Minesweeper Classic

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About this game

Minesweeper is a single-player puzzle video game. The objective of the game is to clear a rectangular board containing hidden "mines" or bombs without detonating any of them, with help from clues about the number of neighboring mines in each field.

The game is played in two modes: mine mode, where you can click to open tiles, and flag mode where you can flag tiles.

Beginner 9x9 with 10 mines
Intermediate 16x16 with 40 mines
Expert 16x30 with 99 mines

• Multi-touch zoom
• Game pause during a phone call
• Offline high score
• Enable/ disable full screen mode
• Autosave function (you can interrupt the game anytime and continue later)
• Flag tiles with long click
• Switch between mine mode and flag mode with volume button
Updated on
Mar 2, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

24.7K reviews
A Google user
May 12, 2019
Im a classic fan of classic games. This really brings that nostalgic feeling, and is very discreet and simple. No challenge, no leaderboard, no opponents. Nope, just you, like on windows XP. Just the same, no different. It also has autosave, as it's feature. better than all the other options, I tried them. Definitely get this. I have no regrets. It also has a custom mode. It stays simple though. Definitely get it.
21 people found this review helpful
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Lee Pang
October 10, 2020
The game play is fine and a good way to spend some free time. The amount of ads seems high. There is a banner on the main screen, and full screen ads with video and sound that stop anything else you might be listening to. If you've been playing for at least X amount of time and die, you get a full screen ad. I think there's a bug with the touch sensitivity linked to the ad show. Sometimes, I'll long press to mark a mine but it registers as a short press, triggers a mine and a full screen ad.
17 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
September 9, 2019
This is not a port of the original minesweeper. It constantly creates situations in which you can not logically deduce the location of a mine and have to guess. It regularly fences unknown squares with mines. I suppose if you have amazing luck this isn't a problem, but I suggest you play the lottery. Now I'm not saying that the original minesweeper never leaves you hanging, but the frequency is vastly higher on this version. Just to check I actually downloaded the version packaged with windows ME on my computer and played it. It took 25 hours of play to win one game on expert with the app. It only took 2 hours on the windows version. And that was because of my own mistakes, not a purported puzzle game making me guess. Personally, I find it more than a coincidence that the game constantly hangs you with no logical option, forcing you to choose, when it gives you adds when you fail. Seems like the developer was more interested in a little extra cash then in building a good puzzle game.
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What's new

Version 1.6.0
Android 13 support