Mr Mind
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Master Mind game.   Demo ($5.00)
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Mr Mind is a virtual version of the classic game Master Mind. You play according to the standard rules defined for the original board game. The opponent (the computer) selects four blobs with random colors and keeps them hidden from the player (you). It is allowed for several blobs to have the same color. The player then selects a choice of four blobs and places them in corresponding positions in the board's bottom row. After pressing "OK" the computer responds by displaying up to four indicators which can be black or white. Black indicator means that a blob was placed at a correct position. White
What's New
Version 1.7 fixes bugs. Improved high score function. Edited music track. carbonized version that runs under both Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.0 or later

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Anonymous reviewed on 09 Mar 2005
I love this game and my daughter loves this game, but it has very poor stability on my PowerBook. The demo crashes randomly, between 2-5 games.
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Downloads:2,652
Version Downloads:1,585
Type:Games : Strategy and War
License:Demo
Date:13 Nov 2002
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price: $5.00
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Mr Mind is a virtual version of the classic game Master Mind. You play according to the standard rules defined for the original board game. The opponent (the computer) selects four blobs with random colors and keeps them hidden from the player (you). It is allowed for several blobs to have the same color. The player then selects a choice of four blobs and places them in corresponding positions in the board's bottom row. After pressing "OK" the computer responds by displaying up to four indicators which can be black or white. Black indicator means that a blob was placed at a correct position. White indicator shows that a blob was placed in an incorrect position but that the color is present in the computers hidden combination. Play until the computers combination is solved.


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