Press "Enter" to skip to content

1.39 Euros saved: Android app brings legendary Windows classics to your mobile

Last updated on March 9, 2021

In Google Play Store there is an Android app available for free download for a short time. With “Minesweeper Pro” you get a very popular Windows classic on your mobile phone and can continue the good old times.


Languages:German, English, French



Android app free of charge: Minesweeper Pro free of charge instead of for 1,39 Euro

<Whoever used to own a Windows PC will surely know the game Minesweeper. The puzzle game has now reached cult status and has been ported to modern devices like Android smartphones and tablets. Currently you can get Minesweeper Pro for free and save 1.39 Euro, which the game usually costs. In the Pro version of course without advertising, so that you can fully devote yourself to the task of the minesweeper – just like before.

For those who don’t know Minesweeper: The object of the game is to find the hidden mines. Each uncovered square tells you how many mines are nearby. With some logic, but sometimes also a lot of luck, you can master this game. All this of course in the unchanged graphics of the past. The free download is possible until November 11, 2020 – if the action is not ended prematurely.

Price: Free of charge

Note: If you currently download Minesweeper Pro for free, the Android app will be connected to your Google account and you can download the game again and again for free, even if the action is long gone.

Minesweeper Pro: What does the Android app do?

This classic has now been downloaded in the Google Play Store over 500,000 times in the Pro version and has an average rating of 4.5 stars from over 14,000 votes. If you used to play Minesweeper on your Windows PC, you will love this game and should get this classic for free. There will certainly be enough opportunities to kill some time. And that’s exactly what this game is perfect for.

Read the original article here.

Just came in:  What is Hive Social and can it become a serious Twitter challenger?