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5,000 - 10,000 downloads
by Frank Higgins on 01/07/2014
It's the exact same as on Windows. Superb
by Kenneth Post on 21/04/2014
Perfect minesweeping game for the android os (moto x user).
by Zack G on 25/03/2014
by Ralph McCarthy on 19/03/2014
Really Enjoy this game
by Rob C on 22/02/2014
I was introduced to the glory of Minesweeper at a party four years ago. At the time, it didn't seem like too much. Just a math game that occasionally forced you to guess. Then the seed flowered; I couldn't stop playing. My middle name changed to "msweeper" and floor tiles started to look odd. Almost, naked. As if there are hidden dangers beneath the synonymous squares. A cold sweat collected on m
by Bama Momme on 13/02/2014
Great game! Sometimes I have to force myself to stop playing. Addictively fun.
by Sanjay Saxena on 12/02/2014
by Michael Serrano on 11/02/2014
I wish I could put this game down
by Tony Mathew on 28/11/2013
Played the game almost 10 times now. Worked well all the time
by Carl Zulauf on 26/11/2013
I love that you can use the volume ticket to switch the flag nice. Would give 5 stars if it made a little better use of certain screen sizes. On nexus 7 there is no reason the board couldn't be zoomed out a little and fit on the screen. Also, landscape mode is pretty useless... Should rotate board.
by Jacob Miller on 18/11/2013
Not bad at all
by Michael Coombs on 23/09/2013
I had to uninstall as it kept locking up
by Alena Drayton on 21/09/2013
I love this, it's a great way to entertain myself. I do love the suggestion of it having a list of my best times, not just ranking in the world.
by Łukasz Sobala on 09/09/2013
My game of choice for short periods of mind numbness.
by Rosanne Girton on 23/08/2013
This game is exactly what I wanted, and plays fine on 4", 5" and 7" devices (Galaxy S II, Droid DNA, and the new Nexus 7).