It is difficult to imagine a person who has never played the legendary “sapper” game, which has been built into every computer for several decades. However, despite the colossal demand and enormous popularity from users, few developers dared to create their own version of a sapper, let alone a unique offshoot of the idea and never dreamed of.
This was almost always the case until one of the studios decided to present to the world its own vision of how to improve the unique gameplay. If you are intrigued, then Minesweeper 3D will surprise you even more. Ready to plunge into a new atmosphere of old classics? Then go boldly into battle and start looking for mines.
Before you is a rotating cube, reminiscent in its structure of the popular Rubik's cube. However, here you do not have to rotate the moving parts of the cube. Each square represents a field that may contain mines. In terms of its mechanics, the game is a perfect copy of the legendary original, however, unlike the old sapper, here you will need to twist the cube in different directions to clear all the cells.
The rules of the game have not been changed. If you open a field on which a number is drawn, then this means that next to it there will necessarily be hidden the number of mines, which is equal to the open number. In this case, the number of mines must necessarily coincide with all open numbers, and mines must be adjacent to the open number.
How to play?
You are able to rotate the cube by holding down the left mouse button and moving the cursor in the desired direction. In order to open a certain cube - just move the cursor over it and click on the left mouse button. To check the box on the theoretical location of the mine - press the right mouse button on a certain square.