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KMines

KMines
Developer(s) Nicolas Hadacek
Initial release June 18, 1998 (1.0.0)
Stable release 3.0 / 2 August 2007
Operating system Unix-like
Type Personal computer game
License GNU General Public License
Website KDE Games Center: KMines

KMines is a minesweeper game for KDE, originally created in 1996 by Nicolas Hadacek under the GPL.[1] It is part of the Kdegames package.

KMines has three default sizes, "easy" (8×8), "normal" (16×16), and "expert" (16×30), as well as custom levels. The custom levels can have dimensions from 5×5 to 50×50 squares. It is possible to play with just the keyboard. The colors, mouse buttons, and tile sizes are configurable. Some cheat modes are built in, together with a solver, an adviser, and the "magic reveal" mode (only for non-trivial cases). Worldwide high scores are available on the official site.

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