This is a clon of Minesweeper for the CP/M operating system.
This is a clon (yes, one more!) of MineSweeper for CP/M with supported CRTs, derived from the plain CP/M version (and itself from the Amstrad PCW & Samaruc GUI version).
It should run in any version of the CP/M operating system, running in any computer with a supported CRT, and a Z80 CPU.
To start the game, type at the CP/M prompt the following:
TTY_NAME is one of the supported TTY names,
and follow the instructions.
To know the supported TTYs, just type
ftm at the CP/M prompt - ie:
A>ftm Usage: ftm tty_name Supported TTY names: VT52 VT100 PCW CPC SPECTRUM KAYPRO
The aim of the game is to find all the mines on the board, putting a flag on them and uncovering the other squares.
If you uncover a mine, you lose the game.
There are three different levels:
In the board, a number on a square means the quantity of mines around it.
To uncover a square, you must enter a command telling its position as row and column - ie:
To put or remove a flag on a square, you must append a F character to the command - ie: