Daily Suguru requires the player's logical thinking ability. Fill in the appropriate numbers so that they do not overlap horizontally and vertically. Each problem begins with a collection of readily accessible numbers, all of which are written in black. Your entered numbers will show up in white.
Choose the proper puzzle size before beginning Daily Suguru: 6x6, 8x8, or 10x10. The degree of difficulty will vary depending on the kind of size. The degree of difficulty increases with size. The game's help button may be used to learn how suguru puzzles function and to hasten the process of decoding the numbers.
In the grid game Daily Suguru, you fill various numbers into different-colored containers. A container is any of the colored spaces within the grid. Sequences of integers counting backwards from one are present in every container. There are no repeated numbers and each container counts the amount of cells it contains. As you fill in the boxes, the numbers do not need to be put in sequential order, but each number in a series must be in that box. Vertically, horizontally, or diagonally touching the containers with the same number is prohibited. Any row or column may include several instances of the same integer. Simply enter the digits by clicking on the digits on the screen or pressing the number keys on the keyboard. Are you ready? Play now!