A simple, 2-player number guessing game in Python 3.

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README.md

The Impossible Grid

The Impossible Grid is a Python 3 implementation of a game in which one player chooses a secret number between 1 and 16 and the other player must cover that number on a 4x4 grid, given 3 chances to cover rows of numbers in the grid and a further 3 chances to cover columns. It is designed to appear very simple for the player covering the numbers to secure an easy victory but, in reality, this is impossible as the game cheats upon any attempt to cover the first player's number.

How to Play

  1. Ensure that Python 3 is installed on your system. The Impossible Grid does not support Python 2.7 due to the way the grid is drawn.
  2. Run the file impossiblegrid.py in the command line. The method to accomplish this may vary depending on which operating system is being used.

License

The Impossible Grid is available under the Apache License 2.0.

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