Mines In Space takes the old Minesweeper game that used to come for free with Windows and tricks it out with all kinds of crazy bells and whistles. Not only will this game generate enormous classic Minesweeper puzzles for you, it also supplies three Minesweeper variants that turn the classic game on its head. Finally, there’s a “Final Frontier” progressive quest mode that feeds you 100 mixed challenges in a row, which is enough to keep you busy for a while. This game has a ton of content for $1.99, as well as stellar production values, but the one thing it doesn’t seem to do is let you play an untimed game, and that’s a big oversight. Still, it absolutely merits a 3.