Imagine finishing a Sudoku puzzle and getting a picture of a cat, fireworks, or even a movie star, instead of a box of numbers. That's what happens when you finish an O'Ekaki puzzle Once you start filling in those squares, you won't be able to stop. It's the puzzle game millions of fans aroudn the world can't get enough of.
About the Author
Tetsuya Nishio, world champion of number-logic puzzles, reigns as the single most important figure in Sudoku in Japan. Nishio is also the inventor of O'Ekaki, or "Paint by Numbers" puzzles.
Kenji Onishi is the polymath responsible for this collection of unique O'Ekaki mind-benders. Between writing puzzles, creating animation for TV commericals and producing music, Onishi is a busy man. He lives in Tokyo with his wife Rikako.