Great with one suggestion Love that it's simple. No special permissions. True to the classic with one exception that I would love to see, and bummed that it doesnt. In the classic if you get to the top and haven't found the correct combo you still saw the correct line of colors. Of course if you guessed sooner than the end, you are shown the match, which this does. Just feel kinda left in the dark when haven't guessed and ends with no resolution to the game just played. Hope it's an over site and is avalable. If so, how to adjust to get thatoption. If not available please consider adding that feature. Thats why 4 stars instead of 5. Thanks
Lightweight with options! I love Mastermind & this app is a faithful rendition of the regular game with lots of useful options. I have used it on a Galaxy SIII for a couple weeks now with no problems. Seems to be pretty lightweight & doesn't freeze my phone or interfere with other phone functions. I will likely buy the pro version in the next few weeks if no problems come up. Good work.
Just lacking two features This is a great app but I would like to see it keep your scores, win percentages, times, etc. I would also really like to be able to tap to place the colors rather than having to drag. Still five star worthy.
Best version I've tried several versions of this game and this is the best one. Numerous options that are easy to configure, multiplayer mode, dragging provides fast and easy play, and the layout fits everything nicely in the screen without anything being too small. There is room for improvement though, so I will email the dev and see if they will further improve this already great game.
Good game memory issues My only wish is that it had a 2 color option. However, this is the only one out there that seems to give you many setting choices which makes it great for people with TBI and short term memory issues.
Love it I particularly like the "teach" mode - I find it very interesting and sometimes surprising. I'm now playing with 5 slots and 8 colors and usually winning in 7 turns. I'd like to suggest some stats, like average time/turns and some way to see the "optimal" guess (the one that's guaranteed to eliminate the most number of possibilities).