The Case of the Code Breaker
Sherlock Holmes has long been regarded as the world’s most brilliant detective. Now, your high-schooler has a chance to improve his deductive skills as he plays The Case of the Code Breaker. Beautifully crafted out of wood, Code Breaker is based on a classic game that originated over a century ago.
In Code Breaker, one player covertly puts four colored pegs in the spaces behind the wooden screen at one end of the game board. The other player, the code breaker, then makes a series of guesses as to the color of the pegs and the order they appear in, building upon information from each incorrect assumption. Will he crack the code before his number of guesses runs out?
Code Breaker is a deduction game where your student is asked to use logic to deduce what pegs his opponent has concealed.
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
A nicer quality Mastermind. Always a classic, fun to play, a challenge in logical and orderly thinking.
Family of 4 and eveyone likes it.we are 40, 39, 16, and 10 yrs and we all have enjoyed this game.
This is like the game mastermind when I was a kid. This is a much nicer quality. It’s a fun game to play with my 12 year old son.