Simple Tips for Playing Minesweeper


So you’ve played a game of Solitaire and won. What’s next? Minesweeper, of course. It’s the game that makes your computer slower and temporarily turns you into an expert on random guessing (until you realize you have no idea where to click). In this post, I’ll give you some tips for improving your level of play so you can conquer the mines and get back to work.

Open a spot where you think there’s no mine

There are several things you can do to improve your chances of winning.

  • Click on the first square: This is probably the most obvious way to start playing minesweeper, but it’s also one of the most important. If you’re new to this game and don’t know what else to do, just click the first square and see if there is a mine or not! You’ll find out pretty quickly if this game has any strategy involved or not.
  • Don’t get frustrated: The game is all about luck and opening squares until you find one that doesn’t have a mine underneath it; therefore, frustration isn’t going to help anyone win in this situation! The best thing you can do is remain calm and focused on finding all of those hidden mines without getting mad at yourself when one gets away from you (or someone else).

The mines are randomly placed. You can’t outthink them; take the guesswork out of the equation by opening that first spot.

Some people believe that the first spot is the most important and others think it’s the last. In fact, there are many different methods for determining which square to click on in your first move. But as far as I’m concerned, none of that matters.

The truth is that mines are randomly placed by a computer program. You can’t outthink them; take the guesswork out of the equation by opening that first spot.

It’s easy to waste time thinking about your decision or trying to plan out a strategy before clicking on any squares at all (and there is no right or wrong answer), but in my opinion, if you’re going to play Minesweeper like a professional then this should be one of your top priorities!

Click on the first square – yes, even if it looks risky!

The first thing to know about minesweeper is that you will be clicking on squares. Lots of them. You don’t have to be afraid to click on a square, even if it looks risky. You’re not going to die in the game if you click on a square, or lose the entire thing if you do so once or twice (though three times might seal your fate). You won’t even lose points!

The reason why people are afraid of clicking is because they’ve seen other players make errors and die as a result, but this doesn’t mean that it’s right for everyone else! Sometimes there will be traps alongside some safe squares, which is why it’s important not only that we understand what we are doing but also how our opponents think about things like this too!

Play Minesweeper.

Playing minesweeper is a great way to pass time. It’s also a fun way to practice your math skills, logic skills and reasoning skills. You may feel like you’re wasting time playing the game, but in reality it’s an excellent way to hone your mental faculties!


If you’re still not confident about playing Minesweeper, remember that you can always start with an easy level. In fact, you don’t even have to play on your computer; many mobile games also offer a version of this classic game for smartphones and tablets. Mineswepper is a great way to pass the time and get your mind off things! You’ll be able to see how well you do without worrying too much over what’s happening around us right now.

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