DOSMINE is an unusual step backwards -- a porting of the Windows game Minesweeper back to MS-DOS. (But surely you could have guessed that from its name!)
In short, you are presented with a grid field of concealed cels, some of which contain game-ending land mines; those that don't will either vaguely indicate how many mines are cumulatively located in the spaces adjacent, or clear all nearby territory as "safe" until the next mine-abutting cel is reached. The player has the option of flagging a cel as potentially mine-containing or taking a leap of faith, crossing their fingers and stepping on it with their virtual foot. (This is all rendered in extremely abstract textmode.)
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