This stuff is a love letter to the original minesweeper game some of us used to play long time ago (and still continues to play) and some others are yet to discover
But this is also my manifest against pay-2-win games that treat players with a drug dealer's attitude. And by that I mean this stuff is not going to provide you with some little fun for free and demand insane amount of money to continue getting fun later. It is going to be free as beer and provide player with game mechanics that would challenge and reward him for being skillful.
Basically, non-flagging means you can not put flags to mark possible mines and instead can just left click/tap to open cells with no mines (if you are lucky) and cooperative obviously means it is somehow can be played along with somebody else )
Just non-flagging game with an option to play the same board with somebody in a real time
Introduces roguelike mechanics: mine -> fight -> craft -> repeat
Descend the floors by solving the boards and fighting the bosses. Claim the loot (digits from boards) by ascending back to use it in crafting.
Both Classic and RPG flavours are supported in online and offline mode. But for those who can play sub100 ping can severely affect playability.
For an ios/android app there is also a full offline mode supported, which means you can play while commutting through the underground or other places where network is unreachable.
There is our youtube channel that describe some general or release-specific stuff
You can play directyl by clicking global.minesnf.com link or picking the server link below from the list of servers
Download the stable release from Google play or App Store
Or access beta versions via Google Play Beta or iOS TestFlight
You can setup your own server and connect your mobile app to it. Here's an article about how to run the local server.
Join our discord server
Current goal is to try to attract the community and see what happens next
So, for now you can just spread the word if you love this game and/or write a review in the store. Or host your local server (if reasonable uptime can be guaranteed) so that it would be added to the list of official servers.
Yes, you can.
The code is available under the MIT license at github.
Check out the github repos for nodejs backend and openui5 based client
It is worth mentioning though, that the code quality is pretty low for any productive usage.