The classic Minesweeper board game may be picked up and played in minutes. Because adhering to the rules is a breeze. Players advance through Minesweeper by selecting tiles using mouse clicks. Tiles that don’t contain mines will show a number indicating how many are in the immediate vicinity.
The Goal of The Game Is to Reveal as Many Non-Mine Tiles as Possible
In this brief essay, I will present a few Windows Minesweeper strategies that will help you develop a winning Minesweeper strategy while teaching the game to new players.
How to Win at Windows Minesweeper
The Minesweeper 1 Tile Rule, also known as the Single Mine Play Tip, is the first of several helpful hints for the Windows version of the game.
- This tactic for Minesweeper is one I came up with on my own.
- The number 1 on a tile indicates that there is a single mine in the immediate vicinity of that tile.
- Let us chant on the tile that has the number one printed in a thin red circle.
That’s because there’s just one mine in the area surrounding the tile. And as you can see, since it is surrounded by unopened tiles, we may safely assume that the neighbour tile in question is a mine.
Locating mines of this type is rather simple. If you want to be a good Minesweeper and obtain high points, you’ll need to be quick to spot the mines and quickly mark them with a red Minesweeper flag to stop them from detonating by accident.
One of The Most Fundamental Windows Minesweeper Strategies Is This
After the mine has been indicated with a red flag, focus on the square that is numbered 1 and circled in red in the following image.
Keep in mind that you only need to locate a single mine that is adjacent to the desired tile. There’s only one mine surrounding that encircled tile. And we have located it already. Then you can confidently open any other tile. It’s safe to assume that the red-circled Minesweeper tile should be selected.
When the choice presented itself at your feet, did you see it? The tile has been removed. It also has a value of 1, indicating that it is the sole mine in its vicinity. The mine has been located and is marked with a red Minesweeper flag, so please proceed with caution. As long as the red flag tile is left untouched, you can continue opening the other tiles around the “1” tile.
The Following Is the Final Result if You Just Use Tiles with A Single Mine Around Them
How lovely! For the Windows Minesweeper game, we found five mines using just one hint, which I’ll refer to as the “Single Mine Play” hint. In this game mode, there are just half as many mines as this.