World of Minesweeper is a classic, throwback PC puzzle game with a World Map twist with addictive game play.
Inspired by the original game written for many computing platforms since the 1960s.
This brain teaser minesweeper is a free version to test on the game play of the addictive minesweeper game.
Team Cogoo has created World of Minesweeper as a small and humble campaign to help promote 2025 Completion Challenge and to raise awareness in our community. Whether you have 10 minutes, one hour, or plenty of time, you can help build a world free of land mines and promote the rights of landmine victims too!
THE WORLD IS STILL IN DANGER OF LANDMINES
The use of land mine is controversial because of their potential as indiscriminate weapons. They can remain dangerous many years after a conflict has ended, harming civilians and the economy. 78 countries are contaminated with land mines and 15000+ people are killed every year. Approximately 80% of land mine casualties are civilian, with children as the most affected age group. Most Killings occur in times of peace.
Beware. This game is very addictive. It’s a free brain teaser.
-Save the world from landmines by finding bombs
-Easy to control
-The ultimate brain teaser puzzle
-Great time killer
-Pinch to Zoom
-Best, smoothest, fastest interface of any Minesweeper game
-First tap luck, test your brain and minesweeper luck
-Flag Mode: Turn on flag mode to mark tiles you think are bombs quickly
-200 Countries for hours of fun. (Countries and number of bombs don’t necessarily have a meaning)
-Variety of map sizes and shapes
-Find and clear your own country
-No In App Purchase and Free with Ads
HOW TO PLAY
The objective of the game is to clear a country map containing hidden “mines” or bombs without detonating any of them, with help from clues about the number or neighboring mines in each field. The player is initially presented with a world map. The Player can select and choose to play a specific country by touching the country on the map. The game is played by revealing squares of the grid by touching each square. If a square containing a mine is revealed, the player loses the game. If no mine is revealed, a digit is instead displayed in the square, indicating how many adjacent squares contains mines. If no mines are adjacent, the square becomes blank, and all adjacent squares will be recursively revealed. The player uses this information to deduce the contents of other squares, and may either safely reveal each square or mark the square as containing a mine. Find your own country. It’s a great brain teaser.
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