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Fast-Nop24932201dWell the approach will be clicking a lot of random squares initially and in case it didn't blow up until then hoping that enough has been revealed to avoid coin tossing later.
Minesweeper is in fact pretty bad game design because you'll often be left with a coin toss.
Voxera7313201dThe only real problem is all the single mines in he end where you often have no extra clues and have to guess.
In the bottom left corner or similar.
There’s just no strategy that works, just coin flip :/
Voxera7313201d@shoop I stepped up from the hardest built in, one bomb at a time.
From 30x16 and 99 bombs to 127 bombs.
But at 128 I always got so many coin flips I never got them all.
Could be that if you step up the bombs a lot you might get fewer of them.
Lor-inc3833201dSimon Tatham's puzzles all guarantee solvability without coin toss. I think they're available for Linux and android.
1.Pick the biggest size grid you can
2.Pick the smallesy amount of mines