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Minesweeper clone for Android powered phones and tablets.

Put to test your logical and strategical thinking and clear the minefield as soon as you can, without detonating a mine.

droidMines has four boards to choose from
- Beginner : 81 tiles, 12 mines
- Intermediate : 256 tiles, 48 mines
- Advanced : 256 tiles, 72 mines
- Expert : 384 tiles, 120 mines

- 4 difficulty levels to choose from
- Scrollable game area with option to Zoom In / Zoom Out
- Nice, clean graphics and easy to use interface

The game integrates with Google+. Sign in with your Google+ account to
1. Unlock the achievements - total 8 achievements to be unlocked.
2. Leaderboards for each difficulty level to share and compare your scores within your Circles or with Public

How to play:

- if you uncover a mine - the game ends
- if you uncover an empty square - the game continues
- if you uncover a number - the displayed number tells you how many mines lay hidden in the eight surrounding squares

- if you suspect that the square is empty, tap on it to uncover it
- if you suspect a square has a mine, 'long press' on it to place a flag; if you're not sure, 'long press' again to make it a question mark

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Recently changed in this version

Version 2.0

- The game now integrates with Google+
1. 8 Achievements added to make the game more interesting.
2. Leaderboards for each difficulty level to share and compare your scores within your Circles or with Public

Comments and ratings for droidMines
  • (58 stars)

    by Tiffany Parker on 28/12/2013

    Fantastic implementation of the classic game. I love the leaderboards, achievements and the zoom feature. Thanx devs!

  • (58 stars)

    by Deepak Gupta on 31/08/2013

    Mind blowing

  • (58 stars)

    by Preeti Raizada on 22/08/2013


  • (58 stars)

    by bryan ohare on 20/08/2013

    Ive always loved this game

  • (58 stars)

    by mamta kushwaha on 15/08/2013

    Nice with public share

  • (58 stars)

    by Laura Engel on 06/08/2013

    But then the ads got so bad that this game has literally become unplayable. Every single round, it forces me into google play shop. I'm not normally a person Wii gets mad at free apps for the ads, but this is just f****ing ridiculous

  • (58 stars)

    by Emily Hepple on 18/07/2013

    The game itself is great, but what I don't understand is why after every game I am either forced to click on an advert or quit the game?? Gamers should not be forced! to click adverts!! It's supposed to be an option