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ColorCode is a Mastermind game implementation for KDE and the latest version, 0.8.5, has been modified to use Qt5.

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ColorCode, dubbed as “Advanced MasterMind game and solver”, is a clone of the Mastermind board game, comes with features such as preset and custom level difficulties, play/pause options, appearance configuration, hints, game timer, human vs computer or computer vs human game modes.

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Compile and Install ColorCode 0.8.5 in Ubuntu 14.04/15.10/Mint 17.x

Download the source tarball from here (direct link here) and uncompress it.

Install the dependencies:

sudo apt-get build-dep colorcode

Inside the ColorCode-0.8.5 directory, issue the following commands:

qmake
make
sudo cp colorcode /usr/bin

Or just run ColorCode from within the source directory, using ./colorcode.

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