Full Deck Solitaire

Full Deck Solitaire for PC and Mac

Written by GRL Games


  • Category: Games
  • Release date: 2022-07-14
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 1.96
  • File size: 36.85 MB
  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and Mac OS 10, 11 10.8
  • How it works | What is Full Deck Solitaire?


Whatʹs Great

1. FREE Games include Klondike 3 Card, Klondike 1 Card, Vegas Solitaire, Freecell, Thieves Of Egypt, Forty Thieves, Red And Black, Royal Parade, Demon, Canfield, Canfield 1 Card Turn, Double Canfield, Spider 4 Suit, Spider 1 Suit, Spider 2 Suit, Pyramid, Tri Peaks Solitaire, Golf, Golf Around Corner, Gaps, Montana, Beleaguered Castle, Bisley, Eagle Wing and Mrs.

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Features and Description


Key Features

Latest Version: 1.96

  • Licence: Free


  • What does Full Deck Solitaire do? NOW 83 deliciously delightful solitaire games for your Windows with three daily challenges! Designed by a Windows and Solitaire loving Mom and Daughter, Full Deck Solitaire is a beautiful card game with an easy to use user interface. Seventy two uniquely different variations of Solitaire not seen in many other games keep even the most seasoned guru occupied. Statistics for each game let you know how many hours you have played, games you have won and your highest score for that game. A uniquely smart three level hint system lets you know if there are moves to play and will even shake the cards if you can’t quite see that elusive move. The game has an option of a classic background, your own wallpaper, or a gorgeous moving video of the ocean under the Moon with two more amazing animated backgrounds included with Game Pack One. FREE Games include Klondike 3 Card, Klondike 1 Card, Vegas Solitaire, Freecell, Thieves Of Egypt, Forty Thieves, Red And Black, Royal Parade, Demon, Canfield, Canfield 1 Card Turn, Double Canfield, Spider 4 Suit, Spider 1 Suit, Spider 2 Suit, Pyramid, Tri Peaks Solitaire, Golf, Golf Around Corner, Gaps, Montana, Beleaguered Castle, Bisley, Eagle Wing and Mrs. Mop. Many of these classic games are unique to Full Deck Solitaire! Game Pack One adds Clock Patience, Grandfather's Clock, German Clock, Captive Queens, Scorpion, Scorpion 2, Wasp, Three Blind Mice, Osmosis, Osmosis By The Book, Yukon, Russian Solitaire, Chinese Solitaire, Australian Patience, Fortress, Pyramid Golf AND Aces Up! Game Pack Two adds Miss Milligan, Demons and Thieves, La Belle Lucie, Trefoil, The Fan, Super Flower Garden, Storehouse, Cruel Solitaire, Baker's Dozen, Spanish Patience, Castles in Spain, Portuguese Solitaire, Good Measure, Baker's Game, Eight Off, Penguin Solitaire, Seahaven Towers, Rank And File, Number Ten, Lady Jane, and Zerline! Now we've added AI Players to play with as well with the addition of Texas Hold'Em. Please write or visit our support page if you are having any problems at all. We want you to love this game!

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    Software Installation Requirements


    PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

    Compactible OS list:
    1. Windows 11
    2. Windows 10
    3. Windows 8.1
    4. Windows 7
    5. Windows Vista

    Requirements for MacOS Installation

    Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

    Compactible OS list:
    1. OS X 10.10: Yosemite
    2. OS X 10.11: El Capitan
    3. macOS 10.12: Sierra
    4. macOS 10.13: High Sierra
    5. macOS 10.14: Mojave8
    6. macOS 10.15: Catalina
    7. macOS Big Sur (macOS 11)

    FAQs


    Full Deck Solitaire - Is it safe to download?

    Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

    Software Reviews and Critisims


    • By wmleler
      4

      Nice, but missing some features

      Pros: You can quit the app in the middle of a game and when you start it back up the game comes back up where you left it. This solved one of the things that has really bothered me about other solitare apps, which is finding you need to reboot or something and this causes you to lose a game. Cons: I have only played Freecell, but their version of this game is missing some features that make it a bit annoying to play. First, you are limited in the size of a stack of cards based on the number of open freecell spaces, even if there are empty spaces in the tableau. So moving a large stack of cards can take a large number of unnecessary moves. Second, when you click on a card so that the game decides where to move it, the game often seems to pick the worst possible move. It will typically not move the card to a stack, moving it to an open cell in the tableau, which is pretty much never the right move. Or it will move the card to the foundation, when you need the card to remain in the tableau so you can use it to build a stack. These behaviors need to be fixed. I find myself reversing most of the automatic moves using undo.


    • By Paul Pomeroy
      3

      A love/hate thing ...

      I've really enjoyed playing Klondike 1 with winnable deals. Far from boring, "winnable" doesn't always mean "easily winnable" and some games are a real challenge. HOWEVER, getting the app to deal winnable hands is badly designed. If you close the app after you've finished a game then when you reopen it the app deals you a game that may or may not be winnable and after you've finished the first game you aren't ginve the option for a winnable deal but hae to first go to the menu (but after that first game you are given the "winnable deal" option when you finish a game). What the app needs is an option to ALWAYS deal winnable games. [For some reason, today after I finished a game the "winnable deal" option didn't show up at all––not in the normal "redeal" popup and not in menu. The only choice I had was to either do a "normal" deal or quit the game and hope the winnable option would be there when I restarted it. I decided to restart the app and, sure enough, it dealt me an unwinnable hand. I had a VERY long win streak going (over 1000 games in a row over a period of many months). It is really frustrating to have that reset back to zero because of an app error.]


    • By Hoeschen650
      3

      Fun game, but minor irritations

      First, I enjoy playing Full Deck Solitaire. It has many features and options that I find to be of value, such as the undo, turning on or off the timer and score reduction mechanism, etc. The thing I find irritating is that many, many times on redealing cards for a new game I find the same card denomination face up in the foundation, like three or four 5's or three or four 7's face up. Sure this can happen when playing with a real deck of cards (not on a computer), but this happens with too great a frequency to be truly random. The same situation applies to playing a card from one stack in the foundation to another and the same card color and denomination appears underneath it. Again, too frequently to be random. One otherr thing is that when clicking on the top card in the stock pile what looks like a duplicate card to the top stock pile card shuffles back and forth from the stock pile to the waste pile, kinda like a duplicate or ghost card. Makes one rather suspicious of the card-turning algorhythm. The shuffling algorhythm is somewhat questionable as well.


    • By dfelliott
      4

      Great app, a few minor bugs

      This is a great app usable by all ages and all kinds of users, including former users of other computing platforms that come standard with solitaire apps. This is the one to get. I'd give it a 5/5 except it has a few minor bugs that are particularly noticeable in the Spider game and sometimes in the Freecell game. One in particular makes otherwise impossible moves. Fortunately undo works in this case. Unfortunately it never seems to glitch on one of those impossible moves when you really feel like cheating, only when you're already winning the game. Also, as another reviewer has stated the Freecell variant only allows you to move a stack of as many cards as you have open cells, plus one. It does not consider that if you have an open tableau column you can move twice that many. It's not the end of the world, but it's the first thing users coming from other platforms notice and it would be really nice to have that feature implemented.


    • By alsonottoopleased
      3

      Not really up to snuff

      I use this because the offerings are limited, bnut it’s not up to the one on Windows. I’ve found several parameters that are necessary before a game (in any app) has any chance of being completed, so I tend to keep restarting the game until I see the right sorts of setup. That’s not guarantee of success, of course, but keeps me from wasting time with sure losers. The issue is that many times, at least one of the cards does not change when a game is restarted. The Queen of Herats in the third position, for example, will be the same after the restart. I also note that, in several hundred games, I have hit 3000 points only twice, and it doesn’t seem to matter how long or short the game is — virtually every one is scored between 2800 and 2970. Note that I do hold the top two scores on the game on a Windows box where I sometimes volunteer, so the scoring here is very odd and frustrating. Finally, I find it bothersome to have to now resize the screen every time I turn the thing on. It ought to hold my settings


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