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Question: In the era of Windows 95, how Microsoft could expect from users to automatically know how to play the game Minesweeper? Today, we have internet everywhere, but not widely available that time. Tbh, I even don't know now how to play this game. Do you know? Also, Windows 95 sounds like much newer version than Windows 10, Microsoft's version numbering logic is weird, haha.
Asked by Abhi (103.195.215.x) on April 24 2019, 1:08pm
Reply on April 24 2019, 5:24pm:
    Maybe there was a Windows 95 user guide? :)

  • Posted by Pony (78.152.169.x) on April 25 2019, 6:34am:
    Interesting question :) , so how good are you at Minesweeper(beginner/intermediate/expert), Justin? :)

  • Posted by Justin on April 25 2019, 1:30pm:
    I get the rules and can succeed a good percentage of the time, but not always...

  • Posted by Pony (78.152.169.x) on April 25 2019, 1:58pm:
    So much time passed from school days and video gaming evolved so much, but minesweeper is still one of the best games for me, lol )

  • Posted by Michael Dean (98.127.53.x) on April 30 2019, 4:59am:
    Minesweeper was pretty intuitive. No one showed me how to use it, I just started clicking in it and after a bunch of clicks, it was pretty obvious how to play.

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