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Minesweeper (video game)

Minesweeper is a logic puzzle video game genre generally played on personal computers. The game features a grid of clickable squares, with hidden "mines" scattered throughout the board. The objective

Mined-Out

Mined-Out (also known as Minesweeper in some countries) is a video game released for the ZX Spectrum in 1983 by Quicksilva. where a player must cross a minefield successfully using logic. Although Min

Chording

Chording means pushing several keys or buttons simultaneously to achieve a result.

Microsoft Minesweeper

Microsoft Minesweeper (formerly just Minesweeper, and also known as Flower Field) is a minesweeper-type video game created by Curt Johnson, originally for IBM's OS/2, that was ported to Microsoft Wind

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