An old solitaire game with a whole legend behind him. Canfield is a solitaire as popular as Klondike, but requires a lot of planning. If you want to tackle a new patience card game, it deserves a chance.
Russian is a “simple” variant of Yukon Solitaire, with a different Tableau building rule. It needs a lot more attention and strategy to succeed. But it's more rewarding each time you win a game.
Yukon is another classic solitaire card game, just like its popular “cousin” Klondike but with some extra rules. With all cards dealed and no Stock pile, you will have to rack your brain to win and improve your game.
I'm a little late, but a few words to introduce a new solitaire game that I added at the beginning of the year. Aces Up is a popular solitaire, it doesn't need a big space and it is easy peasy to play.
Solitaire-Play turns three years... This time, I added a new kind of solitaire. Even if “Monte Carlo” is more a pair matching card game than a classic solitaire, do not miss this catchy little game.
Solitaire-Play turns two years this summer! I always procrastinated, but it's really time to release the Klondike “Turn Three” version... It wasn't difficult to develop the code, but a lot harder to win the game.
One of my favourites solitaire game is Cruel. Klondike is easy to start, Golf is fast to play, but Cruel is really addictive to win. You have to try this game if you want to train your concentration and challenge your perseverance.
Currently, Solitaire-Play website offers only two card games: the classic Klondike solitaire and a Golf solitaire. But I expect to create more solitaire games this year.
When you play Golf on phone, in portrait mode, game over dialog hides cards on the Foundation. As you can't see the last draw, you can't be sure your last move was the good one.
A little over a year after the release of Klondike Solitaire online, I finally find enough time to code another solitaire card game. So, let's play Golf, like the one in Microsoft Entertainment Pack for Windows.
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