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Bulls & Cows version 3.1.5 released

I’m happy to announce that a new version of Guess a Number – Bulls & Cows is now available on Google Play

This release focus on stability, performance improvements and Android 13 support.

Bulls and Cows is a logical game for guessing numbers also known as 1A2B

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Bulls & Cows is a logical game for kids and adults, also known as Mastermind, 4digits or 1A2B. Your goal is to find the opponent’s secret number with a minimum number of suggestions.

On each guess the game announces the number of “cows” and “bulls” in your suggestion. If the matching digits are on their right positions, they are “bulls”, if they are on different positions, they are “cows”.

You can play Bulls and cows in two game modes: Single player or Against Android.

In Single player mode you try to guess a secret number. To win you must reveal your opponent number.

When playing Against Android you start by choosing your difficulty (easy, medium or hard) and entering your secret number. On the next turn your opponent generates
his secret number and announces the number of matching “bulls” and “cows”. Winner in this competitive game mode is the first person to reveal their opponent secret number.

You can make the game more challenging by choosing ‘hard’ difficulty and using five-digit or six-digit secret numbers. If you are stuck finding the secret number use a hint. To help you compete better Bulls & Cows features a draft (as we call it) where you can mark digits that you think are included or not in your opponent secret number.

If you fill like customizing there are many aspects where you can make it your own personal experience. You can for example change the theme,
or decide to play without zeroes. Check out settings…

Example:

Secret number: 8561
Opponent’s try: 3518
Answer: 1 bull and 2 cows. (The bull is “5”, the cows are “8” and “1”.)

Bulls and Cows is a logical game for guessing numbers also known as 1A2B Bulls and Cows is a logical game for guessing numbers also known as 1A2B Bulls and Cows is a logical game for guessing numbers also known as 1A2B

Bulls & Cows / Guess a number features:
* Single player and multiplayer game modes.
* Different difficulties: ‘Easy’, ‘Medium’, ‘Hard’
* Playing with 3, 4, 5 or 6 digits
* Ability to choose whether to play with leading zero in numbers, or disable zeroes at all.
* Hints to help you when you are stuck.
* Draft, where you can mark digits that you think are included or not in your opponent secret number.
* Analyzing your moves in the game history.
* Themes (dark ocean green, light ocean green, dark blue, orange, pink)
* Intuitive interface featuring Material design.
* Multi window mode (Android 7.0 and up)
* Notch (display cut outs) support
* Touch and sound effects.

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Brick Game version 4.0.4 released

I’m happy to announce that a new version of Brick Game is now available on Google Play

This release focus on stability, performance improvements and Android 13 support.

Brick Game - Classic puzzle game with falling bricks where you remove lines and gain points

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Bricks Game’ is an interesting classic puzzle game with falling bricks where different types of shapes continuously fall from above. You should place bricks in order to have full lines with blocks. The goal of Falling Bricks game is to score as many points as possible by clearing horizontal lines of blocks. Lines are cleared when they are fully filled with blocks and have no empty spaces. Each removed line gives you 100 points. When playing the game, you rotate the falling bricks or move them, left and right.

Check upcoming brick in the top right corner of the screen and plan for it. Complete lines to gain points and raise the level. When you pass a level the blocks start to fall faster and the game becomes a real challenge. If the bricks land above the top of the playing field, the game is over.

Brick classic game features:
✅ Different level of difficulty – easy, medium, hard, expert
✅ Customizable controls
✅ Endless mode
✅ Beautiful patterns
✅ 11 different shapes of bricks
✅ Increasing speed and level ↗️
✅ Pause/Continue game
✅ Best score
✅ Easy to play and pleasurable game for all ages
✅ Easy to learn and fun to master game play
✅ Play game without internet and no time limit
✅ Play free game anytime and anywhere

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Hyper-V: How to change screen resolution in CentOS / Red Hat Enterprice Linux virtual machine


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I’m thinking of doing a switch to GNU/Linux as my desktop OS yet again! (My last GNU/Linux desktop experience lasted for 5 years, then back to Windows.) This time giving CentOS 7 a try.

Why CentOS? I particularly like that, it’s one of the few GNU/Linux distributions out there providing LTS, which means I will have a stable development machine for at least 2 – 3 more years.

Making a decision to migrate or stay with Windows among other things is testing various aspects of the distribution such as how things works out of the box, installing various development tools / applications required for my area of work, etc..

For testing, CentOS 7 was installed on Hyper-V virtual machine. What I didn’t liked after the installation was the screen resolution that the machine was set to (1152×864) with now way of chaining it either from KDE System Settings or Hyper-V virtual machine properties.

After a bit of digging I learned that there is a frame buffer driver for Hyper-V and that CentOS unlike other distributions I have worked with, provides a tool called grubby for managing grub.cfg. It’s way easy to work with grubby than editing “/etc/default/grub” for example and running update-grub.

To set the desired screen resolution under Hyper-V. Open a terminal, and su. Then execute:

grubby --update-kernel=ALL --args="video=hyperv_fb:1280x1024"

and reboot the system.

NOTE: Replace 1280×1024 with the desired screen resolution.

See grubby man page if you need further info on what the a bought line does.