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GNOME Mastermind

GNOME Mastermind is a codebreaking game that integrates well into the GNOME desktop. It's a solitaire version of the classic board game. The goal is to guess a hidden color code with the least number of tries following obscure hints given by the game.

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  •  27 Apr 2008 01:08

    Release Notes: An annoying bug that affected grid positioning with recent Cairo versions was fixed.

    •  04 Jun 2007 15:27

      Release Notes: A keyboard mode allows the player to use the number keys to place the corresponding peg in the first free cell. The artwork was restyled with four new themes, two of which are accessible to color-blind people. Minor UI improvements were made. The main window is now resizable. Many bugs were fixed. New translations include Arabic, Basque, Indonesian, British English, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese.

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