Minesweeper is a popular puzzle game that has been around for many years. The game's objective is to discover the explosives buried across the playing area.
One may say that Minesweeper's gameplay is shockingly easy to pick up and play. It is laid out in the form of a grid with hidden squares. You have to click on each of the squares one at a time to find out what is hidden below them. It might be a mine, a number that tells you how many mines are in the squares around it, or nothing at all. In Minesweeper, you only have one life, and if you click on a mine, the game is over for you. Using the numbered squares to determine the location of the mines and then marking them off while leaving all of the other squares unmarked is required in order to win the game.
A square with a number indicates that there are many mines in the squares that surround it. You may start making progress by highlighting obvious mines. For example, there is a square with the number 1 on it, and all but one of the squares surrounding it is revealed. As a result, the mine must be hidden in the unexposed square. The counter on the right will keep track of your time and the number of unmarked mines while you play.
Use the mouse.