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Máté Kovács
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There is the famous sequence puzzle in the game, which seems hard for first. I began to practice for that game. Can someone give mi a link, where I can play the exact game, which we see in the app?

There is the five symbol for three spots, and there is the five symbol for five spots.

Usually, Mastermind has 4 spots with six colors.
 
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Bastion wrote:
There is the famous sequence puzzle in the game, which seems hard for first. I began to practice for that game. Can someone give mi a link, where I can play the exact game, which we see in the app?

There is the five symbol for three spots, and there is the five symbol for five spots.

Usually, Mastermind has 4 spots with six colors.


I'm unfamiliar with Mastermind. Is this a reference to the "code puzzle"?

If so, I found the example in the Learn to Play an invaluable tool for approaching these puzzles.
 
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Máté Kovács
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Yes that is the code puzzle.

I know, how to play it. I want to practice it a little bit. It is a nice game anyway.
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Bastion wrote:
There is the famous sequence puzzle in the game, which seems hard for first. I began to practice for that game. Can someone give mi a link, where I can play the exact game, which we see in the app?

There is the five symbol for three spots, and there is the five symbol for five spots.

Usually, Mastermind has 4 spots with six colors.


We had this puzzle in our game yesterday, I forget what section it was for? I think to close a gate? It was in Cycle of Eternity, things had went terrible wrong. hah Somehow we managed to still pull out a win though.

As for the actual game "Mastermind" I have no idea if it is available online anywhere. I had it as a kid and my sisters and I used to play it.
 
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http://www.web-games-online.com/mastermind/

NB - White = Right colour, wrong place
- Red = Right colour, right place
 
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malibu_babe_28 wrote:
http://www.web-games-online.com/mastermind/

NB - White = Right colour, wrong place
- Red = Right colour, right place


I am looking for one, where there is 3 or 5 spots with 5 colors.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imatox.col...

This has 5 spots with 5 colors, this is cool
 
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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=gplab.mastermi...

This is the best. There are all kind of modes. You have to get use to the interface, it is pretty terrible.
 
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The game is actually Bulls and Cows (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bulls_and_Cows) an earlier game that Mastermind was based on.
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Best Mastermind advice - use first handful of guesses by filling ALL spots with one color to eliminate each from the code all together.
 
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Those wishing to minimize time spent on the code-breaking puzzles might want to peruse these articles:


http://puzzling.stackexchange.com/questions/546/clever-ways-...

and

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1305.1010.pdf
 
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