Please enjoy our free online minesweeper arcade video games. Our collection runs from versions of the classic game to cross-games like Battleship and an adventure game named Hidden Monsters.
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All games are browser-based. Our catalog is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, offering cross-device gameplay. You can play on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. These games work in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
This is a version of minesweeper offering 3 difficulty levels and a beautiful aesthetic design. Easy is an 81 square grid with 20 mines, medium is a 120 grid with 40 mines and hard is a 168 grid with 80 mines.
Click on your mouse to clear out squares where you think there isn’t a bomb.
Click the flag button at the top of the screen and place flags where you believe there is a bomb.
Use the numbers on the squares to do a process of elimination to help determine which adjacent squares hold bombs.
This is a logic puzzle game similar to minesweeper where you must identify the location of 12 marbles in an 8 x 8 grid. Use clues like arrows and numbers to narrow down your search.
This is a whimsical 69-level Minesweeper-inspired game. Use the monsters’ numbers to help you find the hidden bombs in the level. Mark all the bombs with a flag without ever touching them.
This is a simplified version of Minesweeper ideal for younger players. Find all the hidden bombs on the grid using logic. Move with caution to avoid selecting the bombs.
This is a collection of 69 themed minesweeper levels spread across 4 worlds. Numbers take on the form of helpful monsters who help guide you to the location of each bomb.
This is a minesweeper game offering 12 different grid variants. Find the mines by using the numbers that appear on the cells as a guide. Mark the mines with flags and clear the stage by digging up all cells that do not contain a mine.
This is the classic logical deduction game. Use the numbers to identify the location of the mines without ever directly revealing their location. Uncover all cells which do not contain a mine to beat the game, but dig up a single mine and you lose.
This is a beautiful 30-stage maze puzzle path making game where you must help the mouse make its way to the cheese without stepping on a mousetrap. The game takes inspiration from Minesweeper and Nonogram games.