## Pico Fermi Bagels

This is Pico Fermi Bagels. To play, enter a three-digit number in the first box, with no repeating digits. Then, you will be alerted with things that say either Pico, Fermi, or Bagels. Pico means a digit is correct, but in the wrong place. Fermi means a digit is correct, and in the right place, and Bagels means no digits are correct.

## Features

Pico Fermi Bagels includes an instructions button, which gives you a simplified version of the instructions, and two text boxes, one of which you type into and the other of which you can take notes in. Pico Fermi Bagels uses alert boxes to give you your answers, so it won't work if dialogue boxes are blocked.

## Background

Pico Fermi Bagels is a game about trying to guess the computer's number. The computer will always have a number in mind, and what the user tries to do is guess it. The way the user goes about doing this is by typing a three-digit number without any repeating digits into the left box. The computer will then alert you with either "Pico," "Fermi," or "Bagels." (it can also say "Pico Pico," or "Fermi Fermi" or even "Pico Pico Pico.") Each of these responses means something different. Each Pico or Fermi refers to a single digit that you typed in. A "Pico" means that the digit is correct, but it is in the wrong location. A "Fermi" means that a digit is correct and in the right place. "Bagels" refers to everything, and it means that no digits you have typed are correct.

There can also be groups of multiple picos and multiple fermis, sometimes even a mix of the two. For example "Pico Pico Fermi," means that two digits are correct, but in the wrong place, and one digit is correct and in the right place.

There can also be groups of multiple picos and multiple fermis, sometimes even a mix of the two. For example "Pico Pico Fermi," means that two digits are correct, but in the wrong place, and one digit is correct and in the right place.

There have been no changes since the previous version since Version 1.0.0 is the only one published to ComputerCow.