Classic Game Mastermind Brought to Android
When in doubt, go with the classics. While some Android games push CPUs and GPUs to the limit, sometimes it’s just more fun to sit back and play some classics.
XDA Junior Member roel0 has brought the classic game Mastermind to Android with just as much fun as before. The game is available for devices with Android 2.1 and up, and best of all, it’s free.
The game retains its simplistic nature as players can go against the CPU or another, offline player. How does one play? Players attempt to guess the secret color combination. In the words of the developer:
-White key: There is a color that is in the combination but not at the right place.
-Red key: There is a color that is in the combination and at the right place.
Pretty easy, but pretty addictive as well. With the update to version 1.2, players can now choose more difficult levels and it has been translated to Dutch.
Please visit the original thread for your retro gaming needs.
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