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Main objective: A game of mastermind where two people compete by both trying to break each other's hidden code, before their opponent, over a network. Current capabilities: It allows for a user to play against a computer opponent with sensible AI. The current version only supports user ... [More]
1. IntroducciónMasterMind es un juego de meza para dos jugadores donde uno genera un código y otro intenta descifrarlo, inventado en 1970 por Mordecai Meirowitz. El juego consta básicamente de: Un tablero para ir fijando jugadas y calificaciones como se muestra en la figura 1. Un conjunto ... [More]
C-NCThis is a Mastermind (Enigma, Guess, etc.) style GTK+ game. It implements two modes of play: player guesses computer's code and computer guesses player's code. The two modes alternate between rounds. A code is a four digit number in which no two digits are the same. In addition, the ... [More]
Rules: (1 Player) Computer will generate a random. Player will guess the secret code X (depending on the difficulty) number of times until the player either guess correctly or until the number of guesses runs out. The secret code will be made up of 4 different characters with Y (depending on ... [More]
Guess the colors of the hidden pegs in this classic game. Click on the pegs at the bottom of the board to make your selection and then press 'guess'. For each peg that is the correct color but not in the correct place, a small white peg will appear. For each peg that is the correct color ... [More]
Requires pygame and uses various lists and dictionaries to manage the game progress. Makes considerable use of the pygame.draw function for ellipses. Uses random colors from 0 to 255. The result of each guess is displayed until the next guess requiring more effort from your memory to solve. Good luck!
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