Developer: Solitaire Forever
Current Version: 1.4.1
Last Updated: 11 months ago
Download Size: 10.7 MB - Download
Enjoy everyone's favourite solitaire game, with a simple graphic interface. Rich graphics and smooth animation enhance your game-play experience in 3D. Features include cards that move and flip in 3D space, unlimited undo/redo, statistics, auto-move options, reveal playable cards, multiple card decks and card backs, and full screen and windowed modes. Enjoy all the features of it's big brother, Solitaire Forever. This is solitaire on a whole new level.
Fixed error alert when using the menu bar in Sierra.
Most Helpful Reviews
Follow the rules - Great game!! People are complaining they can't move stacks--that's because in klondike that's CHEATING! You can only move the bottom card of a stack, that's the rules of Klondike solitaire. I play solitare professionally and this is my go-to practice game. My only complaint about the game is that is is not random cards when you re-deal. meaning the program is set to do certian things that just doesn't happen with a real deck of cards.
Want to play and win - Then don’t download this game. If you like to loose, get it. Otherwise go elsewhere where the algorithm isn’t so restrictive. Not been updated in 3 years and I see why.
More Reviews for Current Version
Best Solitare game in the world!! - This game has always worked flawlessly for me and takes very little memory. When I upgraded to MacOS Sierra, it had the first glitch I ever noticed. The very next day Klondike Forever Support fixed the glitch and it works again perfectly!! It has so many options you can configure it to fit you exactly. Thank you KIondike Forever. I would recommend this to all.
Terrific - but - I love this game, but no matter how many changes I make to the settings, I’ve yet to win a single hand. I’m used to not being able to complete Klondike Solitaire puzzles often, but just wondering if others have had this same experience.
Updated REVIEW! - Originally it thought Klondike Forever was confusing. Now I love it. Maybe bugfixes? Much much better than when it first came out, or maybe I just grew up.