Solitaire game. All people who have computer know something about Solitare. Can you explain what must you do? I think not at all. The classic game presents all cards in eight columns (four of seven, four of six). The aim is to build sequences from aces up by moving cards to four "build stack" spaces (top left). Cards at the bottom of the columns which do not fit the "build stack" spaces may be moved to or from four "scratch" spaces (top right). Sequences of the same suit may be built within the columns by moving cards. These rules don.t mean that it must be only columns; it can be triangle, for example. You must remember that the program allows only legal moves. So you must be careful, and know rules in a best way. Brain Games Solitaire keeps score as you play and rates your skills and measures your improvement as you get better and better, so you have got a chance to improve your skills, win more often and play faster. Brain Games Solitaire is relaxing to play, it can relieve stress and provide a sense of satisfaction when you win. Solitaire can also be mentally stimulating and improve your concentration. And it.s fun to play.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
You are sitting in the boring office and have got a few minutes to have a rest. I have got a question what are you going to do? I think that the great proposition for you can be the Solitaire game. It includes over 100 Solitaire favourites plus new variations. I can tell you that one of the best improvements is improvement in the scoring system. Now you can choose from the classic Solitaire scoring or the IQ Modified Scoring System which tracks your skill level and progress in the various games. Classic scoring gives you a score between 0-52. The modified scoring system takes into account the game difficulty, how quickly you play it and other factors. It provides a score and rates you accordingly such as a normal, superior or genius player. You can completely customize your game with your choice of backgrounds, card decks, card backs and larger, easier-to-read cards. The larger card faces makes the numbers and suits easier to read, images are richer and details are enhanced. Brain Games Solitaire can help improve your concentration and increase your problem solving ability...All while having fun.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
Over 100 Solitaire Games in Total 42 Two-Deck Games 18 Versions of Forty Thieves 16 Variations of Classic Klondike 5 Versions of Spider 3 Free Cell Games 4 Games For Kids 15 Card Faces 25 Card Backs 50 Backgrounds
Windows 98/2000/Me/XP/Vista,Processor: Pentium 500 MHz,DirectX 7.0,128 MB RAM,Free hard drive space: 100 MB