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Netflix’s latest game is a mobile take on Minesweeper

A screenshot of Netflix’s Minesweeper mobile game.
Image: Netflix

Netflix is launching Minesweeper as part of its selection of subscriber-only games, and it’s available now on Android and iOS.

The classic puzzle game that most people know from Microsoft Minesweeper, available in Windows 11 and versions dating back to 1990, has a fresh coat of paint with colorful graphics and new modes. Netflix’s take on Minesweeper looks a whole lot like, well, Minesweeper, but it adds a Journey Mode that takes players to different levels across world stages as well as unique daily challenges.

While searching out and flagging sea mines on a grid is a logic puzzle that’s often cloned in plenty of money-seeking cruft on the App Store and Play Store, Netflix subscribers will not find any in-game ads or microtransactions…

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