Minesweeper

The rules of the Minesweeper are very simple: The board is divided into squares, on which mines are randomly distributed. To win the game, you need to find and flag all the cells with mines using the right mouse button. The number on the cell shows the number of mines adjacent to it. Using this information, you can determine which cells are safe and which contain mines.

How to play Minesweeper?

  1. Click on any cell

    To start the game, click on any cell. Your first square is completely random, as there is no info to go on, though I suggest picking one near the middle. The edges give you less info to work with. Click on any cell
  2. Mark mines

    Mines are always adjacent to squares with numbers, and the number of mines depends on the number in the cell (1,2,3, etc.). The left mouse button is used to click squares that don't contain mines, while the right mouse button is used to flag squares that contain mines. Mark mines
  3. Find all mines

    To win the game, you need to find and mark all the mines in the shortest time. Also remember that you can customize the difficulty level by adding columns, rows or the number of mines on the board. Find all mines

About Minesweeper

Minesweeper is a puzzle video game created by Microsoft in the 1990s. The game was written by Robert Donner and Curt Johnson. Johnson stated that Microsoft Minesweeper's design was borrowed from another game, but it was not Mined-Out, and he does not remember which game it was. The game gained great popularity in the 90s and 00s among Windows PC users, as it was preinstalled in the operating system.
Game rules
The board is divided into cells, with mines randomly distributed. To win, you need to open all the cells. The number on a cell shows the number of mines adjacent to it. Using this information, you can determine cells that are safe, and cells that contain mines. Cells suspected of being mines can be marked with a flag using the right mouse button.

Minesweeper
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