Minesweeper Evolution is a challenging and fascinating version of the classic game that will surprise you with its dynamic and life-like behaviour of cells. The cells are divided into three playing territories: the Land, the Forest and the Sea.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Minesweeper Evolution is a challenging and fascinating version of the classic Minesweeper game that will surprise you with its dynamic and life-like behaviour of cells. All cells of the playing field are divided into three playing territories: the Land, the Forest and the Sea, the location of which in each new game session will never be repeated. You will get an impression of an over-grown forest when open Forest cells start closing during the game. You will enjoy the behaviour of Sea cells as well – Sea mines will move on the territory of the Sea.
- dynamic and life-like behaviour of cells;
- different cell size and cell spacing;
- larger records table of the game, 10 items in each mode;
- custom mode with autoregulation of the level of difficulty;
- impossible to lose at first click;
- right click to quick restart;
- game window minimizing at clicking Esc;
- game window placing in System Tray at minimizing with the game timer stop;
- transparent game window at deactivation;
- good sound effects;
- user friendly interface;
- install/uninstall capabilities.
The game has three levels of difficulty: Easy, Normal and Hard. On each level you may set a record and put it into the game records table of the best players. Surely, you will be among the winners!
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