What you always want: Minesweeper for Windows 8 now has achievements
Among all the news of Microsoft’s next operating system is one that catches the eye: The old Minesweeper game (Minesweeper) is now completely redesigned, weighs 100 megs and has integrated achievement system on Xbox Live.
The game will deliver 125 points in total for the gamerscore , and following the controversy over the banal achievements system and how people anyway ends extending the life of the games, no reward achievements as basic as “the first time you lose. “
The game has accompanied each operating system release since 1992, Microsoft released Windows 3.1, and even a little casual fun as Minesweeper has been in the eye of the controversy when he campaigned for the game and do not use mine because it offended victims of landmines in the world.
This led Microsoft to offer Windows Vista and Windows 7 both the traditional version of the game as one where the mines were replacing flowers. And in the Minesweeper for Windows 8, the theme ‘garden’ replaces the mines by coccinellids, better known as ‘sissies’, ‘pebbles’, ‘Sprockets’, ‘ladybugs’ and so on.achievements, Microsoft, Minesweeper, Windows 8