Hi! Are you an avid programmer looking for a way to code for the greater good? Are you a curious
philanthropist eager to help out a community?
Well look no further! Welcome to Kurius' beta launch of our open-source platform HackItForward!
HackItForward Beta Launch
& A Thank You Gift
As this is only the beta version of our platform, we are expecting there to be some bugs that we
unfortunately could not catch during production. If you happen to notice anything wrong, please let
us know in our discord server, or
submit an issue notice on our github repo.
For being among our very first users, you will recieve a very special badge as a token of thanks when
you sign up! We hope you enjoy using HackItForward!
This is my attempt at recreating the game Minesweeper with Python and Pygame. There are many things I would like to add on, but time constraints (read: procrastination) have prevented me from being able to add them.
How to Play
The grid has mines hidden in it! You win if you uncover all the grid squares without uncovering any of the mines. If you click on a mine, you lose! Left-click on any grid square to uncover it. Covered squares are orange, while uncovered squares are green. Each square will contain a number, which is the number of mines surrounding it. Empty squares have no mines surrounding them. You can also right-click on a grid square to add a flag to it, if you think it contains a mine. You can also right-click again to unflag a flagged square. Use logic and a little bit of luck to win!
How It's Built
I built this game using Python and the Pygame library. I didn't use any tools except for my IDE (Pycharm) and the Pygame docs.