MineSweeper 3D For Android
Back in the early 90’s, Curt Johnson cursed the entire world with a game so evil and so consuming that just looking at it would simply force you to spend hours of your busy day just playing it. In case you did not see the header of this article, I am talking about Minesweeper, which is one of the most addictive computer games of the last 25 years. Well, Android is no stranger to this wonderful game but XDA member thiagolr has taken all the necessary precautions to ensure that this never falls out of the popularity charts. MinesSweeper 3D, as its name implies, no longer limits you to a top view, 2D board to play on. This game offers various geometries to challenge your brain and ability to solve the puzzle in the most logical way you can think of. Moreover, there are various difficulty levels and even a few hidden bonuses for you to try and get.
Please take it for a spin and leave some feedback for the dev in case you run into any bugs or if you have some suggestions.
Minesweeper is a classic game and this 3D version takes Minesweeper to the next level.
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