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January 10th, 2010

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Super Minesweeper --- Unusual Patterns

Squared Octagons
Sizes:
Regular, Large
Difficulty: Easy Click for Picture
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Despite the very unsual tiles you have to deal with this is a very simple pattern to play. It's even very consistent which makes the Backwards and Mega-Mine game modes fun to play on these boards too!
Pinwheel Tiles
Sizes:
Regular, Large
Difficulty: Moderate/Hard Click for Picture
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Very large pinwheel tiles await you in large quantities on these two boards. There's a little bit of consistency, but not much since every different kind of tile touches a different number of tiles. All that said, so long as you stay out of Backwards mode there's nothing about these boards that's too challenging.
Starfield
Sizes:
Regular, Large
Difficulty: Very Hard Click for Picture
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This is another one of those deceivingly difficult boards that doesn't look so hard on the outside and causes brain damage on the inside. (Metaphorically speaking.) Just take your time and make sure you're ultra careful about which tiles you click on when you play a board from this pattern.
Shattered Squares
Sizes:
Regular, Large
Difficulty: Moderate Click for Picture
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Although these boards are very consistent they can be a little too hard if you rush into them. Each big square in these boards touches 8 other tiles, while every other tile touches 6. A little minesweeper math will go a long way in getting you through a board from this pattern.
'T' Shapes
Sizes:
Regular, Large
Difficulty: Hard/Extreme Click for Picture
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This pattern is about as consistent as TV static, which means Backwards mode is going to be as close to impossible as you can get without going insane. If you're not up for that kind of challenge then you should just stick with Classic mode on these boards.
Big Diamonds
Sizes:
Regular, Large
Difficulty: Moderate Click for Picture
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This pattern sure looks intimidating enough, but it's only about average in difficulty, not to mention has a bit of consistency. The big diamonds each touch 12 other tiles, the hexagons touch 5 and the really weird looking irregular septagons touch 6.
Techno Grid
Sizes:
Regular, Large
Difficulty: Moderate Click for Picture
Click for Pic
Another highly intimidating pattern who's gaze isn't as deadly as it seems. There is a bit of consistency between the tiles so take advantage of that and you should be fine.
Crossed Octagons
Sizes:
Regular, Large
Difficulty: Easy/Very Hard Click for Picture
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So long as you stay out of Backwards mode these boards are super-easy, even though they certainly don't look it. If you're going to take on Backwards mode you have to keep in mind that practically every tile touches a different number of tiles.
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