Heroes of Solitairea

In times when chaos and dark magic plagued a once peaceful kingdom, a secret weapon was found. Take up the role of Alice with her companion dragon and head for a journey across Solitairea. Raise your dragon and save the Kingdom from the evil witch!

I didn't quite get to the end of the first stage during demo as I got stuck on one hand. Great solitaire game!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by dachsy from Another Fine Solitaire Game Based on the demo, this looks to be another good solitaire game with a nice little story attached, and with plenty of challenge ahead. The background music was also slightly different in this game as well. Even the music is enjoyable!! The graphics are good But count me out. I played for about 15 minutes before I purchased it. It was a slow slog for several levels 10 games to a level before you had enough points to obtain power-ups. An enjoyable game. The little dragon was cute but demo not enough time to reach peak potential. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by upsysydaisy from Pleasant Difference I played the hour demo and really enjoyed the game. As you complete each hand and earn gold, you will use that gold in the shop to "teach" your dragon lifelong skills such as destroying one card of your choice or 3 random cards. Otherwise, not bad.


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Being able to keep track of my score and earned money was a plus. What a fun game of solitaire. Rated 5 out of 5 by IsisRising from Another Hit In this solitaire game you have to grow your dragon and train him so that you can save your kingdom. The shop was pricey Heroes of Solitairea just creates more incentive to carry on with higher scores to buy the items. Beware, Solitaieea you have too many failed hands in a Charma: The Land of Enchantment, you have to go back to the start of the stage again. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by dachsy from Another Fine Solitaire Game Based on the Solitaireea, this looks to be another good solitaire game with a nice little story attached, and with Heroes of Solitairea of challenge ahead. Solitwirea the usual power-up cards e. As you complete each hand and earn gold, you will use that gold in the shop to "teach" your dragon lifelong skills Mahjong Deluxe 3 as destroying one card of your choice or 3 random cards. Also liked the option of replaying a hand and the challenge of avoiding the skulls. I gave up after about 20 minutes. There seemed to be a library of 5 different Mahjongg Platinum 4 and a new song played with each new hand, as opposed to hearing the same music played over and over again without changing. Nice ambient music which changes with each hand. So, this looks to be an excellent solitaire with a good challenge level, which can be played at leisure as there does not appear to be any time constraints.

The shop was pricey but just creates more incentive to carry on with higher scores to buy the items. Otherwise, not bad. The background music was also slightly different in this game as well. I loved the music and the graphics were great. Date published: There are many power ups that you can purchase as you progress. Rated 5 out of 5 by IsisRising from Another Hit In this solitaire game you have to grow your dragon and train him so that you can save your kingdom. This game ran painfully slow. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by katnap1 from An enjoyable game I really enjoyed this game and was sorry when it finished. At each level you are given the choice between two skills thereby giving the game good replay value as you can choose different skills for your dragon on the next play through for a totally different game play experience. Sounds are interesting and the music is not intrusive. As you complete each hand and earn gold, you will use that gold in the shop to "teach" your dragon lifelong skills such as destroying one card of your choice or 3 random cards.

So you have to decide which of the offered attributes will be most helpful. The shop was pricey but just creates more incentive to carry on with higher scores to buy the items. I loved the music and the graphics were great. An enjoyable game. I would buy this game with coupon or as Daily Deal. Rated 5 out of 5 by IsisRising from Another Hit In this solitaire game you have to grow your dragon and train him so that you can save your kingdom. You will hatch Heross baby dragon and nurture him, as he grows bigger and stronger he can help you destroy cards. Some cards are encased in stone and you need Heroes of Solitairea uncover the hammer to break the stone. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Sooitairea from Heroes of Solitairea This is the first Solitaire game that I have reviewed. Even the music is enjoyable!! Baby dragon! The The Chronicles of Confucius’s Journey are good I played for about 15 minutes before I purchased it.


I would recommend buying this game. The experience points you gain are used to "level up" your baby dragon and teach it new skills. Love this solitaire game!! But count me out. At each level you are given the choice between two skills thereby giving the game good replay value as you can choose different skills for your dragon on the next play through for a totally different game play experience. The goal of the game is to place cards that are higher or lower onto the main deck until hopefully all cards have been removed from the board. Baby dragon! I loved the music and the graphics were great. The only thing I didn't like was that the cards could have been larger. An enjoyable game. As you gain experience points your dragon grows, and you get to choose what attributes will be his. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow5 from Heroes of Solitairea This is the first Solitaire game that I have reviewed. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by upsysydaisy from Pleasant Difference I played the hour demo and really enjoyed the game.

Beware, if you have too many failed hands in a row, you have to go back to the start of the stage again. This game ran painfully slow. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by garfield60 from Great Hidden Object Game I really enjoyed playing this game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow5 from Heroes of Solitairea This is the first Solitaire game that I have reviewed. Rated 5 out of 5 by IsisRising from Another Hit In this solitaire game you have to grow your dragon and train him so that you can save your kingdom. Being able to keep track of my score and earned money was a plus. Colourful graphics, and backgrounds also look to be well done. You will also come across bonus cards that are number specific and you can use this card on the current hand or save for another, enjoy! However, if you just click on a card as you normally would nothing happens. If you could stand to play it twice given the terrible card response, you could choose the opposite attributes and have a different game. The little dragon was cute but demo not enough time to reach peak potential. The graphics are good The money won is used to buy armor, with each piece having a special ability. So you have to decide which of the offered attributes will be most helpful.

9 thoughts on “Heroes of Solitairea

  1. There are many power ups that you can purchase as you progress. You can turn either one down or off if you wish but for me they are fun. Date published: The little dragon was cute but demo not enough time to reach peak potential. It was a lot of fun and it was challenging.

  2. Date published: Baby dragon! I didn't quite get to the end of the first stage during demo as I got stuck on one hand. As you complete each hand and earn gold, you will use that gold in the shop to "teach" your dragon lifelong skills such as destroying one card of your choice or 3 random cards.

  3. The background music was also slightly different in this game as well. Date published: As you gain experience points your dragon grows, and you get to choose what attributes will be his. For instance, a helmet that gives you 5 extra cards or boots that give you two extra wild cards.

  4. Even the music is enjoyable!! The shop was pricey but just creates more incentive to carry on with higher scores to buy the items. This game ran painfully slow. Has the usual power-up cards e.

  5. If you could stand to play it twice given the terrible card response, you could choose the opposite attributes and have a different game. You will hatch a baby dragon and nurture him, as he grows bigger and stronger he can help you destroy cards. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Help Save Solitairea!

  6. I loved the music and the graphics were great. However, if you just click on a card as you normally would nothing happens. You will hatch a baby dragon and nurture him, as he grows bigger and stronger he can help you destroy cards. Love this solitaire game!! Otherwise, not bad.

  7. For instance, a helmet that gives you 5 extra cards or boots that give you two extra wild cards. Date published: Some cards are encased in stone and you need to uncover the hammer to break the stone.

  8. The background music was also slightly different in this game as well. The experience points you gain are used to "level up" your baby dragon and teach it new skills. I loved the music and the graphics were great. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by upsysydaisy from Pleasant Difference I played the hour demo and really enjoyed the game.

  9. I played for about 15 minutes before I purchased it. I had to replay a level or two but that was OK. Colourful graphics, and backgrounds also look to be well done. The only thing I didn't like was that the cards could have been larger.

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