ABC Solitaire - A Brain Game of Puzzle
Developer: Shen Zhongyuan
Current Version: 6.0
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 11.1 MB - Download
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This is the most difficult, unique and addictive puzzle game in the world! This game does not require any preliminary knowledge, but demands huge observations, great patience and challenging spirit! Everyone from children to adults can fully enjoy it while testing and demonstrating his IQ.
***Youtube Demo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qe7RHYIWmtw
***Description of How to Play
Clear the board by removing two same tiles each time as quickly as possible.
***How to remove
Condition 1: If two same tiles are on the same row or column and there are no other tiles between them, tap to remove them directly.
Condition 2: If one tile can be moved to a new position where Condition 1 can be met by this tile and the other same tile, move this tile first and then tap the other to remove these two same tiles.
While related Zhongyuan Mahjong (Solitaire), which adopts the same game rule, tends to use your right side of brain, ABC Solitaire tends to use your left side of brain.
[New] More supported languages (22)
[New] Share screen to social network (Facebook, Twitter, Weibo, Email)
[New] Four Achievements of social network (Facebook, Twitter, Weibo)
[Improvement] Better performance
[Improvement] Better UI
Most Helpful Reviews
Incredibly Addictive! - I adore this game. It is absolute genius. I saw a friend playing it and jotted the name down then forgot about it. Ran across it the other day, downloaded it on the iPad and have done very little else in the 3 days since that time. Decided i had to have it for my Mac as well. I prefer this version where you only remove 2 tiles at once vs 3 tiles in a similar version but may later decide to buy the other one too. Be aware, however, that if you get the FREE version on the Mac, your play is limited and you aren’t really given that info which makes you think the game is not working correctly. I wrote to the developer who set me straight. I decided to just buy the paid version - only $2.00 after all and well worth every penny.