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Try to guess the computer player's secret code in 12 turns! The code consists of four parts, each of which can be one of six colors. You have to guess the code in the correct order, and the colors can repeat.


Each row represents an attempt at cracking the code. Place marbles by cliicking on the desired hole. Repeatedly clicking the mouse will cycle through the six colors. Select "Guess" to attempt to crack the code. If you fill all twelve rows before you find the correct code, you lose!


There are slots for four key pegs at the end of each row. A black key peg means that one of your guesses is correct both in color and placement. A white key peg means that one of your guesses is correct in color but not in placement. The position of the key pegs do not necessarily match the code pegs to which they refer.

Master Codebreaker




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