Solitaire's review

    Published: 2017-06-19, by .

    Get all your cards classified by suit and in an ascending order

    • Highly customisable settings
    • Classic and addicting card game
    • Poor audio effects

    "A classic but renovated game"


    Solitaire is a classic game that everyone has played at least once in his life. The aim of the game is getting all your cars classified by suit and in an ascending order.

    But what makes this Solitaire game different from the others is its highly customisable settings, that allow you to decide about every little aspect of the game. You can choose, for example, the screen orientation, the position of the deck, the card design, the background or the type of scoring.

    In addition, you can check your game statistics in order to see your improvement. However, if you don't understand how the game works, don't worry, because you can check in the information button everything that you need to know for playing.


    This Solitaire version is so customisable that will make your experience playing it really adapted to your preferences. And don't forget that classic games are always fun!


    If you press the bulb button the game will tell you the possible card movements you can do, and that can make the game too easy. Don't be lazy and try to guess how to complete the game by yourself.


    by Miquel

    Jun 19, 2017

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    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Mar 11, 2017  |  "Awesome"


    Mike Fowler

    by Mike Fowler

    Feb 14, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Classic. Meditatation

    JM Sawyer

    by JM Sawyer

    Feb 12, 2017  |  "Great"

    When you click on the ace or other cards that SHOULD automatically go to the above row, they first go below first. That makes for 2 moves instead of what could be 1 move.

    zee zee

    by zee zee

    Jan 22, 2017  |  "OK"

    LOVE the fact that it doesn't need a lot of permissions. I HATE that like so many of these games, the makers seem to think you're more likely to click on an ad if you see more of them, and so they make you lose quickly. Well, I've got news for them, I just rework each game about five times (using undo), then when I get tired of losing, I uninstall, like I'm now doing this one. Each game should be like a puzzle: if you work on it long enough, eventually you will find the winning combination.

    Gloria Bagnall

    by Gloria Bagnall

    Jan 12, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Cards move too fast

    Alberta Knox

    by Alberta Knox

    Jan 11, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Do not like