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Napoleon Square Solitaire

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    Napoleon Square Solitaire

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    Napoleon Square Solitaire's review

    Published: 2014-02-04, by Ana Gracia.

    A classic app with a challenging gameplay

    6.8
    • Always fun
    • Easy to learn
    • Different from other solitaire games
    • Not for everyone
    • Design could be better

    "Semi-Circumference Solitaire"

    Napoleon Square Solitaire is a classic game for those who enjoy having a little time for themselves every now and then. Napoleon Square Solitaire allows you to have fun by yourself and improve your logic skills as well as your organization abilities.

    The objective in the popular card game is to sort out all the cards from Ace to King and organize them by suit. As the main difference, in this particular Solitaire game, the cards are laid out in a semi-circumference shape and the process to complete the game is way more challenging, as you need to place all the cards on the eight available block and you can't remove them to change your luck.

    You should try to think before you do any moves and reflect on which one's the best way to accomplish your objective, based on the cards you're given. This task might not always be as easy as you'd think before trying it out.

    Although the gameplay can engage you instantly, we feel like the overall design of the interface could be enhanced to make it look more polished and professional.

    Qiz is the developer of Napoleon Solitaire, a fun yet simple application for those who're in search of something straight-forward and entertaining enough.

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    by Anna , Appszoom

    Feb 04, 2014

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    "A classic app with a challenging gameplay" - appszoom.com

    «Napoleon Square Solitaire» – is one among most intricate, yet exciting card solitaires.
    Playing it requires peculiar attention and caution.
    Your aim is to sort out all cards into eight blocks by suit and rank, starting from the Ace and finishing with the King.

    Each block should contain the cards of one and the same suit only. This very card game has the strategy like to
    Free Cell solitaire. However, unlike to the latter, you should free this very cell by yourselves.

    We would like to advise you to catch and remember the Aces position at the initial layout.
    That will help you free the Aces rapidly and increase your chances for successful win.
    Select the easy level for training before going to advanced.

    Users review

    from 110 reviews

    "Great"

    8.4