Developer: Simply Game
Current Version: 1.2
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 2.4 MB - Download
Enjoy the most played game in the history of computer.
What's the rule?
You start with an empty field and have to uncover squares one at a time. Underneath each is either a space, a number, or a mine. The numbers tell you how many mines are in the adjacent boxes, the mines kill you dead. To win, you have to clear the field without touching a mine.
How to control
Mouse left click to open a tile, right click to flag a mine. (If you use a one button mouse or the trackpad, use Command(⌘)-click or Control(^)-click instead of right click.) Left click on a number to quickly open all surrounding tiles if the number matches surrounding flags.
- Easy to control (With mouse or trackpad)
- First tap luck
- Classic sound effect
- Local and global leader board
- Game center support
- 3 classic board size + customizable board (up to 60x32, 999 mines)
- Build in minesweeper help tutorial
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* Add social network sharing
* Add Safety Hat (assistant tool)
* Remove unnecessary animation so you can get better result
* Improve the click detection to avoid wrong operation
Most Helpful Reviews
Traditionally Great - Just like the traditional minesweeper you've always known and loved! Everything is exactly the same. 1 finger click to open up spaces, 2 finger click to "mark" as a potential bomb!
Did not work on Mac OS 10.6.8 - When running on my 10.6.8 system, the main window opens with no content (empty). Trying to start a new game from the menu crashes the program.
More Reviews for Current Version
Lies Repeatedly - I have played this game for many years and enjoyed it immensely. When I converted to an iMac, I was not expecting what happened. When I plaiy the game, at least 50% of the time, probably more, l lose even though I took the correct action. I will secondary click a corner that is absolutely a mined square and the game will say I clicked. I have tried everything. I right click only by pressing on the edge of the mouse and it still malfunctions. I can’t count the number of times I’ve given up in frustration. As I said, I’ve played the PC version ever since it came out, so it is NOT user error. ARRGH!
Meh - ok so the game is really nice and all and its just like the old pc version, but my only problem is that the menu won’t load. The probelm is that Ive honestly played so much that the beginner level is waaay too easy but since i cant goto the menu i cant change the difficulty which annoys me a lot D:<
Exasperating game! - When using the right mouse buttone to flag a mine, the game explodes frequently. One cannot play with any speed or precision. Very annoying. Drives one crazy.
Fun game, brings back fond memories - This game plays just like the old Windows game. My only problem with it is that I use a magic mouse. The mouse doesn’t do a great job distinguising between right and left mouse clicks, so I frequently “blow up” mines when I’m actually trying to place a flag with the “right” button. This isn’t the fault of the game, but it unfortunately impacts the enjoyment level.
Okay, but... - I like this game. It appears to be an almost identical rendition of the original. It may be just me, but I really think the game needs a mode that will let you flag mines without having to do the two-finger click on the mouse-less laptop. I can hardly make it through an expert game without inadvertantly misclicking and triggering a mine that I was trying to flag. That’s annoying. Maybe you could just add a check or button that would let us toggle the mode and then switch back and forth between click and flag mode while using the single click. Just a thought. The game is fun though. I just need to get better at my double-click.