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If you like Windows Solitaire, you're going to love this app!
The same classic Windows Solitaire game plus the ability to control card movements naturally by just swiping or tapping the cards on your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad.
We've always strived to stay true to the classic game of Solitaire (also known as Klondike, the most popular version of Solitaire), and now we've added an ALL NEW Daily Challenge Feature. Each day you’ll receive a unique Daily Challenge. Solve the Daily Challenge and receive a crown for that day. Earn trophies each month by winning more crowns!
Play the classic game you love all by yourself or you can also compete against other players in real-time. Our Solitaire can deal the same hand to multiple players so they can compete against each other at the same time. You can have your choice of challenging your friends or be matched up against a completely random player. Exciting!
As one of our users proudly states, "I never thought I'd say Solitaire makes for a fun social game, but the latest version is pretty impressive and knowing that I'm competing against others has changed the motivation to play completely."
Haven't won a deal in a while? Winning Deals are now available. You can configure the game so that we deal you hands that are guaranteed to have at least one winning solution. Still can't figure out how to win? The "Show Me How To Win" feature is there to help walk you through the moves required to win the deal.
Think you have the best Solitaire score around? With Apple's Game Center enabled, you can check the Game Center leaderboards to see how your Solitaire skills stack up against players all around the world!
Honored by Apple in their 2010 Rewind List, MobilityWare's Solitaire supports drag-and-drop and Tap-To-Move card movements, both portrait and landscape modes, and your game is saved when you get a call or other interruption - features not all iPhone/iPod touch/iPad apps support.
This is a universal app, playable in the best resolution available for each Apple device.
-NEW Daily Challenges
-Show Me How To Win
-Game Center leaderboards
-Draw 1 card
-Draw 3 cards
-Custom card backs
-Right or left handed play
-Game state saved when interrupted
-Auto complete to finish game
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What's New in Version 4.1.0
Added 64-bit support
Improved orientation lock setting
Starts Good, Gets Worse
This would be a fine game if it was always the way it was when you first started playing. The ads get more and more frequent until there's an ad before each game. And the games get harder and harder. They're not "random" as the game says they are. For instance, you move a card and frequently —more frequently than would be the case if the game were really random—the card underneath is the same rank. For example, move a five of spades and the card underneath is a five of hearts. This kind of thing, and other tricks like it on the part of the developers, can make the hand unwinnable. And so the percentage of unwinnable hands is much higher than chance alone would dictate. Why would the developers do this? Because a winnable hand takes longer to play. And that means more time between ads. And that means less money for the developers. So here's the gist of this review: the developers are being dishonest in order to make more money, and the game is not as much fun because of it. I chalk this up to the developers probably not being raised right and having bad parents. Shame on them and their parents.
Some of the cards do not have pictures
I like the way that the cards have numbers and pictures. My favorite picture is the king with the heart. Did anyone notice that there is also a queen with a heart? The black ones have pictures and numbers too also as like the red ones. The other really good thing is that you can not get any of the cards to be backwards in the deck and this is a really good thing because otherwise you would not be able see them when you play the game. Not being able to see the cards would be a bad thing because you would not be able to play the game. There are also no jokers in the deck. Ok I have to go now and arrange my sock drawer because all of the red socks are mixed up with the black ones. I also forgot that I learned that farts do not have lumps and my mother was gay but she was dumber than a bag of hammers
I'd pay for this.
This is a great game. Absolutely wonderful. I'm the type of person who likes to play a few games in bed before I fall asleep. It's always calming and enjoyable. Some games are harder than others but that's good. I wouldn't want to win every time anyway. That would be no fun. I very much enjoy the daily challenges. they keep me coming back!
I recommend that something be done about the hint button though. You have to cycle through the deck several times before you can see that the game is un-winnable by seeing the message, "no more valid moves" or whatever it says. This is frustrating as it only serves to waste time. The game should be programmed to constantly search for possible moves left, not only the cards that are up on the deck.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Feb 25, 2015
- Version: 4.1.0
- Size: 34.9 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese
- Seller: Mobilityware
- © 2015 MobilityWare
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.