Minesweeper - Soukaitei (Japan)

Minesweeper - Soukaitei (Japan)

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Play retro game Minesweeper - Soukaitei (Japan) on your browser free Minesweeper is a type of logic puzzle video game usually played on personal computers. The game features a grid of clickable squares, with hidden "mines" scattered across the board. The goal is to clear the board without detonating any mines, with help from clues about the number of neighboring mines in each field.

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Minesweeper - Soukaitei (Japan)

Minesweeper is a puzzle video game. During the game, mines will be scattered on the chessboard, divided into cells.
Tiles have three states: unopened, opened, and flagged. An unopened cell will be empty and clickable, while an opened cell will be visible. Unopened tiles marked with flags by the player serve as a potential mine location indicator; some implementations make flagged tiles unopenable to lower the likelihood of finding a suspicious mine.
A player selects a tile to open it. If a player opens a mined tile, the game ends with a loss. Otherwise, the opened tile will display a number, representing the number of mines diagonally and/or adjacent to it, or an empty tile (or "0"), and all adjacent non-mining tiles will automatically open. Players can also flag a tile, shown by a flag placed on the location, to indicate that they believe there are landmines in the place. Flagged tiles are still considered unopened and may not be flagged. In some versions of the game, when the number of adjacent mines is equal to the number of adjacent flagged tiles, all adjacent unflagged, unopened tiles are opened, a process known as "chording."

Controls Guide

Use arrow key and try some key ( Shift, Enter, Z, X, A, S , Q, E, R, T, G, F, H ) to controls the game.

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