Minesweeper Quick Look: Minesweeper is a classic single-player video game that was popularized when bundled with early versions of the Windows operating system. The object of the game is to clear a minefield, which consists of a grid of squares, without detonating any of the randomly placed hidden mines.

This Roku version of Minesweeper offers three levels of difficulty. To play, use your Roku remote to highlight any cell in the grid, then press the OK button. If that cell contains a mine, the game is over. If no mine is revealed but a mine is in one or more adjacent cells, then the selected cell shows a number indicating the number of adjacent cells that contain a mine. Using information on the number of adjacent mines, try to identify which cells contain mines and use the * key on your remote to select those. Correctly identify the locations of all mines while clearing all remaining cells, and you win.

-- Information is current as of March 28, 2014

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DEVELOPER: EndangeredScreens.com

FEES: $0.99 one-time purchase through the Roku Channel Store