Solitaire, a game review

A game/video game review written by: Lee Sonogan
(18th Century) Card game

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“How To Play The Game Layout of the game. At the beginning of the game, there are 28 cards arranged in seven columns at the bottom of the screen. The first column to the left of the screen has one card; the second column has two cards and so forth. The top card at each column always faces up and the rest below the top cards usually face down. There are 24 cards that are found at the top left corner”
― WiWi Gaming, Solitaire Game: Ultimate Edition

This game is about using playing with a standard pack of 52 cards. The cards are then used as a mathematical game to win. Patience, or solitaire is a single player game or you can go head to head against someone in Patience. This game is so popular, nearly every modern computer in the world has it.

The purpose of Solitaire generally involves manipulating a layout of cards with a goal of sorting them in some manner. Solitaire games typically involve dealing cards from a shuffled deck into a prescribed arrangement on a tabletop, from which the player attempts to reorder the deck by suit and rank through a series of moves transferring cards from one place to another under limiting restrictions.

Some games allow for the reshuffling of the deck, and/or the placement of cards into new or ’empty’ locations. In the most familiar, general form of Solitaire, the object of the game is to build up four blocks of cards going from ace to king in each suit, taking cards from the layout if they appear on the table.

Once you play this game on a computer. You want to break your record in winning the game. Played Solitaire so much on a computer that I taught my self how to set it up with a pack of cards. The ending when you win is very satisfying. I recommend this game and video game to people who need to kill some time and can not think of anything else.

6.15/10

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