Guess a number, and the game gives you hints about how many digits in your guessed number are correct, and how many are in the right place. Use logic to solve the puzzle. Exercise your brain with this fun, challenging game. Track your progress over time. How many guesses will it take for you to guess the number?
Now with levels of difficulty: easy, medium, or hard. To see how to play, see below, or download the app and jump right in to the easier 2 digit number guessing game.
HOW TO PLAY
Let’s do an example of a 2 digit guessing game. In this type of game, digits cannot repeat, so use two different digits. Let’s say the first guess and resulting hint was:
12 X no match
That means neither 1 or 2 are part of the answer. Good to know! You could use a “no match” digit to test out your ideas for other digits (more on that later). For now, let’s try two different numbers:
The checkmark ✓ means you have one digit in the correct position, but is it the 3 or 4? You have to guess. Let’s guess it’s the 3. (You could test this by trying 3 with a “no match” number, for example, you could try 32). Instead, let’s try two other numbers:
The hashmark # means you guessed one correct digit, but that digit is NOT in the right place. Is it the 5 or 6? Remember we also wanted to guess that the 3 was in the right place? Let’s stick with that: put the 3 first. Which of 5 or 6 should go in second place? We know 5 and 6 are in the wrong places, so for second place put the 5:
35 X no match
Our guess was completely wrong: 3 and 5 are not part of the answer. That’s ok: now we know enough to solve the puzzle. From the last move, we know that one of 5 or 6 was in the answer, but here we learn it is not 5. It must be 6, but not in second place (hashmark #). So 6 is in first place. Similarly, we know that one of 3 or 4 is in the answer, but we just learned its not 3. It must be 4. Try this:
That’s the answer!
Keep track of your improvements over time with the score log (press the info “i” button).