Monthly Archives: May 2013

Minesweeper Flags Extreme goes Java and dot net

For almost six years I have been working on the Minesweper Flags Extreme project but there has been a huge amount of development during the past six months.

The first version of AI Nightmare appeared only three months ago, and even though it is still not finished there are only a handful of people in the world who manage to win more than 50% of the games.

To expand the site I’ve acquired the domain minesweeperflags.net (along with the domains .org, .info and .biz).

A few months ago I also launched a new statistics page dedicated to Minesweeper Flags Extreme, which can be located at http://stats.minesweeperflags.net (or stats.zomis.net if you’re lazy). The stats domain is running a Java web application on an Apache Tomcat server.

And in case you wondered, the Minesweeper Flags Extreme project is far from being “finished”. Who knew so many things can be done with the simple Minesweeper?

Go and play Minesweeper Flags Extreme now!