About This File MasterMind is an ageless game of logic and deduction where your code-craking skills are put to the test. Try to guess (or break) your opponents colour code before you run out guessing rows. There are 6 colours, Red, Blue, Purple, Yellow, Green and Purple. An opponent creates a 4 colour code from these (using any or all of the colours) and starting on Row 1 you use the clues given by the opponent in trying to conclude what his code was. Sounds easy? It can be if you know how to read the clues and turn them into answers. The only clues that are given are shown through the use of black and white pegs. A black peg means you guessed the colour correctly and in the right spot! And a white peg means that you guessed the colour correctly in that row, but not in the right spot. What makes it even more difficult is that the opponent won't tell you what peg represents what colour in the row, you have to work that out yourself 🙂 MasterMind for mIRC was first developed in early 2003 but was put off until over a year later. Now it's complete with the release of the Single Player portion of the game. The rules are exactly the same as in the regular boardgame except now you can choose how many rows you wish to play, from hard to a custom amount of lines; and the computer randomly picks a selection of colours for you to guess everytime.