Infimines is a new version of the classic game Minesweeper. In this version, the board is infinite, but mines can be eliminated leaving mine-free zones (and populated with flowers).
The goal of the game is to locate mines, flag them, and removing them by leaving them isolated. Points are obtained by eliminating mines, the bigger the number of mines in a group, the higher the score in points.
This is the lite version of Infimines, which doesn't let you select skill levels. There is a full version available, where you can choose the percentage of tiles with a mine.
*Screen orientation, phones and tablets
This game has been designed for both phones and tablets. In vertical orientation, phone version is played, and in horizontal orientation, tablet version.
This game includes a complete help, which I include here:
*How to play
Your task in this game is to remove mines, as many as you can.
There are infinite tiles. Tiles can be in revealed or unrevealed state. If revealed, you can see that there is not a mine (if there was a mine, you would lose the game)
Tiles can be flagged without being revealed.
To remove mines, they must be: 1) flagged and 2) surrounded by digging around a mine, or a group of mines.
Mines may appear in groups. To remove groups of mines, all mines from group must be flagged, and all non-mine tiles must be revealed.
Removed mines will eventually turn into flowers, if enough distance is left from mines.
Touching a revealed tile does nothing, but if you drag it you will drag the view. Use this to navigate around.
Touching an unrevealed tile is mode-dependant:
Puts a flag on the tile, marking it as a mine. If the tile was already flagged, removes the flag.
Reveals the tile. If there was a mine under the tile, you will lose the game.
In this mode, you simply drag the view. Use this mode to move around without worrying about flagging or digging unwanted tiles.
Also, if you use the two-finger zoom/pinch gesture you can zoom out to see a wider view.
First touch flags the tile. Second touch reveals it. The only thing you can\'t do is unflag a tile (use Flag mode for that).
A number on a tile gives information about how many mines are around.
"Around" means the 8 tiles surrounding a given tile.
The number ranges from 1 to 8 and counts the number of mines present in the 8 tiles surrounding the tile with the considered number.
In many cases, you can safely tell if an unrevealed tile is a mine, or not, specially in easier levels, with a lower percentage of mines.