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New MasterMind

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Price: $1.53

Rating: 2.50/5 (2 votes)

Description

Play this mastermind game and enjoy finding the solutions using your logic and problem solving skills.

About Game

The idea of the game is for one player (the code-breaker) to guess the secret code chosen by the computer (the code-maker). The code is a sequence of 2-5 colored shapes (1-3) chosen from 3-18 colors available. The code-breaker makes a serie of pattern guesses - after each guess the code-maker gives feedback in the form of 3 numbers; First number that are of the right color and in the correct position. Second number that are of the correct color but not in the correct position. Third number that are of the correct shapes and in the corrent position.

Difficulty

Easiest; color:"3", shape:"1", place:"2", turnLimit:"6" (Free) Easy; color:"4", shape:"1", place:"3", turnLimit:"8" (Free) Normal; color:"6", shape:"2", place:"4", turnLimit:"10" (Free) Hard; color:"8", shape:"2", place:"5", turnLimit:"10" Hardest; color:"18", shape:"3", place:"5", turnLimit:"12"

History

Mastermind is a board game with an interesting history. Some game books report that it was invented in 1971 by Mordecai Meirowitz, an Israeli postmaster and telecommunications expert. After many rejections by leading toy companies, the rights were obtained by a small British firm, Invicta Plastics Ltd. The firm originally manufactured the game itself, though it has since licensed its manufacture to Hasbro in most of the world. However, Mastermind is just a clever readaptation of an old similar game called 'Bulls and cows' in English, and 'Numerello' in Italian... Actually, the old British game 'Bulls and cows' was somewhat different from the commercial version. It was played on paper, not on a board... Over 50 million copies later, Mastermind is still marketed today!

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