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DescriptionOne-hundred and five solitaire games rendered in beautiful graphics (for 1992). Games have full rules and will allow different users to "log into" the game and keep averages and high scores.
Players can also build their own "tournaments" by selecting a sub-set of the games and playing for the highest score.
"Quests" allow users to play solitaire games to navigate through a graphical house to find treasure.
Part of the Following Group
|The best of everything, but still simple||DOS||Charlene Schilling (3)|
The Press Says
|PC Games (Germany)||DOS||Sep, 1993||72 out of 100||72|
|High Score||DOS||Jan, 1994||2 out of 5||40|
|Topic||# Posts||Last Post|
|How to get Solitaire's Journey||3||Pseudo_Intellectual (43843)
Mar 08, 2009
TriviaSolitaire's Journey was named #72 overall among the “150 Best Games of All Time” by Computer Gaming World Magazine (15th Anniversary Issue--November 1996).
Original Game Design:
Tom Anson, Debbie Cohen, Martin Cohen, Steven Cohen, Tony Juno, Beulah Kastenbach, Harry Leh, Bruce Lull, Chuck McEwen, David Modrak, Bruce Newrock, Flo Newrock, Marshal Newrock, Earle Pathards, Henry Sakos