Have Some Fun with Guess 2D for Android
Are you a fan of mind games? Maybe you are looking for an excuse to stare at your Android device for a while, looking for an answer. If this describes you in some way, then XDA member pl.ayground has exactly what you need. Guess 2D will put your reasoning skills to the test as you will have to guess the shape and color combination that is randomly selected by the device. The issue is that you only have a limited number of trials and there are roughly 65,000 possible combinations. In case you are too young to have ever even heard of Mastermind, basically you had to guess a combination of 4 colors, so Guess 2D one adds an extra layer of possibilities to the whole game.
Certainly, you will need to think before you can guess the correct one. If you have any feedback or suggestions, please leave comments for the dev.
I would highly appreciate your beta tests and feedback of my recently released game – look for “Guess 2D” in the android market. Guess 2D is similar to good old mastermind, but I have added second dimension [shape] on top.
With 4 pieces you get 2^16 (65k) combinations.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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