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» Learn to play with the interactive tutorial
» Sign in to compete in the Daily Challenge

Try to get all your work done before you run out of coffee and candy in Finished! by renowned game designer Friedemann Friese.

Deal 3 cards at a time, like regular solitaire but you can use candy to activate cards to draw more and rearrange them. Gain more candy when you have a run of cards (e.g. 7-8-9). If you love Spider or FreeCell solitaire you'll love Finished!

Finished! features fantastic fun, smooth animation, subtle sound effects and dynamic music that changes with your gameplay. Try the Daily Challenge which Friedemann plays *every* day. See if you can literally beat him at his own game. :)

What’s New

Version 1.0.3

» New *secret* rap song that plays when you score very high
» A little more info on the "End of game" Daily Challenge screen
» Fixed some bugs

If you love Finished! then please tell your friends and try my other games, too :)

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
205 Ratings

205 Ratings

alphasixty ,

Good implementation

Update: Thanks for the reply! Now that I know how to see my Future cards i have no complaints really. To be honest I’m addicted. Five stars

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The problem is when cards get sent to the future I can no longer read what they are since they get pushed beyond the edge of the screen, which to me is essential information. There should be a way I can scroll up to see them if i need to. Also a way to “reset” all my attempts would be appreciated since my first several tries were just learning games.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your review! I need to update the help and tutorial to explain that you can tap and drag down to pull the future cards down to look at them. Also, if you'd like to reset your statistics you can go to the Statistics screen and tap the "Reset..." button in the upper-right. If you're having any trouble getting either of these to work please email me at eric@sniderware.com and I can help!

a neat guy ,

A lovely thing.

I’m enjoying this a great deal, and can finally feel my brain getting accustomed to how things work. The only improvement I can think of is to be able to zoom out the view; I know that I can drag down to see the future row, but my memory isn’t the sharpest because I am an Old Person and I have to keep toggling between views. If I could zoom it out to the field of view used in the tutorial, that would be perfect!

Tanner Hendrickson ,

No portrait mode :(

I am very impressed by this game and can see it becoming one of my go-to games... if a portrait mode somehow gets added. I’m guessing that’s probably not going to happen based on the dev’s other solitaire games using portrait mode as a selling point, but a man can dream...

I’m probably in a fussy minority here, but I am 100% more likely to pick up a quick solitaire game like this if I can easily play with one hand while waiting in line or standing on the train/bus. That said, I did just get a 12 mini that makes landscape mode a bit easier on the wrists. :)

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your great review. Portrait mode for iPhone is on my to-do list. I'm not sure how to fit everything and make it nice but I want to try.

App Privacy

The developer, Eric Snider, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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