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3D Minefield V1.1 (May 21, 2007)

3D Minefield overview

3D Minefield is a refreshing concept of the old minesweeper game. It is a challenging game of strategy and luck, taking its payers to the wonders of 3D environment. The 3D minesweeper game is based on the classical minesweeper game with adjustable parameters that allow you to change and complicate the game. Changing the classic two-dimensional game to an original three-dimensional game has added to the playability without changing the basic game logic.

The object of 3D Minefield is to locate all the mines as quickly as possible without uncovering any of them. If you uncover a mine, you lose the game.

3D Minefield is a powerful 3D minesweeper game!

To play 3D Minefield

  1. On the Game menu, click New.

  2. To start the timer, click any cube on the playing field.

l      You can uncover a cube by clicking it. If you uncover a mine, you lose the game.

l      If a number appears on a cube, it indicates how many mines are in the six cubes that surround the numbered one. As showed below, it indicates there are two mines existed in the six cubes that surround the numbered one.

3D Minefield is a powerful 3D minesweeper game!

l      To mark a cube you suspect contains a mine, right-click it.

l      If you are uncertain about a cube, right-click it twice to mark it with a question mark (?). Later, you can either mark the cube as a mine or remove the markings by right-clicking the cube again once or twice.

l      If you have marked all the mines around a numbered cube, you can uncover the remaining cubes around it by clicking the numbered cube with the left and right mouse buttons simultaneously. If not all mines surrounding the numbered cube have been marked, the all cubes surrounding the numbered cube will flash when the numbered cube is clicked with both buttons simultaneously.

l       In order not to influence the eyesight, if all the mines around the numbered cube are correctly indicated, the cube would disappear automatically.

l      The game area consists of the playing field, a mine counter, and a game timer. The game timer indicates how long the current game has taken, and stops when you finish the game. The mine counter shows the number of mines remaining.


IIn this game, you can operate a camera that allows you to survey the playing field by keyboard.

  • W or UP -- rotate up

  • S or DOWN -- rotate down

  • A or LEFT -- rotate left

  • D or RIGHT -- rotate right

  • Q -- enlarge the distance of the cubes

  • E -- reduce the distance of the cubes

  • Z -- zoom in

  • X -- zoom out

  • ESC -- quit

Others: F1 View this manual, F2 Start new game

Difficulty Level

IOpen the “Game” menu and select “Beginner”, “Intermediate” or “Advanced” to start a new game at one of the present difficulty levels.

Difficulty Level Field Size Mines
Beginner 4x4x4 15
Intermediate 6x6x6 50
Expert 8x8x8 120
Custom from 1x1x1 to 15x15x15 custom

To start a game at a custom difficulty level, select “Custom…” from the “Game” menu.

After selecting the playing field dimensions (Width, Height and Depth) and the number of mines hidden in the playing field, click OK to start the custom game.

Running environment


  • Pentium 300

  • 64 MB RAM

  • 15 MB free space on HD

  • 3D video accelerator with 16 MB or higher


  • Windows 95 / 98 / ME / NT / 2000 / XP / 2003 / VISTA

  • DirectX 9.0 or higher


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