Final version released, locking topic.
This one is just a quickie... I happened to stumble across it. Remember playing minesweeper back in the day on older versions of Windows? Minesweeper is still there, but it's the same game as it always was, so most folks don't play it much anymore. Enter Mines-Perfect. It is faithful to the original but adds some new twists. There are three new boards: Hexagon, Triangle and 3d Grid. There's also some fun options: Murphy's Law (any square you guess on that might contain a bomb will), Luck Mode (opposite of Murphy's Law), Immunity (mines don't hurt you). You can even save games.
It's got the usual features of the other apps (split app/data directories, live CD support) and it's only 780KB installed.
There is one bug in the package: Documentation from the Help menu doesn't work correctly, at least with Firefox as your default browser. It's linked from the help.html file in the base directory, though.
I'm debating this as a released app and would appreciate some thoughts.
Mines-Portable 1.4 Pre-Release