Legends of Solitaire: The Lost Cards

The House of Cards has disappeared and the Solitaire Kingdom is in ruins. Evil is now afoot and only you can find the Lost Cards. Play fun filled matches of Solitaire as you journey across the Solitaire Kingdom on the quest to find all the cards.

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Legends of Solitaire: The Lost Cards

And the free-play games are perfect for when I have just a few minutes. I highly recommend this game to anyone who loves to play Solitaire. Call me weird, but I appreciate this games ability to relax me and let me drift off into a little fantasy at the same time. Adam Wolfe: Flames of Time is the one of the best games Charma: The Land of Enchantment have ever played. Still challenging though, as there are targets to meet each level - the perfect mix! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sereneorchid from A perfect game This is one of the best card games I have ever played over a number of years. They have a skeleton that pops up and takes away some of your power points. I mentioned that I was looking for a game that would help me unwind at the end of the day, something that was challenging without being too complex. Still, it's a short game but well worth it for light game play and a break from hardcore HOAGs. Both Legends of Solitaire: The Lost Cards and physically. In fact, I probably stayed up a little too late the first night I played it…. I hope there Bud Redhead be a sequel to it one day! I wish that it was a longer game and that the story could have gone on longer, adding in some twist and turns.

This is one of the best card games I have ever played over a number of years. The third thing was that I found the music to be very soothing and relaxing. Thanks so much for this game. When the house of cards goes missing in the Solitaire Kingdom, it's up to you to find the lost cards and put evil in its place. Excellent levels of challenge, especially with the added goals for each level in order to go on to next level added to the fun of the game rather than simply just clearing the cards. Now, I am not your regular gamer. It has a medieval fantasy theme, and there was an objective aside from the basic solitaire rules, so I decided to give it a shot. There are three levels of difficulty to choose from and two additional games, Tripeaks and Free Play. I have some favorites when it comes to Solitaire games, but this one by far is topping my list. Rated 5 out of 5 by babe09 from What a lovely game. The first thing I noticed was that there were easy-to-understand instructions and various levels. I highly recommend trying this if you have not. They have a skeleton that pops up and takes away some of your power points.

It doesn't have all the bells and whistles but so what. Looking forward to Legends of Solitaire 2. It is just plain fun. All in all - my most satisfactory solitaire purchase yet! Plus there are timed modes for those who want more of a stress-achieve-success type of game Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by AwesumDude from Just plain fun I was surprised how much I enjoyed Mahjong Escape Ancient Japan card game. And the free-play games are perfect for when I have just a few minutes. It has a medieval fantasy theme, and there was Treasures of Persia objective aside from the basic solitaire rules, so I decided to give it a shot. I so want the music on a CD! I am way too tired to do anything really complicated, so, sometimes I just start up a game of standard solitaire, play a few rounds, and call it a night.


A variety of challenges and power-ups. Good graphics, mostly light reading hardly any VOs. Rated 5 out of 5 by babe09 from What a lovely game. Call me weird, but I appreciate this games ability to relax me and let me drift off into a little fantasy at the same time. All in all - my most satisfactory solitaire purchase yet! This is one of my favorites along with Avalon, Chronicles of Emerald, Pirates, Faeries, and a couple others! Still challenging though, as there are targets to meet each level - the perfect mix! Some of the graphics were a little creepy. Uncover the potion bottle to put it out. Now, I am not your regular gamer. Great twist on the TriPeaks Solitare! I so want the music on a CD!

Plus there are timed modes for those who want more of a stress-achieve-success type of game I have some favorites when it comes to Solitaire games, but this one by far is topping my list. Excellent animations. It is just and enjoyalbe card game to play. Rated 5 out of 5 by babe09 from What a lovely game. Money earned lets you buy items in a shop. I highly recommend trying this if you have not. Lots of creativity in this game for a complete package of fun. Another thing that is a little frustrating is that the game allows you to increase your power by purchasing special objects with your accumulated points, however, depending on how you look at it, either the points accumulate too slowly or the shop is too expensive for you to really do anything. When the house of cards goes missing in the Solitaire Kingdom, it's up to you to find the lost cards and put evil in its place. And an untimed option, too. Now, there were a couple of things I was not crazy about. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by atrayu1 from Fun Game This is a really fun game that also has mini-games so you get lots of play for the buck. These ranged from tutorial, where they interactively teach you how to play the game, to beginner, intermediate, and advanced, where you are actually on your own. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by AwesumDude from Just plain fun I was surprised how much I enjoyed this card game.

11 thoughts on “Legends of Solitaire: The Lost Cards

  1. Great twist on the TriPeaks Solitare! The kids are in bed, I have caught up with all of my household chores, said hello to a few friends on Facebook, and now I need something to help me unwind before I go to bed. When the house of cards goes missing in the Solitaire Kingdom, it's up to you to find the lost cards and put evil in its place.

  2. I probably spent two minutes in the tutorial, and then went on to play the beginner level. The type of solitaire is the one up, one down variation. However, the basic solitaire is so boring that you can only play a couple of games before you're done.

  3. It is rather simple to play but I liked the fun character cards that pop up to take away points. This is one of the best card games I have ever played over a number of years. It is just and enjoyalbe card game to play. The type of solitaire is the one up, one down variation. Love the fantasy characters and the artwork on the cards.

  4. This is one of my favorites along with Avalon, Chronicles of Emerald, Pirates, Faeries, and a couple others! In Casual mode, a charming relaxing game. Its got a wonderful romantic feel about it that has really captured my attention. Still challenging though, as there are targets to meet each level - the perfect mix! And the free-play games are perfect for when I have just a few minutes.

  5. This is the one of the best games I have ever played. And an untimed option, too. When the house of cards goes missing in the Solitaire Kingdom, it's up to you to find the lost cards and put evil in its place. Another thing that is a little frustrating is that the game allows you to increase your power by purchasing special objects with your accumulated points, however, depending on how you look at it, either the points accumulate too slowly or the shop is too expensive for you to really do anything.

  6. I so want the music on a CD! Great twist on the TriPeaks Solitare! Each deal of new cards are always different, no matter how long you play; I tried it. I like that from level to level the player accumulates coin to be spent on upgrades

  7. I played straight for 12 hours, and tracked each deal, and they all were different. The store where you can buy extra items to help you is a plus. Date published:

  8. The type of solitaire is the one up, one down variation. Beautiful, serene, actual music, which adds a lot to the mood of this game. It doesn't have all the bells and whistles but so what. The store where you can buy extra items to help you is a plus. The second thing I noticed was that the game combines the elements of solitaire with a race against the clock format.

  9. As I'm sure many parents can probably relate… at the end of the day, I am pretty tired. It has a medieval fantasy theme, and there was an objective aside from the basic solitaire rules, so I decided to give it a shot. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by wiccan73stars from Solitaire with a Kick of Adventure!

  10. Money earned lets you buy items in a shop. The gameplay is the standard "golf" style play card one higher or lower than the current card. Each deal of new cards are always different, no matter how long you play; I tried it. I probably spent two minutes in the tutorial, and then went on to play the beginner level.

  11. These ranged from tutorial, where they interactively teach you how to play the game, to beginner, intermediate, and advanced, where you are actually on your own. There are so many different aspects to this game, that you never get tired or bored of playing. Rated 5 out of 5 by babe09 from What a lovely game. It is just and enjoyalbe card game to play. Uncover the potion bottle to put it out.

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