Couldn’t figure out how to embed this but it’s pretty giggle-inducing: http://www.ducksters.com/games/pokethepenguin.php
If you’ve ever played competitive Sudoku, then you’ve probably heard of the famous Penguin Attack Strategy.
Here’s a ten minute short story that explains its origins.
Sudoku with Spiffy
Spiffy looked all around himself at the mess he had made. The floor was absolutely littered with what most people would call junk. A pair of bottlecaps, an old bead curtain, a fluffy mitten, and some kit-kat bars, among other things, lay on an old table. These were the tools of Spiffy’s success.
Allow me to explain this nonsense. Spiffy was a Sudoku player by trade. Spiffy was also a penguin. He twisted his flightless wings around for a stretch as he thought of his past life. Determined that he would become a penguin on a comeback to glory, he set his beaky face in a grim grimace.
He had been honored with the title of Sodoku Deathmatch World Champion years ago. But after his defeat at the flippers of the insidious Lord Backhump, Prince of Whales, Spiffy fell into quite a funk. Now he practiced day and night to get his groove back