Minesweeper is a classic puzzle game where you navigate a hidden minefield by strategically clicking squares to reveal safe paths.
The gameboard consists of a grid of squares, ranging from beginner sizes (8x8) to expert (16x30). Some squares contain hidden mines, others hold numbers.
Each numbered square tells you how many mines are adjacent (up, down, left, right, and diagonally).
The objective is to uncover all safe squares without hitting a mine. Clicking one explodes, ending the game.
Try to expose every square in the grid that is not one of the hidden mines, without opening any square that is a mine.
Click in a square to open it. Every opened square is marked with the number of mines in the surrounding 8 squares, if there are any; if not, all the surrounding squares are automatically opened.
Right-click in a square to mark it with a flag if you think it is a mine. If a numbered square has exactly the right number of flags around it, you can click in it to open all the squares around it that are not flagged.
The first square you open is guaranteed to be safe, and (by default) you are guaranteed to be able to solve the whole grid by deduction rather than guesswork. (Deductions may require you to think about the total number of mines.) You can select different grid sizes and different number of mines. You can also customize your own grid sizes and number of mines.
We hope that the free math worksheets have been helpful. We encourage parents and teachers to adjust the worksheets according to the needs of the child. For more difficult questions, the child may be encouraged to work out the problem on a piece of paper before entering the solution. We hope that the kids will also love the fun stuff and puzzles.
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