Solitaire by MobilityWare

Solitaire by MobilityWare

By MobilityWare

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2008-07-11
  • Current Version: 6.1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 196.34 MB
  • Developer: MobilityWare
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 129,329 Ratings

Description

We’ve made some incredible NEW FEATURES for Solitaire: DAILY CHALLENGE CALENDAR THEMES Each month of the year has a unique theme to spotlight. Take a look at your Daily Challenge calendar for a fun new theme each month! MODERN CARD FACES Solitaire has a fresh card face style, without sacrificing the classic look and features that our fans enjoy! This Solitaire game features DAILY CHALLENGES. Each day you’ll receive a unique Daily Challenge. Solve the Daily Challenge and receive a crown for that day. Earn trophies each month by winning more crowns! Your Daily Challenges, crowns, and current trophy status are available to view any time How great are your Solitaire skills? With LEADERBOARDS, you can compete for the best Solitaire score against players all around the world. Solitaire is a universal app, playable in the highest quality available for each Apple device. = FEATURES = • Ad-Free Gameplay • Daily Challenges • Themed Card Backs and Backgrounds • Multiplayer Solitaire • "Show Me How To Win" for difficult deals • Leaderboards • 3D Touch in phone menu • Draw 1 and Draw 3 cards • Portrait and Landscape orientations • Customized card backs and backgrounds • Achievements • Right or left handed play • Unlimited Undo • Auto Complete to finish game • Standard and Vegas Scoring • Statistics The addicting game you’ve been playing on your computer for years now goes wherever you go. Download Solitaire today! LIKE US on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/mobilitywaresolitaire For the latest info and what we are up to, check out http://www.MobilityWare.com/ Created and supported by MobilityWare

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Reviews

  • 30 Sec Commercials and Longer

    1
    By TMDobson
    Everyone, be aware that Monilityware is going the way of other game developers and booking ads that run 30 seconds and longer. If I wanted to view a commercial I would watch television. I play games to relax. I don’t mind the quick ads that u can X away from after a couple seconds, but any more of these long commercials and I’ll do with your games as I have with others and delete them and no longer use any Mobilityware products. First and only warning.
  • Winning displays

    4
    By HRVBCOACH
    PLEASE include some of the original winning displays in your app. I really miss them, they were the best.
  • You messed up!

    4
    By antimanipulation
    I liked the game until you forced me to write a review. Now I think I will find a new game.
  • Ugh Updates

    2
    By LDR DisFan
    I played for years and after playing the new version for a while I truly miss the older version. I’m deleting this app and looking elsewhere for just a simple solitaire game.
  • Needs Support for New iPad Pros

    2
    By ihavearrived
    Good app but needs to be optimized for the 2018 iPad Pros. I have big black bars on my iPad Pro 11 inch.
  • Great Entertainment

    5
    By jrevanssr
    Reliable and challenging
  • Dailey challenge is fun

    5
    By Windsor Hills 1
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  • Solitaire

    5
    By Jeepster bob
    Great game!
  • Way too much drama

    4
    By RevelationAdept
    1/14/19. Mobilityware makes excellent games. I put this Solitaire on my very first iPhone many years ago, and have been loyal to it ever since. And I understand that in the AppStore world, if you don’t keep coming up with new gimmicks you soon fall behind. But every time I play I’m now bombarded by shooting stars, and daily specials, and a scoreboard keeping track of my “levels” and all sorts of whatnot. Please dev’s, can we have a way to turn this stuff off for those of us who just want a calm, laid back game?
  • Randomizing Card Deck is Flawed

    3
    By Skeet47
    All too often, the card that shows up after moving a card in the array is the same card value (and color) as the card that was moved. This happened with the old version and now with the current version. So, for example, if I move a “4 of hearts” to the discard pile or on to of a black 5 in the array, the next card up is all too often a “4 of diamonds”. The best winning percentage I have achieved after thousands of games is ~21% playing the three card draw. Statistically, it should be much higher assuming you play well. Developers..... please look at how you have programmed the randomizing algorithms for Solitaire.

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