Is Mines the same as Minesweeper?
Mines is clearly inspired by Minesweeper. However, we think Mines is simpler than Minesweeper. While some of us may have found the numbers in Minesweeper confusing, Mines has done away with that and the game feels much more intuitive.
And as much as we love nostalgic computer games, we have to say Mines is much more appealing aesthetically!
Is there a Mines app?
If you want to play Mines on your phone or tablet, the way to do this is to go to one of the casinos listed here and play from their mobile website.
They are all HTML5 casinos, which means they are all web browser-based and automatically adjust themselves to your device. There is no Mines app for download.
When does a round of Mines end?
There are a couple of scenarios. One is when you uncover a tile and discover it's a mine underneath. The game will end there and you will lose your winnings.
Another scenario is when you voluntarily cash out and claim your winnings, although there are still more tiles to be uncovered. In this case, the game will end and you can start a new round.
Then there is the ultimate scenario, in which you successfully uncover all the mines free tiles, leaving only the mines untouched. Then the game will end and all the winnings will be added to your bankroll.