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One of the oldest games in the world has gone the way of VR

Author: David Lozada
29-Aug-2016

Category: News

Minesweeper VR has found its way on Steam courtesy of developer Funny Games. Featuring classic gameplay as well as modes that see players holding dowsing rods and flags in their hands, the game is currently available for $3.99 for the HTC Vive.

One of the oldest games in the world has gone the way of VR
Minesweeper, a single-player puzzle game first developed in the 60's and preinstalled in almost very PC in the world, has gone the way of virtual reality. Minesweeper VR, developed by Funny Games, is now available via Steam for the HTC Vive.

The game features classic gameplay and two additional modes that have players hold dowsing rods in their right hand and banners in their left hand. A trailer can be found below:


Minesweeper VR is now available for $3.99. It has been met so far with generally positive reviews.



Source:
http://store.steampowered.com/app/516940/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minesweeper_(video_game)
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