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I like classic games. And many remake classic games are in the App Store. Of course, need money to keep the app service, but I felt it was too much ad.
So I decided to create a game that everyone can enjoy simply on the web or app. This Minesweeper is a game I made with Easter Egg when I participated in the company's solution making project.
After all, I couldn't include this in the solution. To recall the memories, imitated Microsoft Windows 95's minesweeper graphics.
If I have a copyright issue with this, please let me know via here. Left-click an empty square to reveal it. Press space bar while hovering over a square to flag it or reveal its adjacent squares.
Press F2 or click the smiley face to start a new game. Tap an empty square to reveal it. Long-press an empty square to flag it.
Tap a number to reveal its adjacent squares. Paste exported game state:. Allan Poblete 49 2. Jeice 56 4. Logan Freeman 60 Allan Poblete 50 3. We have an app now!
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Don't like the Christmas theme? Minesweeper Rules Objective and basic concepts The objective in Minesweeper is to find and mark all the mines hidden under the grey squares, in the shortest time possible.
Each square will have one of the following: A mine, and if you click on it you'll lose the game.
A number, which tells you how many of its adjacent squares have mines in them. In this case you know that none of the adjacent squares have mines, and they will be automatically opened as well.
Gameplay There are essentially five actions you can take in Minesweeper: Open a square. This is done simply by left clicking on a square.
Marking a square as a mine. This is done by right clicking on a square. A little mine icon will show up there. Marking a square with a question mark.
The game starts with a board of covered tiles. Some of the tiles hide mines beneath them. The player has to uncover the tiles that do not have mines beneath them and flag those that do.
If the player uncovers a tile with a mine, the game is lost. If an uncovered tile does not have a mine beneath it but there are some mines in the adjacent tiles, the tile in question will display a number of mines that are present in its surrounding eight tiles.
Based on these numbers, the player has to deduce where exactly the mines are. The objective of the game is to discover all mines by uncovering all tiles that do not have them.
Difficulty — there are five presets available: beginner 9 x 9 tiles and 10 mines , intermediate 16 x 16 tiles and 40 mines , expert 30 x 16 tiles and 99 mines , superhuman 50 x 50 tiles and mines , and extraterrestrial x tiles and mines.
The player can also choose a custom board size. There is not theoretical limit on the number of tiles or mines of the custom board.
However, larger boards tend to slow down the game and very large boards may cause an unstable behavior of your web browser.