Solitaire 330 Deluxe
Board games fans are probably familiar with Magnussoft solitaire games that preceded Solitaire 330 Deluxe. Those would be Magic Cards Solitaire, Magic Cards Solitaire 2: The Fountain of Life, and Solitaire 220 Plus. This new release is quite similar to those even though it offers a whole lot more varieties.
You basically have about 20 categories (Pairs, Spider, Arizona, Gipsy, etc...) and about as many subcategories in each of them.
In Solitaire 330 Deluxe, you actually get to play more than 330 variations of Solitaire (not sure if we really need so many and if the quality suffers when the quantity grows). Some of them are more challenging than the other. Such a great number of variants makes it a bit hard to navigate and choose.
You basically have about 20 categories (Pairs, Spider, Arizona, Gipsy, etc...) and about as many subcategories in each of them. The game keeps track of your progress and saves the statistics of your achievements. The game has a special feature (whether it's a curse or a blessing is up to you to decide) of telling you how many cards remained in the foundation stack when you hover a cursor over it or any card on the board, actually.
The game looks pretty good, though. The cards and backgrounds are hand-drawn. There is a good selection of card faces and backs and backgrounds. Most of them are attractive and bright.
Solitaire 330 Deluxe is a board game with a lot of choices, that's for sure.
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