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A jam submission

Vaporwave MinesweeperView game page

A vaporwave version of minesweeper. For all of us fans of the A E S T H E T I C.
Submitted by droopysmurfs — 1 day, 2 hours before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Gameplay#112.5562.800
Graphics#112.3732.600
Audio#121.0951.200
Overall#122.3732.600

Ranked from 5 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Submitted

Well, it is minesweeper and i tend to suck at this game :-P. I like the "A E S T H E T I C" though :-).

Developer

It would appear that the cwsdpmi issue is a simple mistake of a dev (me) not reading the manual.  DJGPP loads cwsdpmi automatically.  When I started another instance of Dosbox that didn't have a DJGPP install, I received the same error as DSH3LL.  I added cwsdpmi to the download page.  Hopefully it works now.

Submitted

A simple minesweeper game. It works (even if I am bad at minesweeper). I mostly like the vaporwave background colors in this game :)

Submitted

I also had issues running this under DOSBox version 0.74.3.0 with my OS being Win 10. The error I got was:

Load error: no DPMI - Get csdpmi*b.zip

I googled it and it seemed downloading cwsdpmi.exe was supposed to help but I got a page fault error after dropping cwsdpmi.exe into the same directory as MINESWEE.EXE. I downloaded from "https://dosgames.com/files/cwsdpmi.zip"

Submitted

Had to download CWSDPMI.EXE to get it to run on DOSBox under Win 10.  When it ran, it only came up with the background and didn't seem to respond to any mouse clicks or key presses, and nothing useful appeared in DOSBox consoler either.  Maybe I did something wrong. :(

Developer

Hmm, what fork (if any) of DOSBox are you using?  I'm using DOSBOX-ECE and it works just fine for me without CWSDPMI. EXE.  Perhaps DOSBOX-ECE has something built in and I didn't realize it.  I'll try it on a vanilla version of DOSBOX and see how it behaves.