Get It Right‪!‬ 12+

Can you solve it‪?‬


Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 14.1K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Can you solve it?

How to play:
- Guess the right code
- Green - Correct
- Yellow - Wrong place
- Red - Incorrect

What’s New

Version 1.3.0

- Bug fixes
- Game Improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
14.1K Ratings

14.1K Ratings

NonbinaryDunk ,

Good Game, One Error

The concept of this game is very good. Even for people saying that you can cheat, it doesn’t work that way in the higher levels. However, the game’s one flaw is due to it forcing you to lock in balls you guess correctly, thus decreasing the number of chances you have to find which colors still remain. Like someone else said, if you guess three colors right the first time, then you cannot guarantee success despite optimal play, since you might only have one option to try every single color in the game

Blue Raspberry Jolly Rancher ,

Make something change.

Yeah, I saw this game on an Insta ad, and from the moment the ad started, I had already figured out that if you just place a color in the row over and over, you would eventually get the answer. This works due to design the amount of guesses possible being equivalent or less than to the amount of balls. This, in all honesty, just seems like a money grab game. It’s got a level system that some people crave. This said level system draws people in and keeps them playing to get to higher levels, but without a difficulty increase due to the cheat, there’s not much of a pay off other than the number of levels you wasted time on. Also, there are a BUNCH of ads, which one can assume is just to make money. These ads play very often, and with the level system that people crave, they keep watching the ads, thus making the creators money. In all honesty, I don’t know how this cheat slipped producers minds, but it can be fixed. This has potential to be a great game, but at the games current state, it is not.

mporz ,

Poorly designed- did these people do math in college?

Because you are locked into keeping the correctly placed balls, you lose a spot that could be used to more quickly test all of the possible colors to see if they are part of the combo. For example, say there are 8 possible colors and four slots. If you happen to get three balls right by chance the first time, you have only one slot to test things in- so even playing with optimal strategy, you might need up to seven more turns to get it right (because you need to test all the colors you didn’t test the first time, plus the three colors in the three correct spots). If you were not locked in like this, you would need at most three turns to get the correct combination (two to test colors, one to input the result). Therefore you are punished for having a lucky guess, which in my opinion is poor game design. I am surprised that people who presumably have computer science degrees produced a game that reflects such a lack of mathematical consideration.

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