A clean, modern take on the classic Klondike variant of Solitaire you've been playing your whole life.
It's as easy as you remember it:
1. Stack descending cards in alternating colors on the board.
2. Send ascending suited cards to their home stacks to clear the board and win the game.
Whether you have two minutes to play or you have your mind set on setting a new personal record, Solitaere will keep you entertained with its beautiful design and intuitive touch controls.
New SPACE theme. Not saying it's exclusively made for the iPhone X, but the true black is something else...
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Looks good, hard to reach
This app assumes my hands are giant or that I always have two hands available to play it. Very annoying. Also, card selection when dragging stacks is weird and unpredictable. But it’s beautiful.
Having issues playing on my iPhone 6s Plus
I want to like this app, but I am having issues. First, it is difficult to get cards to move to a stack, even following the instructions given in the game. Cards seem to get stuck in one spot and it is difficult to drag the whole stack over, or even a single card. The directions give several different options to move stacks/cards and I have tried all of them, but none of them work that well for me.
Next, I was playing a game and I left the app open in the background mid-game. When I returned to my game, I was presented with a new game and my old game had disappeared. There appears to be no option to pause or save a game.
Given these constraints, even though the interface is nice, I may not be playing much unless these issues are resolved.
Edit, updated review: I am enjoying this game despite the above-mentioned limitations. I am therefore upgrading my star rating from three to four stars. The dragging of cards is still too fiddly in my opinion, and the game needs a way to pause or save the current game. Please implement, dev. Thank you.
Great Solitaire, needs undo
This game is amazing — the design is beautiful and the haptics and general gameplay mechanics are excellent. My only qualm is the lack of an undo button for moves which don’t reveal new information. If I accidentally tap the stack to flip three more cards for instance, I should be able to undo one time to go back. If I drag a card out of the stack, I should be able to undo directly afterward to put it back.
I don’t think an infinite undo or an undo of revealing information is good, but if I moved a card to the wrong place and immediately changed my mind then it would be a great addition if it let me move that card back.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.