Minesweeper Game Description and Rules

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Game Description

Minesweeper is a challenging puzzle game that replicates the game from the early days of the personal computer. Excitement and competition are added by means of Leaderboards and Achievements! Leaderboards show your best winning times and number of wins versus other players and Achievements track your milestones as you play the game and become better and better.

There are 3 Time-based Leaderboards: Best Times - Easy, Best Times - Medium and Best Times - Hard. These various difficulty levels will show players of all skill levels how they stack up against the competition.

There are also 3 Leaderboards which keep track of your Total Wins: Most Wins - Easy, Most Wins - Medium and Most Wins - Hard.

There are many Achievements. Some are based on your winning times, and some are based on how many winning times you post. Achievements are both revealed and hidden. As you play the game and post your wins, you will see the revealed achievements accomplished and the hidden ones will be revealed!

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The following section describes each screen and the features of the game.

 

Figure Description
Figure 1. Figure 1 Shows the Main Menu screen, where the player can select "Play Minesweeper!" to play the game or "Invite Friends", "Show Leaderboards", or "Show Achievements" to view game progress. Player may also sign in to Google if not already signed in.
Figure 2. Figure 2 Shows the initial game screen at the beginning of play.
Figure 3. Figure 3 Shows the game progress when the player has made some progress on the game, but it has not yet been won.
Figure 4. Figure 4 Shows the Settings Screen. Settings include Difficulty Level, sound enabled, question marks enabled, vibration enabled and initial message enabled.
Figure 5. Figure 5 shows after it has been won. The "Post to Leaderboards" icon is seen in the upper right hand corner.
Figure 6. Figure 6 shows the game after it has been won and the player has clicked the "Publish Score" icon. The player is congratulated and prompted to post their winning time to the Leaderboards.
Figure 7. Figure 7 shows the Achievements screen. There are many Achievements and we add them all the time.
Figure 8. Figure 8 shows the Leaderboard screen. There are 2 types of Leaderboards: Time-based and Number of Wins based. Each type has a Leaderboard for Easy, Medium and Hard difficulty modes.

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