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Microsoft's greatest marketing site/time waster since minesweeper

The Halo 3 marketing machine is in full effect, and as a side effect we've got a cool site like this.

By September 15, 2007

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Giant wind-blown ball rolls around and detonates landmines

A childhood toy inspires a wind-powered minesweeper that could help clear the millions of active landmines buried around the globe.

By October 23, 2012

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At Windows 8 launch, these 40 games will be ready to go

Angry Birds, Minesweeper, Wordament, and 37 other casual games will be available on October 26, the day Microsoft makes Windows 8 commercially available.

By August 31, 2012

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The 404 569: Where it's a bad day for the Internet (podcast)

It's a bad day for the Internet! The Boyscouts introduced a VIDEO GAME badge, an ironic twist on the Boobquake Facebook protest, and the FAA finally bans Minesweeper and Solitaire games in airplane cockpits.

By April 28, 2010

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A reverse engineer finds Kindle's hidden features

A little hacking reveals that Amazon's Kindle has faux-GPS abilities and related location-based services, a photo viewer, and a minesweeper game.

By January 2, 2008

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Shattered Planet: towards the perfect procedural death labyrinth

Kitfox Games has just released its first game. CNET Australia caught up with studio head Tanya Short to talk IAP, inclusivity and the perfect PDL.

By April 2, 2014

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Amazon's third free Kindle game: Mine Sweeper

Previously an Easter egg that was built into Kindle e-readers, a more flushed version of Mine Sweeper has now appeared in the Kindle Store.

By October 15, 2010

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Chrome app store offers big-name browser games

A new app store for Chrome enables in-browser gaming and the inclusion of developer apps -- Google's very proud of it

By August 18, 2010

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Nintendo adds another dimension to classic puzzler in Picross 3D

Aside from its collection of infinitely recycled franchise characters, Nintendo has a secondary batch of less-known, but very unique and clever, abstract games. The Art Style games for DSiWare and WiiWare represent this side of Nintendo, and so does Picross 3D.

By April 30, 2010

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Android apps can now run on your PC via BlueStacks

Now available for anyone to download, a new test program called the BlueStacks App Player lets people run Android apps directly on their Windows PCs.

By October 11, 2011