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DescriptionOft described as the most popular computer game ever. It was developed by an intern at Microsoft in 1988. It has 3 modes of play and a small selection of card images. It's come with every version of windows since 3.0.
The goal of the game is to sort the deck in to 4 sequential stacks of suits. (clubs, diamonds, spades and hearts.) You flip 1 to 3 cards from a deck and place them in alternating color sequential order. The table has a selection of 10 stacks of cards that you can flip from as well. The 10 stacks serve as your holders for alternating color sequential rows. The 4 suits are started with an ace and are added to as the game progresses.
- "Microsoft Solitär" -- German title
- "Microsoft Pasjans" -- Polish title
- "Microsoft Paciência" -- Brazilian title
Part of the Following Group
|Distracting but not very fulfilling.||Windows||Scott Monster (919)|
The Press Says
|Softpedia||Windows||Dec 29, 2005||8 out of 10||80|
|Softpedia||Windows 3.x||Dec 29, 2005||8 out of 10||80|
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TriviaOriginally, there was a "boss-key" which when pressed would display some random .C code, but Microsoft removed that before shipping.
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