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I still believe it would be off-topic. My reasoning is: If we go by the tags definition, we only allow these questions when they contain a screenshot, video, or audio clip, none of which you will be able to provide it sounds. Your four bullet points would all be based off of a "description of what you can recall from memory", to quote the tag. ...


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Due to the reasons outlined in this meta question, Minesweeper questions asking to solve a specific board should be closed as duplicate of more general questions. There is no benefit to leaving these questions open and having the same answers under each question, when the goal of duplicates, and Stack Exchange as a whole, is to have all relevant information ...


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Like I stated in the comments I'm against this suggestion. The main reason for this simply that there are not enough Minesweeper questions. We currently have 17 questions (~2 per year) about Minesweeper, of which only a very low amount would be closed (the three questions posted above = one question every three years). The change would be extremely minor and ...


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After additional research and following some tutorials to create a few packs, I think an argument can be made for having BE packs be on-topic. This answer is based on the condition the game was at on version 1.17.11. I am certainly not an expert in this particular topic, so feel free to point out any mistakes and offer suggestions to make this answer ...


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No. To align with the 'no game identification except if you have some very precice information' directive, I would say the ­terminology tag works in the way of explaining a term, not giving a loose description and getting the term as an answer. So a question like the one asked in the post would be off topic. But a question like this would be on topic What ...


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It's clear that community opinion on this issue has shifted, and so the tag wiki summary for terminology has been updated to the following (thanks to galacticninja): For questions that ask what a gaming-specific term means, or what the terminology is for a gaming-specific concept Various members of the community have also gone through and reopened ...


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To align with the 'no game identification except if you have some very precice information' directive, I would say the ­terminology tag works in the way of explaining a term, not giving a loose description and getting the term as an answer. So a question like the one asked in the post would be off topic. But a question like this would be on topic What does ...


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Tag wiki policy information must be based on community consensus (in a meta post). Should a question be closed because it does not align with a tag’s wiki? Yes. But only if: the policy stated in the tag wiki reflects community consensus. In this case, it didn't, so it should not have been closed. Reviewing the relevant meta post At the time your question ...


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