The goal of the game is to find the empty squares and avoid the mines. To win the game, you have to uncover all the squares that do not contain mines.
Each uncovered square contains numbers (1 to 8), showing how many mines are adjacent to the square. To help avoid hitting a mine, the location of a suspected mine can be marked by flagging it. The maximum number of mines depends on the type and size of the board.
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How to play Minesweeper
Remember not to waste too much time on single squares if the fields are small. Instead, allow more time for larger fields which represent more complex situations. As the mines have been hidden at random and every possible arrangement is equally likely, it is hardly possible to repeat the pattern.
History of the game
The game of Minesweeper was created by Robert Donner in 1981 roku. It is a classic single-player computer game, which tests our memory and logical reasoning skills. You can find its version released with Windows 7.
Some interesting facts about the game
The game of Minesweeper was created by Robert Donner in 1981.
There have already been 13 International Minesweeper Tournaments so far. The official Minesweeper Expert world record of 32 seconds belongs to Kamil Murański, the Polish player.
Dreamboard is the simplest board with advanced features, available in classic Windows versions.
The board difficulty is measured in 3BV scores (Bechtel's Board Benchmark Value).