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overview = Drag-and-drop colors from the palette or from the board itself. The object is to determine the hidden combination of four colors. The game may be played in two modes: with replacement, which means that colors may repeat, and without replacement, which means that colors are unique. The user selects a choice of four colors and "commits" them. The program replies with an evaluation -- a black peg for a color that is placed correctly, and a white peg for a color that is in the wrong position. The user may make a total of eight queries. | overview = Drag-and-drop colors from the palette or from the board itself. The object is to determine the hidden combination of four colors. The game may be played in two modes: with replacement, which means that colors may repeat, and without replacement, which means that colors are unique. The user selects a choice of four colors and "commits" them. The program replies with an evaluation -- a black peg for a color that is placed correctly, and a white peg for a color that is in the wrong position. The user may make a total of eight queries. |
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The well-known mastermind game.

Current Version: 0.5

  • Released: Feb 04, 2005
  • Licensed: GPL2

Overview

Drag-and-drop colors from the palette or from the board itself. The object is to determine the hidden combination of four colors. The game may be played in two modes: with replacement, which means that colors may repeat, and without replacement, which means that colors are unique. The user selects a choice of four colors and "commits" them. The program replies with an evaluation -- a black peg for a color that is placed correctly, and a white peg for a color that is in the wrong position. The user may make a total of eight queries.

Features

Two panels, one containing guesses and one containing sources of the six colors. Image:GMastermind.jpg

Maintainer

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