I'm pretty sure that's actually impossible, it generates the mine layout after the first click
@Langenator, That's how sad his life is
@Langenator, not if in the settings you change it to have a mine in every square
@Langenator, you can choose to replay a map with the mines in the exact same location.
@Langenator, i recall doing this exact thing so im pretty sure it just wants us all to suffer
@Langenator, plus it would reveal the locations of all the mines
@Langenator, i've had this happen to me
@Braumz, In the upper left corner where it shows the mine counter, it says there's one mine. Somehow this poor old man hit the only mine in the setup on the first click.
@Langenator, Eh... I've hit a mine on the first click a few times.
@Langenator, not if you increase the mines substantially. I've done this.
@Langenator, I’ve done it. Maybe a different software?
Someone should interview this dude
For those of you who don't know, the game is about how long can you click random tiles without hitting a bomb and the numbers are points.
That's actually pretty damn lucky if you ask me
Was there actually any strategy to this game, or just random clicks? I could never figure out how to play
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, The numbers represent the amount of mines in the squares surrounding the number. Say you click a square that reveals a "4" and no other squares around it were revealed. Out of the 8 squares surrounding that 4, four of them are mines.
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, The strategy is to right-click the squares you think are mines, flagging them and preventing you from accidentally clicking those squares, then revealing all of the non-mine squares. Basically, all you want left on the board are just the squares that have mines in them.
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, It takes ten minutes to figure out how to play the game
Lol it says lol in the background
@Brokebusbich, great, now it’s all I see