I go back on a nostalgia trip by playing a multiplayer .io version of Minesweeper, named Minesweeper.io, except this version made me lose my sanity each time I played it!
For those that haven’t played it, you click a square on the map. It provides a number from 1 to 8. The number determines how many mines there are in the adjacent squares. If you think there’s a mine, you flag the square and you gain points for it (in this version at least). If you click a mine, you lose points. In the original Minesweeper, it’s basically the same without a points system, and it’s game over if you click on a mine.
William Rosati: Reception (Track 1)
Aakash Gandhi – Journeyman (Track 2)
Dan Lebowitz – Lone Wolf (Track 3)
Ethan Meixsell – Double Helix (Track 4)