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minesweeper
17 Jun

How To Play Online Puzzle Games

Playing puzzle games online is very different from playing traditionally on a television. One of the most important things to remember is that these games require teamwork. They may seem like a solitary game, but without the right team, it can be challenging to win.

 

For all of our puzzles to execute correctly, several steps need to happen:

 

Step 1: Play against one other person. This is the most crucial step because if you play against yourself, you will not get much out of your experience. Therefore, you will want to play with someone else so that you can learn new puzzle-solving strategies and practice for when it counts in-person gameplay.

 

Step 2: Create a training room for each player’s puzzle. This is where everyone creates their own version of the puzzle. For example, we have a training room with four spaces where we give one player four pieces and have them enter their solution into the space corresponding to their space afterward. For another player, they might create a solution with six pieces instead and enter their answer into both spaces at once.

 

This way, everyone sees everyone else’s solution and can critique each other’s solutions.

 

Step 3: Play the minesweeper game in its most basic form. All you have to do is select one piece from a given pool of pieces and place it into one of the four different spaces. Once all players solve this puzzle, they will get punished one space per second until they solve the entire puzzle. If they successfully guess all of their pieces before time runs out, they will not be penalized since they have correctly completed the puzzle. The only exceptions are if both players fail to guess any of their pieces perfectly or if time runs out at least three seconds before either player has successfully guessed all of their pieces.

 

Step 4: Add rules and obstacles to make it harder for the players when solve this puzzle!

 

In cocnlusion, when one player guesses a piece, they place the piece on top of the correct square of the puzzle. If the supposed piece belongs to the player, they get rewarded by stealing a piece from an opponent. Players continue solving this puzzle until all players simultaneously solve their puzzle. If no one successfully solves it, it is added to the puzzle, and play continues.