It is difficult to rework some classic ideas after years, but sometimes a fresh layer of paint is enough for fun. The producer of the free version of the cult Sapera, who in Minesweeper Chest transferred the whole idea to the fantasy world, came up with this assumption. We are still looking for hidden bombs, but this time we visit dungeons and open boxes in them to clear the area. The game is, of course, about finding and marking all explosives. Depending on the difficulty level and the size of the layout, it can be even over a hundred. We have ancient chests in front of our eyes. Some reveal free fields and digits, indicating more or less where the bombs have been deployed in the area plus how many of them are nearby. These bad lucky ones, of course, contain explosive surprises, ending the game. What counts is not only the efficient discovery of unexploded ordnance, but also the time in which we will do so. The clock is constantly counting down the following seconds. The boxes can be spread on several or even several screens. You can move between them by holding down the right mouse button and moving it. By holding down the button over the treasure, you can either colour it red or place a plate when you are not sure.