Code Breaker

This is a code breaking game like Mastermind. See the rules below to learn how to play or check out the scoreboard for the current top scores.

If you're ready, head to your first guess. Good luck! πŸ‘

Guess 8:

Guess 7:

Guess 6:

Guess 5:

Guess 4:

Guess 3:

Guess 2:

Guess 1:

Game Parameters

Modify the parameters of the game to increase/decrease difficulty and your enjoyment!


Best Scores

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4 slots with 6 possibilities and 8 guesses

# Name Score Date
1 ssh420 47 Sat, 11 Dec 2021
2 ssh420 85 Sat, 11 Dec 2021
3 Sam 126 Thu, 15 Apr 2021
4 Schultz 166 Tue, 18 May 2021
5 ssh420 190 Sat, 11 Dec 2021
6 Swarley 216 Wed, 05 May 2021
7 Joe Cool 225 Tue, 20 Apr 2021
8 Waffles 248 Wed, 05 May 2021
9 Sammy D 254 Tue, 11 Oct 2022
10 Wow 272 Mon, 01 Apr 2024


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You have 8 guesses to guess the randomly generated code made up of 4 icons from the set of possible icons: [🍎, 🍊, πŸ‹, ☘️, 🐳, πŸ‡]. For example:  "☘️ πŸŠ πŸ‹ πŸ‹"

On each guess made, you will be presented with 4 slots that may or may not contain a black or white peg indicating the accuracy of your guess.

  • A black peg "⚫️" indicates that one of the icons in your guess is in the correct position in the code.
  • A white peg "βšͺ" indicates that one of the icons in your guess is in the code but not in the correct position.

For example, if you guessed "☘️ πŸŠ πŸ‹ πŸ‹" you might see feedback such as:

This would indicate that one of your icons was in the correct position and another occurs in the code, but was in the wrong position.

Note: These pegs do not appear in the same order as the icons in your guess!

Winning or Losing

  • If you are able to guess the code in 8 guesses or less, you are a winner!
  • If you cannot guess the code in 8 guesses or less, try again and better luck next time! πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘


Like golf, a low score is better. Scoring begins as soon as you make a selection on any dropdown in your first guess.

  • For every second, your score increases by 1.
  • Every time you make a guess, your score increases by 30.
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