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Mines is a Minesweeper clone. In Mines the player must reveal the location of mines by marking them. This is done by revealing empty fields, these contain numbers indicating how many mines are directly adjacent. If a mine is clicked on, all mines are revealed and the game ends. If all mines are marked, the player wins the game.

Unlike Minesweeper, Mines has more pre-set difficulty settings (ranging from 9x9 to 30x16 cells), does notify the player if there are too many flags in range (e.g. 3 flags for 2 mines) and the mines are so placed that the game is solvable with thinking, not guessing.


Mines Browser I hit a mine!
Mines Browser In the middle of a level
Mines Windows Beginner Mode completed
Mines Windows Adjusting a user-defined playfield.

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