Solitaire is the simplest and one of the most popular games for Mac owners. This classic game has now been revamped in the Full Deck Solitaire game. This high quality game is free to download and play. It comes with 22 solitaire games that come in just one package. These variations include some of the most well-known spreads like Spider Solitaire, Pyramid and Klondike. However, there are many more variations to the game as well. These include Thieves of Egypt and TriPeaks. For those who love to play Solitaire games, this package would be a complete entertainer. It comes with optional sound effects for a complete card playing experience.
The interface is uncluttered and the decks are neat. The game, in itself, is quite intuitive allowing you to simply focus on the game and nothing else. The variety is also good and it can give you hours of entertainment with different kinds of spreads. If the players wish, they can even switch to the animated backgrounds section. Here, you will find a beach with a moonlit backdrop and some sea waves touching the shore. If you are stressed out, it would be a pleasantly relaxing experience for you.
There are three decks that you can chose from. These are: large print, clean and antique decks. Additionally, the users are allowed to create a custom deck or custom card backs which is an appreciable little feature to keep the players engaged. There are some extensive stats displayed for each game. These stats are displayed at the bottom of the window, making them even more accessible. Other features include hints and a ‘redo’ button should you want to re-play some of your moves.
There are many small and beautiful features in this app that will appeal to users. This is a recommended game for Mac users the world over.
Beep on no move has been removed.
Resize window has been reverted.
Hint color scheme has been changed slightly to help with color blind players.
Fix to correct play in "Castle".
Fix for hint system in "Scorpion".
Fix for 5 high straight flush in "Hold'em".
Fix for not being able to fold in "Hold'em".