What is Simple Solitaire Collection?
Play Solitaire with this simple game!
Currently you can play AcesUp, Canfield, Forty&Eight, FreeCell, Golf, Grandfathers Clock, Gypsy, Klondike, Mod3, Pyramid, SimpleSimon, Spider, Tripeaks, Vegas and Yukon. If you want me to add more games, please tell me.
Highly customizable: There are 8 different looking card sets in this game, 18 different card backgrounds and 6 different background colours. So you have a large choice to customize your experience!
Set up difficulty: You can set up the difficulty for Klondike, Spider, Pyramid and Golf in the settings!
Automatic saving: The current game will be saved every time you pause or close the app. So you can continue your game where you left it!
High Score list: When winning a game, your score will be saved in a list of up to 10 high scores.
Game features: This game has a undo function to take back up to 20 card movements. A hint function shows you up to 3 possible card movements at once.
Left handed mode: There is a option for left handed people to mirror the card positions to the left side of the screen.
No ads: This game is completely free without ads, tracking or something else. Just have fun :)
Landscape and tablet support: You can switch to landscape mode, this is better for larger screens. It is also possible to lock the orientation in the settings
You can find the source code here: https://github.com/TobiasBielefeld/Simple-Solitaire
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Comments and Reviews
Recent user activities on Simple Solitaire Collection
- added Simple Solitaire Collection as alternative(s) to KPatience
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- reviewed Simple Solitaire Collectionla
I don't like Simple Solitaire on my laptop because it cheats and the cards aren't chosen randomly. I can sometimes play a dozen games without winning because it hides the essencial cards. It often gives the same numbered card when the top one is revealed.