Mine Sweeper Touch is an enjoyable version of Minesweeper for Symbian phones.
The purpose of Mine Sweeper Touch, as with the classic Windows version of the puzzle game, is to identify the location of all the mines on a grid. Tap a square on the grid to reveal it. You will either hit a bomb (in which case it's game over), a blank square, or a number. The number reveals how many mines are adjacent to that square.
If you think you've deduced where a mine is you flag it in Mine Sweeper Touch by long pressing on it. The number of mines you have flagged is shown at the bottom of the screen, so you know how many you've got left to look for (assuming your guesses are correct).
Mine Sweeper Touch is a fairly no-frills version of the Minesweeper game. There are three difficulty levels (10 mines, 15 mines or 20 mines) to choose, but apart from that there's nothing original that's been added to the original format, and the graphics are pretty basic.
That said, if you're a fan of Minesweeper on the PC, Mine Sweeper Touch is well worth downloading on your phone.