Age of solitaire is a city building card game based on klondike solitaire rule.
A solitaire game that anyone can enjoy easily. It can be a bit challenging but fun!
Build your city while playing solitaire games!
Enjoy the excitement of completing the card stack with the new city-building solitaire during various civilization eras!
Familiar and addictive card game
- Age of solitaire is a classic Klondike solitaire game that anyone can enjoy.
- You can enjoy the joy of constructing various cities with proven fun.
- Offline mode available
Overcoming the crisis with helpful items
- Using the Undo item, you can make up for mistakes.
- Use Hint item to find out your next move.
- Open -1 card Item to lower the difficulty level.
- Shuffle item lets you shuffle unopened cards.
When deleting apps, game data will be deleted together.
We are constantly updating the game to make it a better game.
This version contains several bug fixes and performance enhancements.
Please keep the latest version for smooth game play.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I had obviously played solitaire before. Who hasn’t? But after I saw this game advertised a few times I said why not? There’s nothing to lose. Well I am very glad I did because this game is very engaging. You wouldn’t think that simply adding on the concept that you could build something for winning would really change the game, but it definitely did for me. It provides more of a motivation to keep playing and/or go back to playing if you had to stop.
The only problem is too many ads. Now I know that people say that about a lot of games but I never really cared that much before. But here you’ll get to a new level or something and you have to watch an ad. And then when the game looks like it’s starting again - oh no! Here comes yet another ad. That’s not fair. Doubling up on commercials just sounds greedy. So please stop it.
But that’s my only complaint which means it really is a good game.
Addictive game but ads have problems
I’ve played a ton of this game. It’s a nice way to zone out. But there are a few bugs with ads that make it really frustrating. Ads sometimes pause other audio (like podcasts or music) and then the podcast fails to restart after the ad is done. When you restart the podcast yourself, when you come back to the game you are immediately bombarded with another ad which pauses the background podcast again. They game can get stuck in this cycle. It seems dependent on what ad service is being called. Some ads are ok. Some ads have no sound enabled (the best). This happens with the phone set to silent and the in-game audio set to silent. I have very much enjoyed this game and would pay a small amount of money to take ads away forever. Another bug with ads is sometimes you can accidentally suspend the app on iPhone X depending on where you rest your hand while playing. This causes ads to spam as the game thinks you have re-opened the app after suspending it. An example is accidentally swiping any native apple menu from the top or bottom of the screen. I would change my review to 5 stars if the app consistently played nicely with background audio and didn’t get stuck in ad loops after suspending the app.
Could be a 4/5 but...
...for a couple things. First, I don’t mind paying for an ad free experience but $4.99 for a solitaire game (with one variation only at that) is a tad steep. Throw in a few different variations. Make the difficulty match the number of points you get to upgrade the village (e.g. Klondike only nets you a hundred or so points while Spider nets you double that) Still, the ad free version is far more enjoyable to play and I’m old school and love Klondike.
Second, why is it so difficult for companies to implement syncing of game data through Game Center? Yes, you technically can sync your game through Game Center...manually...every time you switch devices (e.g. iPhone to iPad and back again). Why not sync data up after each game and down in first load? Make this a pro feature—no ads AND automatic sync—if you must but please make this a feature.
Third, iPads still exist and I’m assuming many people, like myself, use them in landscape more, especially when charging. A lot of apps seem to forget this and this one is no exception. Please provide a landscape mode for this game.
- Sticky Hands Inc.
- 389.5 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2017 StickyHands Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Shuffle 5 $1.99
- Shuffle 25 $6.99
- Special Package $8.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.