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Questicle.net (Jun, 2013)
Why fire up Solitaire for your NES? No reason. It’s clunky, it’s slow, and God help your ears if you forget to turn the music down. Besides, solitaire engineers have made great advancements in the field over the last two decades. For example, double-clicking a card automatically places it in the appropriate pile. It’s a move we take for granted now, but don’t think you’ll be able to get away with futuristic moves like that in Solitaire. Then again, Solitaire is still solitaire, slow and outdated though it may be. If you’re hard up for a game, it’ll do. Just turn the music and the sound off, lest your ears decide you’re better off deaf.
NES Archives (Jun 12, 2008)
If you are used to the version of Solitaire that comes free on virtually every PC in the world then you will find this version lacking. It is the same basic game but with less options and worse graphics.
Options include choosing the number of cards drawn at one time, one (which is easy) or three (which is difficult). There’s also the option to alter the look and color of the cards, as well as turning music and sounds on and off. If you’re looking for a solitaire fix on your NES, this could do the trick, but it’s not clear who would be.