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"Cavesweeper is rad. Minesweeper and dungeon crawling. I love both." - Chris Priestman, PocketGamer
Reveal the soul gems of monsters in this addictive puzzle game inspired by Minesweeper, NetHack, and Diablo. Fight your way through the deadly cavern, defeating enemies, finding loot, and meeting crazy characters who will assist you on your quest. When you play Cavesweeper, no two games will ever be the same!
Compete on 6 Game Center leaderboards and conquer 40 achievements in this value-jammed game. Cavesweeper features NO in-app purchase and NO advertisements.
What's New in Version 1.2
* new tutorial
* other improvements
Best Minesweeper Variant!
This curious little game combines the tactics and strategy of Minesweeper with the elements of a roguelike dungeon crawl into one sweet little package. It takes a couple tries before you really get into the swing off things, but once you do, there's enough to keep you coming back for lots of fun casual gameplay.
If you like Minesweeper and like (or at least don't mind) the RPG setting and elements, you'll enjoy this one for quite a while. Recommended.
This game is very addictive! The tutorial doesn't explain everything so there is a learning curve, but once you figure things out it gets even better! It's similar to Minesweeper but the rules aren't exactly the same. It also has a cool, retro video game feel to it.
The numbers don't refer to the number of bombs it touches. It refers to the number of same colored tiles it touches. And only up, down, left, and right count. Diagonals don't count! Example: if a red tile has a 1 on it then there is only one red tile touching that tile.
Different items give different powers. Some give regenerative powers, extra health points, armor, coin bonuses, and etc...
Minesweeper made by people who don't understand it
Menu designed by a 5 year old. But what's unforgivable is the numbers. In minesweeper numbers tell you how many bombs are around you. In this they don't or at least don't accurately for example hit a block there are 5 places I can hit the numbers 2 and I've already marked 2 around it so I should be good. Well no I hit another red so I'm thinking that must show safe spots and play that way nope not that either. Minesweeper is about math odds and rules and the rules are broken this game isn't playable.
- Category: Games
- Updated: May 03, 2014
- Version: 1.2
- Size: 18.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Quikding LLC
- © QUIKDING LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.