Zen Sweeper (Minesweeper)

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864 reviews
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About this game

Zen Sweeper: Arrange the stones with Feng Shui

The rules of the game resemble Minesweeper in Zen style.
Your task is to open all empty cells and put the stones to the cells with Yin-Yang symbol (You should put a stone before open the cell). However, unlike Minesweeper, the game does not end on the first mistake, but you will get penalty. Wrongly placed stones can't be removed, you also will get penalty for them.
The number of dots indicates how many Yin-Yang places on neighboring cells.
Lotus safely can be placed on any closed cell and opens all cells around, automatically placing stones.
Also Lotus can be used to fix mistakes. Unused Lotuses added to final score.

- Minesweeper based game in Zen Stone Garden
- Hexagonal cells
- Huge game field up to 120x100 cells
- Perimeter is already opened, so you will not get stuck in the corners
- Meditative gameplay
- Mistake is not the end, the win is not the goal
- Relaxing sounds and animations
- Zoom and smooth scrolling
Updated on
Jan 9, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

684 reviews
December 23, 2023
It's hexagonal minesweeper with a much more chill vibe and doesn't end on a mistake. Ads are unobtrusive and rare, unlike most games. Being a hex rather than square grid means you have to guess more on denser fields, but since the game doesn't end on a mistake you can just guess and keep going even if you guess wrong. It's a simple puzzle game that doesn't try to be anything else and fixes all my annoyances with normal minesweeper.
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Marcello Pasquale
April 24, 2021
Controls could be improved, and at the highest difficulty you always end up in situations without a clear solution, relying purely on luck. Since there is no counter of how many stones are left to be placed, it makes it even harder (not possible to calculate probabilities when a few cells are left, possibly isolated). The hex map might look like a good idea, but it just reduces the possible patterns. There is no intellectual challenge, it's just "click on the obvious spot or toss a coin".
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A Google user
December 19, 2018
I really like this game. I enjoy the relaxed play of this version of minesweeper. I'd give it 5 stars if there was a way to play more like the original as well to add more challenge and a way to go back and play previous games to improve scores.
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What's new

- Adapted for recent OS and GDPR