Manu Raghavan

Reverse Minesweeper

So, you’ve played Minesweeper. And you can mark mines like nobody’s business. But what if there was a twist on an age-old game?

Reverse Minesweeper is a world where mines are surrreptitious, but the objective remains to mark all mines. Here are the rules:

  1. Some of the blank squares are mines.
  2. Clicking on a box will mark it as a mine.
  3. Clicking again will unmark it as a mine.
  4. When you mark all mines, and no incorrect boxes, you win.
  5. You cannot lose, except by giving up.


Source available on Github
License: MIT