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Tag: Minesweeper

Minesweeper on the iOS 8 Notification Center: Blow up Your Free Time

Minesweeper on the iOS 8 Notification Center: Blow up Your Free Time
There are many Minesweeper clones for iOS devices, but Serenity Mobile’s Minesweeper – Widget Edition might be the most convenient version yet. As its name implies, it sits right on the Notification Center. That means it’s always just one swipe away, even from your device’s lock screen.

Minesweeper Scratch-Off Postcard: Wish You Were Stressed

Minesweeper Scratch-Off Postcard: Wish You Were Stressed
Here’s a couple of playable Minesweeper postcards from Connect Design, perfect for those who are planning to take a trip to Windows 3.1. The postcards are played by scratching the squares off. They’re way harder than the Windows version because it’s possible to land on a mine on your first go.
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Digger D-3 Robo Tank Exterminates Landmines

Digger D-3 Robo Tank Exterminates Landmines
While this isn’t something new, since the British developed these types of tanks in WWII, the robotic Digger D-3 is a modern-day take on the mine-sweeping tank. The D-3 is remote-controlled and will crawl around a minefield digging up up landmines thanks to its flail hammers.

Onslaught of the Electric Zombies: Zombie Minesweeper

Onslaught of the Electric Zombies: Zombie Minesweeper
Minesweeper is one of the things I miss from running Windows. I’m sure there are browser versions available, but it’s just not the same as opening up that friendly little window and clicking around, only to have my butt blasted across the room.

Minesweeper Made Out of Pixelblocks

Minesweeper Made Out of Pixelblocks
From the “someone has too much time on their hands” file… A true geek going by the screen name Cursors managed to take enough time out from his busy office life to build a giant reproduction of the Windows game, Minesweeper, entirely out of tiny plastic pixelblocks.
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