- THE CODE: It is the code that is to be cracked. It is hidden behind the question marks on the top.
- GUESS CODE: It is the code that is sent as input. Hit the confirm(tick) button to submit it. Every time you hit the confirm (tick) button, you use 1 chance. By default all the KRACKS appear to be grey initially.
- KRACK: It is one of the circles that constitutes the GUESS CODE or THE CODE.
- KRACK POOL: This is the group of KRACKS from which the code has been generated.
- KRACK KEY: Once you submit the GUESS CODE, the KRACK KEY provides you the evalauation of your guess. There will be as many KRACK KEY pegs as the length of THE CODE.
- BULLS: These are the red KRACK KEY pegs. Each one of them represents that one of the KRACK in the GUESS CODE was correct and at the right position compared to THE CODE.
- COWS: These are blue KRACK KEY pegs. Each one of them represents that one of the KRACK in the GUESS CODE is part of THE CODE but not at the correct position.
- Grey pegs: They represent that one of the KRACK in the GUESS CODE isn’t part of THE CODE.
- THE CODE is as long as the no. of question marks seen on the screen. The KRACKS used in forming THE CODE are always part of the KRACK POOL.
- Remember, one particular KRACK can be at multiple places in THE CODE.
- Tap on any one of the KRACK (grey in color) in the GUESS CODE to make the KRACK POOL visible.
- Select KRACKS from the KRACK POOL to form your GUESS CODE.
Note: There are two ways to input your code, continuous input and single input.
In continuous input, the KRACK POOL hides only after the last KRACK has been filled, whereas in single input, the KRACK POOL hides after every time a KRACK has been filled.
- After you are done entering the GUESS CODE, hit the button with a tick mark to send your GUESS CODE for evaluation.
- The KRACK KEY is generated in a random order. So do not assume that the first peg in the KRACK KEY is for the first KRACK in the GUESS CODE and so on…
- You have already been made familiar with the BULL, COW and the grey peg.
- The KRACK KEY pegs only give information on what KRACKS are part of the GUESS CODE.
- For e.g., let us assume THE CODE is A-B-B-C.
Scenario 1 : Now you enter the GUESS CODE as A-B-A-A.
The KRACK KEY will show 2 BULL pegs (A & B are in their position as in THE CODE ie. KRACKS 1st and 2nd are same in both THE CODE and GUESS CODE) and 2 grey Pegs.
Scenario 2 : Now you enter the GUESS CODE as A-C-B-A.
The KRACK KEY will show 1 BULL peg (A is in its position as in THE CODE ie. KRACK 1st is same in both THE CODE and GUESS CODE), 1 COW peg (B is in THE CODE but the position is not same as in GUESS CODE ) and 2 grey Pegs.
Scenario 3 : Now you enter the GUESS CODE as A-C-B-B.
The KRACK KEY will show 2 BULL pegs (A & B are in their position as in THE CODE ie. KRACKS 1st and 3rd are same in both THE CODE and GUESS CODE) , 1 COW peg (B is in THE CODE but the position is not same as in GUESS CODE ) and 2 grey Pegs.
Currently, all the boosters have to be availed by watching a rewarded video. There are three boosters available while playing:
- Chance Booster: This booster can be used to avail 2 more chances to crack THE CODE. It can only be used 3 times in a game, i.e., you can get a total of 6 more extra chances.
- Bull Booster: This is the most important booster as it helps in revealing the KRACK behind any one of the question marks. It can be used only once in a game. After you have completed watching the video, the question marks begin to jump. That’s when you have to click on the “?” that you desire to be revealed.
- Time Booster: This booster can be used to gain 30 more seconds to crack THE CODE. It can only be used 3 times in a particular game, i.e., you can get a total of 90 more extra seconds.
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Last Updated 30-05-21
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