Summer Tri-Peaks Solitaire
Really fun really really really fun
May 23, 2014
I don't think I would reccomend this game to anyone. I found it to be very boring. And I love to play A Tri-Peaks game. Sorry. :(
February 4, 2012
A very basic tri-peaks game with no power-ups or anything special to make the game entertaining. What you see in the preview shots is what you get. The card deck is ugly, and the developer never thought to offer an option to change the deck back or front. Speaking of options, you have to go in search of them. In order to find the "undo," hold your mouse on the discard pile for the option to pop up. To find the game instructions, you have to launch the arcade game, then move your mouse to the top of the screen for a drop-down menu. In the classic mode, I couldn't find any way to exit the game, and had to go the alt-ctrl-del route. The only interesting thing that happens are the flowers popping up on the game board at random. Don't waste your time on this game unless you like a minimalist style of play.
February 26, 2012
Don't Take This Summer Solitaire on Vacation.
Horrible game. Has no purpose whatsoever.
In "classic" mode, you play solitaire over and over and if you win a hand you unlocked a new flower - except you have to go elsewhere to see it. Why not have it bloom on the game page with the other blooming flowers?
In "arcade" mode, you play solitaire over and over with the exception that when you win a hand you move up to the next level. After "x" number of levels, you unlock a new flower. Again, you have to go see it elsewhere rather than have it bloom with the other flowers on the blooming game page.
There are no discernible bonuses or extras for having a long string of cards - which I pride myself on accomplishing.
All in all this was not a buy for me at all. Nor would I recommend it to anyone who loves a good game of solitaire - because this is not it. If you want to see blooming flowers, I recommend going to see a garden.
July 18, 2014