Mastermind - the educational code breaking puzzle is based on the classic two-player code breaking puzzle board game popularized in the 70s.
One player mode
Two player mode
Points and ranking system
Configurable code labels
A code is automatically generated in one player mode and you have to use a logical approach to break the code with the least number of guesses to become the Mastermind. For each guess you submit a response will tell you how many colors are both correct in color and position, or in color but not position.
You can adjust the difficulty of the game in Settings by changing the number of rows, columns and colors to find a suitable level for novices and experts alike.
You can challenge a friend or family member in the Mastermind two player game mode where one of you play as the code maker and the other as the code breaker.
You can earn points and gain rank as you progress and win games in single player mode.
You can configure code labels of numbers and letters, shown with the colors to assist users suffering from colorblindness and also to teach the younger audience about numbers and letters while playing this educational puzzle game.
You can see statistics for each game you finish so you can compete against yourself, or compare with friends, and improve your Mastermind code breaking skills over time.
A Mastermind game will on average take two to five minutes to complete depending of the difficulty setting.