MicroSweeper is Minesweeper-like game intended for J2ME-capable (MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1) hand-held devices. The game allows optional determinism, which when turned on, ensures that each mine can be discovered without guessing. Besides the traditional game, it provides a pseudo-hexagonal grid and games with various "neighborhood" patterns, where the number on the field is computed from mines located further from the field itself.
Mindbender is a game which works like Mastermind, but is easier to use. Instead of colors, you use numbers from 1-9. It's a four-digit code you have to solve, as in Mastermind. You can set the number of tries in a separate file or you can use a small setup manager. It's a very small project.
Minesweeper 3K is an original implementation of the classic game of Mines. Games can be saved and loaded. High scores are saved by level. The game is paused when the window loses focus. Several styles of the game are available, with the possibility to add new styles without having to change the code. The game is internationalized in five languages.
Minetest-Classic is a fork of Minetest-C55, an infinite-world block sandbox game and a game engine, inspired by InfiniMiner, Minecraft and the like. It aims to improve speed, fix bugs, and add features and functionality. The game includes over 400 blocks, craft items, and tools, in both functional and decorative types. Minetest-Classic has a focus on immersive gameplay where in-world mechanisms are preferred over special commands, such as using incinerators instead of a /pulverise command, or craft guides being implemented as part of the in-game book system, rather than as a special menu item. In addition to single player mode, online multi-player is also available.