e-FunSoft Mastermind is a mind/logic game. The object is to break the hidden code. With nice graphics and smooth animation. Six graphic styles: Spheres, Gems, etc. Levels: Beginner to Extreme, and Custom. High scores and statistics.
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Puzzle Balls 1.0 Puzzle Balls is a word logic and puzzle game combo! Position all the shuffled balls correctly to find all the hidden words. 2 game modes: General Words and Topics. You can create your own topics and levels. There are 5 levels: Easiest to Hardest.
Description: e-FunSoft Mastermind is a mind/logic game and a test of intelligence. The object of this game is to break the hidden code - which is generated by the computer randomly. Through process of elimination and logic, you must find the hidden item sequence in a given attempts or lose. This game has nice graphics and smooth animation. There are 6 different graphic styles available: Spheres, Gems, Blocks, Numbers, Alphabets and Nature theme. The game background is configurable. You can play with 4 standard levels: Beginner, Normal, Master and Extreme, but you can create custom levels of your desire, set board size and maximum colors used. High scores board and statistics for each level are available. This game supports Midi Player with Play List.
Master Mind 1.2 The classic Master Mind game, here comes in a windows version. When you’re playing against your computer, Svenna’s Master Mind saves an unlimited number of player profiles, with
Pocket MasterMind 1.1 The goal of the game is to deduce a hidden magic code consisting of five mysterious symbols out of eight. The goal of the game is to deduce a hidden magic code consisting of five
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