Solitaire - Review & Install Links
A modern rendition of a card games classic, Solitaire combines familiar rules with all kinds of nice features that make playing it much more comfortable and even addictive. While Solitaire and other similar games seem to have this bad reputation of productivity killers, they are a great way to relax and unwind, too. So let's check this fun game out.
Solitaire is probably the most popular card game in the world, and it owes a huge portion of its great popularity to the simple set of rules. You don't need too much skill to master it, just a little patience and luck. The basic gameplay has been left almost untouched: you stash cards on top of a card that's one number higher, then you move these two cards on top of another one, and so on. Each pile rests upon an ace, and once the pile is finished, it disappears.
There is also a deck that gives you additional cards, but their amount is limited, so you have to play them wisely. The game is won when all piles have disappeared, but if there're still cards on the table by the time you run out of available moves, you lose. You see, these rules are perfectly simple, and this game allows you to experience them in the most familiar way.
The controls are not too crucial for a card game, I mean, you don't need to aim and shoot anything, and the time count matters only for those who just want to beat their last result. Anyway, the game is very comfortable to play in. The controls are smooth, and you can move cards around with ease. The size of the cards allows you to see their numbers clearly, so nothing complicates your matches.
The design of the game is outstanding if you judge by the standards of card games. Of course, they don't have to feature all kinds of special effects, over-the-top animations, and so on. But if there're only cards on a grey or green background, such a game tends to become boring soon. This rendition's a great mix of those two approaches: it's colorful, but there's still nothing too flashy.
However, if you find the classic look boring, there are some options for you. You can choose from a variety of different background and card styles, and there's also these brand new animations. Every aspect of the game looks exceptionally well on mobile phones, so you can enjoy it to the fullest. It doesn't matter if your phone has a small screen – the game will look pretty nice, too.
The game is free, but it's not ad-free. Actually, there are lots of ads, and they can be quite annoying, but that seems to be the price you just have to pay. There're also some in-app purchases that allow you to unlock certain content, but you don't have to purchase anything to have some fun with it.
- Classic gameplay;
- Smooth controls;
- Customization options;
- Annoying ads;
- In-app purchases;
- Occasional bugs;
We all know Solitaire is not the most intellectual game, but it really helps you relax after a day of being smart and productive. So if you like card games, be sure to check it out.
Warning: Users can download the app from the links following the Official Website and legal digital markets.
Uninstall the app:
- Go to Settings menu
- Choose Apps or Application manager
- Touch the app you want to remove
- Press Uninstall