Train your brain with a daily dose of Solitaire! This modern take on a classic card game will keep you sharp. Simple and intuitive gameplay with a minimalistic design so that nothing gets between you and the game.
Try it out!
-Draw 1 card
-Draw 3 cards
-Easy to read cards
-Intuitive tap to play
-Right or left handed play
-Auto-save, so you never lose your progress
How to Win:
---Move all 52 cards up to the four foundations in sequential order, Ace to King, for each suit
---There are 7 Tableau columns with the last card of each face-up. Any face-up card can be moved onto another card on the Tableaus if it is in descending order of alternating colors, e.g. 8 of Hearts on a 9 of clubs or Jack of spades on Q of Diamonds. You can also move multiple cards at a time if they are already in descending order of alternating colors. In addition to using cards from the Tableaus, you can also play cards out of the Stock/Deck. You can choose (in settings) if you would like to pull 3 cards or 1 card at a time from the Stock. When a Tableau column is completely empty, the available space can be filled with a King. As they become available, cards from Ace to King can be moved from the Stock or the Tableaus to the Foundations.
We are here to help:
---You will learn quickly we promise! If you get stuck, tap on any card and the app will automatically make a valid move if one exists.
Ratings and Reviews
Needs a few things, but is very fun!
I’ve literally never played solitaire before... and I might have just not noticed it but can you please ad a tutorial on how to play? I was very confused in the beginning. The Auto-solve at the end is good for beginners but is almost like cheating for those who are capable of doing it themselves. Dark mode is cool, but hard to get used to. The sound effects are nice and the audio is smooth. No bugs I can spot so this is a very good app! Totally recommend.
I was super excited when I first saw this game, I love playing solitaire and consider myself average at playing, but THIS GAME IS IMPOSSIBLE TO WIN!! I am really frustrated, I start playing and get to a certain point where I can’t do anything. I think ok I must of done something wrong, no biggie, I try the level again. Do it a little differently this time but get stuck in about the same spot, I try this level a few more times with the same outcome, I finally decide it must be an unsolvable game or I’m not good at it. So I try a completely new game and the same exact thing happens that happened with the last. At that point I’m frustrated, solitaire is not supposed to be a stressful game, and now that I’m thinking back on it I’m wondering why I wasted my time even getting angry over it.
I try playing different games but I get the same outcome every time.
I wish they had playable levels and maybe it would be nice if we could chose the difficulty of the game.
Deals are not random
Almost every time I play, I wind up with 4 cards of the same number showing after the deal or after my initial moving of cards, before I begin drawing cards. Similarly, I seem to get all black or all red cards dealt out. Both of these situations happen way more frequently than one could expect by chance. I believe the math behind the number generator for the cards is faulty, resulting in deals that are not random. This could be fine, if the deal wasn’t skewed toward showing all the same color and/or all the same card denominations. This means that you must watch ads so you can play for free much more frequently than otherwise. Also, it’s just not that much fun.
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- Staple Games, LLC
- 48.6 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.