# Number Games Suite

With this little application you can play different logic games, three involving numbers, one with words, and the Naval Combat. Gameplay is asynchronous, like in Angry Words, so you can play as many games as you want and send your moves whenever you want.

All games are turn based, and players have the chance to even the game when they didn't start first.

I hope you enjoy these games, and I'd appreciate your feedback. By the way, they're totally free!

Rules of 4 digits
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Each player tries a number on each turn, and receives a hint on how she's doing.
The number must consist on 4 digits, where none of them can be repeated.
The hint, displayed as four little icons to the right of the tried number, consists in:
- A green tick for each one of the digits that are present in the secret number in the same position as we played them (correct digits)
- A double orange arrow for each one of the digits that are present in the secret number, but in other position (misplaced digits)
- A red cross for each one of the digits that are not present at all

The total count of digits present in the secret number comes from the sum of both columns.

Rules of 4 Letters
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They're the same as 4 Digits, but in this game you play with valid words made up of 4 not repeated letters (like 'take' and 'game'). You can choose to play it in English or in Spanish.

Rules of Naval Combat
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On each turn, each player chooses some targets and then fires them.
The game will show where those shots went. They may miss all ships and hit the ocean, they may hit some part of a ship, or they may sink a ship completely.
Two ships cannot be adjacent, so as soon as a ship is sunk, the surrounding area is marked as missed hits.
Each player has one ship four cells long, two three cells long, three two cells long, and four single-cell ships.

Rules of Greater or Lesser
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Each player tries a number on each turn, and receives a hint on how she's doing.
The number must consist on 4 digits, where none of them can be repeated.
The hint, displayed as two columns to the right of the tried number, consists in:
- An indication if the secret number is greater than, or lesser than, the number we tried
- The number of digits that are present in the secret number, regardless of their position (matches)

Rules of Combination
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On each turn, each player tries a number with four digits. The number can use repeated digits, but keep in mind that the secret number really can't.
The game will compare your try with the secret number, column by column, and will tell you how many columns contain the same digit, how many should be lower and how many should be higher.
You will find, at the right of each play, that information, but the game won't tell which are the columns to change. You will find four little icons of three different kinds:
- A green tick tells you that some column shares the same digit as the secret number.
- A yellow arrow pointing down means that some column should be decreased.
- A blue arrow pointing up means that some column should have its digit increased.

Keywords: four, digits, greater, lesser, games, numbers, think, deduce, deduction, logic, mastermind, master, mind, pay, battle, ships, sink, think

Tags: batalla naval deduce, juego batalla naval con var tiros por turno, juegos deduccion.

Recently changed in this version

- Option to prepare next number to try
- Player classification in the general list
- Immediate notification through websockets if available
- Bug fixes

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