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マインスイーパ (Windows, 2007)

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This page is a translated version of the page Minesweeper (Windows, 2007) and the translation is 50% complete.
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Title Screen


開発元: Oberon Media, Microsoft
発売元: Microsoft
プラットフォーム: Windows
発売日: 2007年1月30日


DebugIcon.png デバッグ機能
RegionIcon.png 地域による違い

2007年版のマインスイーパは、Windows Vistaや7に同梱されているオリジナルに綺麗なグラフィックと新機能を加えた再加工版です。それ以外はまったく同じです。


内部の g_bDebugEnabled 変数を0以外の値にすることによって、さまざまなデバッグ支援が有効になります。この値はゲームからは書き込まれないため、手動で設定する必要があります。


The options included in this menu are:

  • Toggle Cheat Keys - Doesn't seem to do anything.
  • Toggle Show Mines - Shows all the mines on the field, but only after you have begun playing the game.
  • Test Text - Doesn't seem to do anything.
  • Win - Does exactly as it says; you automatically win the game.

In addition, the game will also allow the player to change the tile and background setting directly through the Game menu.

Regional Differences

Depending on the user's locale, the default is set to mines or flowers. However, this can be changed in the Appearance menu.

XInput Support

An interesting feature that isn't documented anywhere (Help Menu-wise) is XInput (gamepad) support – if the game detects an Xbox 360 controller plugged into a USB port, the P1 corner on the controller will light up, signifying the controller can be used. Possibly undocumented because Microsoft thought people were too used to the traditional controls, and a gamepad would seem odd to use. It's a neat little feature, nonetheless. Something of interest to note, the controller rumbles if the player uncovers a mine.


Button Effect
Left analog stick/D-Pad/Shoulder Buttons/Triggers Moves the cursor. Oddly, they can also be used to navigate the menu bar.
X Puts a flag on wherever the cursor is. When pressing X on a blank space, an error sound plays and the space has a blinking X on it for a second. Oddly, a blank tile that is adjacent to a flagged tile that is a bomb will reveal a blank safe space. Neither of these can be done with a mouse.
A Reveals the space the cursor is on. Does nothing on a blank space.
Y/Start Opens the Game Menu.