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WindowsGameZebo (Feb 01, 2013)
With 300 levels and over 20 power-ups to unlock, there is quite a lot of content on offer. The puzzle-like card mechanics add depth and strategy, while the bevy of power-ups continue to augment the gameplay as you progress. All in all, Seven Seas Solitaire is much more than a simple card game. Finish it off with a combo system that rewards careful planning with buckets of gold, and you’ve got enough fun to shiver even the most rigid of timbers.
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MacintoshGameZebo (Feb 01, 2013)
With 300 levels and over 20 power-ups to unlock, there is quite a lot of content on offer. The puzzle-like card mechanics add depth and strategy, while the bevy of power-ups continue to augment the gameplay as you progress. All in all, Seven Seas Solitaire is much more than a simple card game. Finish it off with a combo system that rewards careful planning with buckets of gold, and you’ve got enough fun to shiver even the most rigid of timbers.
 
WindowsDiehard GameFan (Feb 11, 2013)
Seven Seas Solitaire certainly isn’t going to wow potential players or be a contender when end of the year awards are discussed. It is what it is, which is to say, a simple Solitaire game with a few tricks up its sleeve to help it stand out from the crowd. Solitaire fans looking for a change of a pace should definitely head over to Big Fish and download the trial. If it gels with you, you’ll find a substantial amount of time killing, card removing fun. For anyone else, this is just another Solitaire game.