NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2
HOW TO PLAY: Code breaking is a 2 player game that can be played by anyone aged 8 and over, increasing their thinking and problem solving skills. The aim of the game is to crack the password set by the opponent. One of the players creates a password by placing 5 of the big pawns on his field without showing them to the opponent. The opposing player places 5 large pawns randomly on the playing field to break this password. If the color of any of the pawns is correct but the place is wrong, one small white pawn is placed on the right side of the playing field, and if the color and location are correct, one small red pawn is placed. However, the player does not know which pawn is correct. It can only detect how many of its pawns are correct. In his next move, he makes changes to the pawns he wants and tries to determine the correct pawns according to the answers given by the person who set the password. When you know the password exactly, it is checked how many moves you know and the turn passes to the other player. Whichever player can crack his opponent’s password in fewer moves wins the game.
GAINS: Memory, attention, concentration, power of interpretation
GAME CONTENT: In the content of the game, there is a playing field, 128 pieces of 8 different colored big pawns, 48 pieces of 2 different colored small pawns. Large pawns are used to set and break the password, and small pawns are used to indicate the correctness and inaccuracy of the opponent’s password breaking moves.