Nice game to pass time with. Its worth $6.99 and works good on the Mac.
|Mac Requirements||Minimum Supported||Will It Run?|
|Mac OS X||10.6.8||Download the MacGameStore App to compare your Mac's information in real-time.|
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|CPU Type||Intel Mac Only|
|CPU Speed||1 GHz|
|System RAM||512 MB|
|Drive Space||85 MB|
|Video RAM||128 MB|
My favourite solitaire is SevenSeas solitaire, and admittedly thats a high bar to clear, but one cannot be a pirate all the time. This has an amusing backstory, but the levels themselves are boring and somewhat phoned in - draping the cards in different ways does not distract from the fact that most of them seem to be '4-5 rows that you need to match'. There's no feel of 'level design' here; the game lacks generosity (no undo for those 'oops, didn't see that' moments, cannot play a joker after the last card) and all too often I end a session because a level has three playable cards, they're all face cards, you cannot use jokers on face cards, so you hope that a playable card turns up sooner than halfway through your deck.
I like it, and it's worth picking up on sale, but don't expect great gameplay.
This card game offers a mix of solitaire (which is nicely balanced luck/skill-wise) and puzzles (search & find + others). The search & find puzzles are sometimes challenging (especially the association ones) but the others are very easy. There are not enough puzzles to make this a good game. The solitaire part is not purely luck based which is nice.