Developer: Michael Casteel
Current Version: 11.4.3
Last Updated: 7 months ago
Download Size: 4.8 MB - Download
iKlondike is the Mac App Store version of Klondike, the original solitaire game for Macintosh and the big brother of iKlondike Solitaire for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. With realistic cards and drag-and-drop play, iKlondike features some of the most intuitive solitaire gameplay available on the Mac. Its ingenious scoring scheme has contributed to the enjoyment of Mac solitaire players since 1984.
• Five solitaire games: Klondike, Canfield, Racing Demons, Golf and Free Cell
• Move cards by drag-and-drop or by double clicking
• Multiple levels of Undo/Redo
• High scores listed for each game
• Replay past games to try for a better score
• Continues games handed off from iKlondike on iOS devices
Corrected Casino Game scoring when winning a game with Autocomplete selected
Most Helpful Reviews
A classic for the Mac! - Years ago I had the original Klondike on my Mac SE. I am delighted to find it again on the App Store in a new up to date version. It is just as much fun as ever. Lots of game varieties. Some user options for colors, etc. I especially like the opacity option! My only suggestion for the "update wish list" is to make the numerals on the cards larger and bolder (perhaps as a user option).
More Reviews for Current Version
Intuitive and Fast - I have tried a number of Solitaire games. Some have fancy animation and graphics that just get in the way of playing. Klondike is fast, easy to use, and customizable. It has a number of classic solitaire games. It does everything you could want without distracting frills. The best!!
A pleasant diversion for a long time - This new version has a new scoring system that really messed up my old score card. I exported the old scores, which contained high scores more than twice the scores allowed in gambling houses, which amount to $4.00 per card played on the aces, including the ace, (with the buyin automatically deducted). Top score is now $208.00, when my old taop scaores often hit $453.00, with slightly more possible. The fix in this version is more accurate than the past version. When one subtracts the $52.00 ($1.00 per card) one would pay to “buy the deck” in Vegas, the total winning IS $208.00. Kudo’s to the programmer for fixing this, in spite of my outrageous scores from the previous version. So now I have a new score card and new scores. Cool. It plays very well on autoplay, which makes automatic card turn and completes games automatically when the last card is turned over. One of my most fun time wasters.
A pleasant diversion - This new version has a new scoring system that really messed up my old score card. But I exported the old scores, which contained high scores more than twice the scores now allowed, which amount to $4.00 per card played on the aces, including the ace. Top score is now $208.00, when my old taop scaores often hit $453.00, with slightly more possible. So now I have a new score card and new scores. Cool. It still plays well on autoplay, which makes automatic card turn and completes games automatically when the last card is turned over. One of my most fun time wasters.
iKlondike is great! - I’ve played over 50,000 games of Canfield over the past 10+ years. I guess you could say I like it.