How to Play Codebreaker
Correctly guess the randomnly generated code created by the computer. This code is represented by a number of coloured pegs, the number of which is dependent of the level of play selected.
Use the coloured buttons at the bottom of the screen to fill in a row of coloured pegs and press 'Go' to confirm your selection.
The computer will analyse your pegs and respond with clues :-
'Color' reveals how many correct colours you have selected.
'Place' reveals how many colours you have in the correct place.
You can choose to play allowing either unique colours or duplicate colours within the code. The game is set by default to allow only unique colours.
Instead of initially using unique and individual pegs, it can be advantageous to find all the colours first by creating lines of one type of peg, and then assembling them to work out their correct places. This works because the process of finding the correct colours gives you clues to their placement whilst doing so. The drawback is that you will gain a high win average, probably around 7 to 8.
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