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.
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
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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.
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