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Fragezeichen-grau.png OS2-Minesweeper(Zaharov)-1.4

Minesweeper Games (OS/2)

1999 - Mine Sweeper/2

Dmitry Zaharov (Russia)
1999
Written for OS2 2.0 or later. Started on 21 Aug 1999 with last release just after 7 Nov 1999. The program uses the names Mine/2 and Mine Sweeper/2. Standard three levels. No chording, questionmarks or F2. Timer starts immediately and stops when all mines are flagged. No Highscore list. Interesting behaviour, is that finding an opening removes any flags incorrectly placed on empty squares.

NOTE: Yuri Epstein used the sourcecode for this game to write PM Mine.



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1.4

18.04 KB


Englisch
ab OS/2 2.0

Fragezeichen-grau.png OS2-Minesweeper(Charlap)

Minesweeper Games (OS/2)

1993 - MineSweeper

David Charlap (USA)
1993
Written for OS2 2.0 or later. Clone of Windows Minesweeper with same levels and controls (except F2 does not work). New features include Tournament Mode, where you can choose a game and play it multiple times, and Cheat Mode, where all mines are revealed. Custom allows up to an 80x80 grid. Version 1.2.1 released 1994-02-27 but original versi


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1.21

95.6 KB


Englisch
ab OS/2 2.0

Fragezeichen-grau.png OS2-Minesweeper(Reeder)

Minesweeper Games (OS/2)

1996 - OS/2 Minesweeper

Gordon Reeder
1996-03-10
Controls are left button to open or chord, right mouse button to flag or questionmark a sqaure. Author describes game as "Minesweeper with an attitude". Sometimes a rock appears instead of a number, giving you less information about mines. There is also one unexploded bomb, so if a chord does not open a square that should have opened, avoid it. If you click on this square you have to defuse it by pressing certain buttons before it explodes. There is also a gopher that moves mines and a cheat option to peek at mines but might detonate mines. The game has three levels and remembers the best score for each lev


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1.0
10.03.1996 01:00:00
24.69 KB


Englisch
OS/2

Fragezeichen-grau.png OS2-PMMine(Epstein)-1.1

Minesweeper Games (OS/2)

2002 - PM Mine

Eugene Fomin (Russia)
Yuri Epstein (Russia)
2002-06-16
Written for OS2 Warp 4 or later. First version written by Eugene Fomin, final version by Yuri Epstein. Identical levels and controls as Windows Minesweeper except no questionmarks and you can chord with the left mouse button. A new Kamikaze level has been added where players try to complete Expert with 116 mines and higher. Final version allows new games to start by clicking anywhere on the grid. Version 1.01 written 2002-06-16 and 1.1 written 2002-06-26.

NOTE: Dmitri Zaharov allowed the sourcecode from his Mine Sweeper/2 game to be used for this project.



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1.1
16.06.2002 02:00:00
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mine2.png OS2-MineSweeper(Warner)-2.13

Minesweeper Games (OS/2)

Al Liss (USA)
Bill Warner (USA)
1992-04-19
Game originally written by Al Liss but ported to OS2 by Bill Warner. Levels are 10x10, 15x15 and 20x20 and each can have a Low, Medium or High density of mines. The first click is not automatically safe. Highscore list keeps best 10 scores in total. Score depends on difficulty and time taken. Timer starts immediately. No chording or questionmarks but otherwise standard controls. Game has funny alerts you have to click, such as "I am prepared to die" and "I recognise the author's genius". Unfortunately the Highscore list appears after every won or lost game.

Note: Version 3.1 requires Warp 3, original release works on earlier versions.



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2.13
22.07.1992 02:00:00
123.91 KB
Manuell

Englisch
ab OS/2 2.0

Fragezeichen-grau.png OS2-MineSweeper(Japan)

Minesweeper Games (OS/2)

1998 - MineSweeper

Unknown (Japan)
1998-03-27
Standard three levels and controls (except no questionmarks of F2). Timer and Mine counters are in a seperate window. No Highscore lists. Interesting that when game is lost flags are replaced with mines.



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27.03.1998 01:00:00
22.44 KB


Englisch


Fragezeichen-grau.png OS2-MegaMinesweeper-1.23

Minesweeper Games (OS/2)

1993 - Mega Minesweeper

Andreas Petersik (Germany)
1993
Standard 3 levels. Written for OS2 Warp 3 or later. Version 1.0 released in 1993 and written in C++. Versions include 1.2 (1995-06-09), 1.21 (1995-11-17), 1.22b (1996-08-14) and 1.23 (1996-08-23).

Note: Needs OS2 Warp 3 or later to run.



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1.23
23.08.1996 02:00:00
70.39 KB


Deutsch
ab OS/2 3.0

Fragezeichen-grau.png OS2-BombSquad(GarySyck)

Minesweeper Games (OS/2)

1990 - Bomb Squad

Gary Syck (USA)
1990-12-13
Single level is a 14x25 grid with 80 bombs. Only menu options are "New Game" and "About". There are no Highscores, chording or questionmarks but otherwise gameplay is standard. First click is not always safe, and timer does not stop when you win. Important thing about this version is it was released less than 2 months after WEP.



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13.12.1990 01:00:00
7.75 KB


Englisch
OS/2

Fragezeichen-grau.png OS2-Mine(Wansch)

Minesweeper Games (OS/2)

1995 - Mine

Peter Wansch (Austria)
1995-07-22
Part of the "Entertainment Pack for OS/2", clearly imitating WEP. Standard three levels with 10, 40 and 99 mines. Controls and gameplay are standard. Custom level up to a maximum of 30x50 with 990 mines. Timer starts immediately. Options are for questionmarks, safe first click, and sounds. Users can set their own sounds for various actions, such as starting games, clicking, explosions, illegal moves and won games. When a game is lost all mines are shown even if flagged during the game. Game written for OS2 Warp 3 bu


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1.0
22.07.1995 02:00:00
1.48 MB


Englisch
ab OS/2 2.x

mine2.png OS2-MineSweeper(Warner)-3.1

Minesweeper Games (OS/2)

Al Liss (USA)
Bill Warner (USA)
1992-04-19
Game originally written by Al Liss but ported to OS2 by Bill Warner. Levels are 10x10, 15x15 and 20x20 and each can have a Low, Medium or High density of mines. The first click is not automatically safe. Highscore list keeps best 10 scores in total. Score depends on difficulty and time taken. Timer starts immediately. No chording or questionmarks but otherwise standard controls. Game has funny alerts you have to click, such as "I am prepared to die" and "I recognise the author's genius". Unfortunately the Highscore list appears after every won or lost game.

Note: Version 3.1 requires Warp 3, original release works on earlier versions.

This is version 3.1 of MineSweeper for OS/2 2.x PM with Multimedia
Extensions. It resembles the Microsoft Windows 3.1 version, but is
not intended to be a clone of it. It is tested under OS/2 2.1GA
only. It may, however, work with older versions of OS/2 2.x + MMOS/2.



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System

3.1
18.08.1993 02:00:00
532.09 KB
Manuell
Freeware
Englisch
ab OS/2 3.0

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