If you’re looking for a way to digitally play many solitaire variants on the go it’s a enough solid option
Super casual games are always a bit of a challenge to review in many ways, especially ones for games that are traditionally played analog without the need for a game system or computer. That said, I’ll admit that over the years I racked up some serious Freecell time. What works well here is that the games are presented well, there are multiple Solitaire variants to enjoy, and obviously while the game is playable docked with a controller it is much quicker and more efficient to play in handheld mode on the touchscreen. Everything is pretty light, it tends to give you clear instructions on various special card conditions, and while you’ll win often the random draw means you’ll lose sometimes as well no matter how well you play, obviously consistent with the normal game. About my only hesitation is that I prefer the theming of the similar, but slightly elevated, Regency Solitaire that adds a layer of narrative fun to the party, this is more of a straight-forward affair.
Justin Nation, Score: