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Numbers

Do you like puzzles? Then this small game might be of your liking. It is a MasterMind-style game, where instead of colours you must guess digits. The computer sets a four-digit number for you to guess using eight to nine attempts. The basic rule is that zero cannot stand in the first place, and digits cannot repeat themselves. The medium and hard levels abolish these rules, making players life a bit more difficult. You might wish to have a look at a screenshot from the main game window.

Gaming hint: At the easy level with nine attempts try first entering rows of equal figures (e.g.: first 1111, then 2222, etc.) to see if the figure is at all present in the number. When you have three attempts left, begin constructing the number. There are no cheats in this game.

This game is one of my productions, and is available for download from my site.
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