Yes, you think you've played them all. Not this one. Casey's Solitaire is a tough game to win, so you may as well have some fun and let our parrot Casey help. Casey doesn't play cards, Casey plays WITH cards, and he's especially interested in the deck you're using right now.
Casey, put that down.
Based on a solitaire game called "Sir Tommy," not to mention the author's real life parrot, your goal is to build up on the aces until the whole deck is neatly stacked in four piles. This isn't Klondike though and it's tougher than you'd think, so for the wimps among us (we have no problem including ourselves in this group,) lots of preferences allow you to control the difficulty of the game. Turn them all on to cheat a little. No one will know. This is solitaire, right?
Casey! I said put that down.
Sorry. Casey gets a little excited about solitaire. Sometimes he...loses control. You'll need that box of tissues. If you don't clean up after him, the cards will stick together and there's no way you can finish a game without all the cards.
For crying out loud Casey, get on your perch to do that.
There's an "undo" to make things easier, and a choice of 25 different table background patterns. See your game history and scores at any time. Turn off the sound if Casey gets too loud, and if --
Casey! Let go! Shoo!
-- if things get too bad, you can put Casey back in his cage so he can't "help" any more. Yes, that's right. You can play the game straight up if you want. Like normal people do. People who aren't bird-brained.
Full documentation is right in the app, no internet required, so read up. No ads and no silly permissions, Casey doesn't care who your contacts are because they aren't parrots. Move to SD supported. Best on tablets, because Casey needs some room, you know. Playable on little phone screens, though some of the icons are pretty tiny, as long the screen is at least 480 pixels wide.
So you think you can live with a parrot?
Casey, give that back. Oh, for...
Any problems, hit the developer email please.