Pretty Good Solitaire 600 (Windows)

Pretty Good Solitaire 600 Windows Trefoil - a Fan variant that's one of my favourites

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This edition of Thomas Warfield's card game program features no less than 600 individual games. Favourites such as Klondike, FreeCell, Fan and Spider are featured, as well as numerous variants on these - some with as many as 4 decks in use at once. There are plenty of simple addition-pairing style games as well as some very complex ones, many with multiple methods of building either the foundations or the in-play tableau piles. If there STILL aren't enough games for you, a Wizard is included which allows you to create a custom game by varying the standard features.

Games are sorted in several ways (type, difficulty, skill/luck ratio) and a random game from any of these categories can be selected. You can also play a Tour of games of a particular style, or a Quest in which you take on 9 different games of progressive difficulty, with some degree of choice in which games you get. Each game is saved as you play it, and can be restored at a later date - statistics for each game are also saved. The game is shareware, with 30 days' unlimited usage before the fee is requested.

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Pretty Good Solitaire 600 Windows Out of moves here
Pretty Good Solitaire 600 Windows Seven By Seven is Feecell-style but with redeals and by-suit building
Pretty Good Solitaire 600 Windows 12 Foundations, 12 tableau piles, 12 Cell piles - hence the name Big Dozen
Pretty Good Solitaire 600 Windows The victory screen

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Martin Smith (63058) added Pretty Good Solitaire 600 (Windows) on May 12, 2005