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About this game

Mastermine is a 3D, Minesweeper inspired puzzle game - solve complex boards over a 3D cube.

New features & twists keep the game interesting:
- Power-ups rearrange parts of the board in 3D, shifting the game
- Skins customise the look and feel of the cube
- Challenges keep you coming back for more, and reward you with power-ups
- A global solve-time leaderboard allows you to compete (cross-platform) with your friends for the world's fastest times
- Ever-increasing cube sizes keep up the pace
- Different original game-modes like Time Crisis, Campaign or Sandbox change it up even more

On top of this, the game is 100% Ad-Free, and doesn't sell your data to anybody. The only purchase in the game is a Premium unlock to allow you to save your Campaign progress + a few other goodies.
Updated on
Apr 12, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
App info and performance
This app may collect these data types
Personal info and App activity
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
591 reviews
Eric Grassi
June 10, 2022
It's fine. One problem is that it can be easy to set off a mine when you're trying to move the puzzle or when you're trying to swipe up to quit. After spending a VERY long time over multiple sessions to solve a huge cube only to blow up because you're trying to get back to your home screen is hugely frustrating.
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Ari Johnson
November 22, 2020
I really enjoy the app, i think it's a neat concept. My only two gripes are: 1. I couldn't skip the tutorial, even though, like many people, I am familiar with how Minesweeper is played. 2. The penalty for losing in campaign mode feels extremely harsh. Making people go back and redo a level they just completed if they make a single mistake feels like a very excessive punishment. My suggestion would be either do away with that entirely, or have some sort of system where you get, say, three tries
24 people found this review helpful
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Jeremy Walton
February 1, 2021
I love the concept. However, it does not follow the 3D aspect properly. Two games in a row, I lost because I was considering diagonal blocks on different faces to be adjacent to one another. For example there was a 1 block with two mines touching it, but the second mine was on a different face than the 1 block. If this problem were fixed, I could spend hours playing this game.
9 people found this review helpful
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What's new

- Adjusted visibility in the pause menu
- Fixed false flags glowing after game end