Zombie Solitaire



Play your cards right and you just might escape the zombie apocalypse!

It’s been two weeks since an infected tofu burger transformed some poor soul from a gentle vegetarian into a brain-devouring zombie. One thing led to another and now the slobbering undead have taken over the city. There’s only thing to do – run for your life! Before your can get your sweet behind to salvation on a zombie-free island, you’ll need to puzzle your way though exciting rounds of solitaire and fun minigames. But watch out! The hungry zombie horde is hot on your heels!

Biting humor and fun card-game action await you in Zombie Solitaire. You’ll have to use your brain if you want to keep it!
  • More than 100 exciting solitaire levels
  • 9 zombie-rific adventure settings
  • 10 useful power-up cards
  • 3-star rating system
  • A whole lotta zombies!
  • …did we mention the zombies?


Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
Mac OS X10.6.8Download the MacGameStore App to compare your Mac's information in real-time.

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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed1 GHz
System RAM512 MB
Drive Space85 MB
Video RAM128 MB
Video CardAny

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  1. This Game Is A Crack Up
    by Doc Savage, USA - Jul 12th 2017

    So, the zombie apocalypse is brought on my a guy who eats a tofu burger. You discover a map to escape to the Island of No Zombies, and to advance across the map, you need to... play hands of solitare. This is as good a reason for solitare as I can think of.

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  2. Zombie Solitaire
    by tbeer99978, USA - Mar 13th 2017

    Nice game to pass time with. Its worth $6.99 and works good on the Mac.

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  3. Amusing enough
    by green_knight, United Kingdom - Sep 6th 2016

    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.

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