This is a graphic remake of Relentless Logic. The size of the minefield is
fixed (14×9), but you can choose the number of bombs between 10 and 40.
Everything below 20, we are told, is considered wimpy. The goal is not
to disarm the minefield, but just to cross it safely. Since no markers
are set, this is a whole lot more difficult, unless you just take a
chance, which sometimes works if there are not too many bombs.
The game is played with the numeric keypad. According to the
instructions, Numlock should be off, I found however that under DOSBox
you first have to turn it off and then on again for the game to work,
otherwise you get only beeps.
- Concept: Minesweeper
- Author: Larry Ludwick
- Year: 1985
- Country of Origin:
- Graphics: CGA