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The Chronicles of Emerland Solitaire

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Defeat the forces of darkness and defend Emerland in The Chronicles of Emerland Solitaire. When deciding to learn card magic at an old wizard’s school, you couldn’t have imagined that fate had chosen you as the savior of the world. When Emerland is threatened by the evil sorcerer, Sat, you must unite the races of Elves, Humans, Dwarves and Mermaids. Only together can you challenge him!

  • Stunning graphics
  • Mixture of solitaire and hidden objects
  • Fascinating story
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 194 MB
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The Chronicles of Emerland Solitaire 4.6 5 130 130
Nothing boring about THIS solitaire!! Until I discovered Chronicles of Emerland, I really did not like solitaire. This has many levels with mini HOs in between, even a few morphing scenes. Each stage has an objective to accomplish, also a special objective of collecting items to advance your travel through the various lands. You earn gold coins and achievements along the way. Spending your coins in the store buys valuable tools, amulets, wild cards that really come in handy. There are also 4 helpers that are earned at certain points in the game, they each have a special power to get you out of a spot. After using, they have to regenerate. And be ready for a different kind of challenge with the lava monster in the final level, The graphics are excellent and very colorful. The music is beautiful and quite soothing. The levels are replayable without penalty. The evil sorceror appears with his creepy chuckle if the set ends with more than 4 cards left on the board. It is not so easy getting a perfect score, a good challenging game! An extra 500 coins are added to your earnings for 5 perfect levels within a stage. I just really loved this game and felt very satisfied at the end. Plus the great replay value makes this a very worthwhile purchase! November 9, 2014
The best solitaire game! I've played several versions of Tri-Peaks and other solitaire games, and I have liked them all. Chronicles of Emerland, however, is by far the best BFG has ever released! Saying this is a challenging game is an understatement. Of course, there is the option of playing a relaxed mode, but if you're looking for a level of difficulty to keep the game from being boring or stale or too simple, you will not be disappointed in the challenging mode! There is a level of strategy, as well, that isn't as prevalent in other solitaire games. There are 3 trophies for each level: Gold, Silver, and Bronze. If you don't achieve a good score in the current round, you can Replay it. If you leave more than 4 cards, you will not earn a trophy at all, but you can replay that round as often as you like. You can, also, return to a level at any time if you didn't achieve a good trophy and replay it. If you're far enough in the game to acquire heroes to help and amulets and bonuses to assist you, they are with you wherever you go. If you want to go back a few levels to make up a particularly difficult level, you'll have the new help you earned to help you there, too. You can earn gold during game play to spend in the store for amulets that increase your skills and give you help. There are, also, objects you can buy to enhance the hero's abilities. There are bonuses you earn as you level up, some of which give you more gold. Within the game are mini-games to help you along the way. They are relatively easy but fit in with the game and storyline. It's a short break from the cards and only happens once per level. Not at all distracting. These mini-games blend in with the tasks required as you're playing the game, like finding objects necessary to advance to the next realm. You have to find objects beneath cards to fulfill a goal of the current hero's task. This feature is in other solitaire games, but it isn't quite so easy to fulfill in this game because you won't find the item in every round. The items you find, also, enhance the game play experience because you can't move onward unless you complete that task. In other games that I've enjoyed, you could move on even if you didn't find all items because you'll get the opportunity later on. Not so in this game. For instance: In order to move to the next level/realm in the beginning of the game, you have to find the boards to complete the bridge to cross over. Those boards are under the last cards of a pile, but not in every round in that level. The music! WOW! I wish they sold the soundtrack because I would buy it in a heartbeat! It's so beautiful. I often listen to iTunes while I'm playing a game because the game music becomes monotonous or it's not very pleasant after a few repetitions. I could listen to this game all day, even if I'm not playing! I keep the game open while I'm working on my writing just so I can hear the music. The artistic quality is gorgeous. As you move from scene to scene, the artwork keeps you enveloped in the world of castles, elves, and fantasy. The mythical creatures that pop up at the end of rounds for your achievements are beautifully rendered! Not cutesy or cartoony. The storyline is pretty common: Evil wizard, Good wizard, have to save the various kingdoms (Elves, Humans, etc..). However, the delivery of the storyline is not at all ordinary. It's beautifully told through various heroes, which you earn to help you in the game play, and the bad guy really lends to the experience when you fail to complete a round. He makes you want to keep going. I've played simpler solitaire games, some on my Mac and some on my iPad, and I have really liked them all. I can't say this game is better because those weren't good. This game is just better because everything about it raises the bar. I can't see any future solitaire game being much better than this, and if there ever is one, I'll buy it in an instant. Try the Trial to be sure the game is for you, but if you like solitaire games, you'll become instantly addicted to this one! I bought it within the first 10 minutes of the trial and I don't regret it at all! April 10, 2013
If you are up to the challenge.... This is a complete challenge in solitaire. There are hidden object mini-games, good storyline, etc. It starts out as any other card game, but spend your coins correctly, In the later levels you will need the power ups, and it doesn't get any easier. If you have a weak stomach for a challenge, than this game is not for you. Otherwise, game on February 27, 2013
Such a fun game, but frequent crashes... I absolutely love this game. It makes an ordinary game of solitaire fun and whimsical. The storyline is great and I love the journey aspect of it. The graphics are really good, of a much higher quality than I was expecting for a solitaire game. It was plenty challenging, frustrating at times, in a good way. Makes you want to keep playing if only to make sure that evil wizard doesn't cackle away at you. The music I found to be quite enjoyable, calming. My only hiccup, not sure if anyone else has experienced this, but my version tends to crash on me if I step away after a hand is over. I'll get to the "replay/next" scene or even stop in the shop, step away for a few minutes and when I come back the game is frozen and has to be rebooted. It's not too big of a hinderance and it is possibly just my computer. Overall, a really excellent game. Visually pleasing and fun to play. One of the best credits I've spent in a while. September 20, 2012
Neat Solitaire Game! Who doesn't love elves, dwarves, mermaids and an evil wizard? This solitaire game was awesome - you have to save Emerland from the evil wizard; and you gain assistance from various characters with magical powers along the way! The graphics are stunning, VO great, great plot, great evil guy (and really ugly too!). The level of challenge increases as you complete levels - you get money to spend in the store, you gain in all as you progress. The lands are quite beautiful, from the wizard school in the beginning, to the human, elf, dwarf, and mermaid lands along your path. Liked everything about this game, and so glad I bought it! Plus, there are HOS in it! An unexpected bonus! September 16, 2012
Delightful change of pace! What a refreshing change of pace on the solitare game. The graphics are clear and crisp, no VOs which is a disappointment I think it really would have been a bonus to the game. The storyline is captivating and I love the way they have integrated mild HOS into the game! It's like having a HOPA all wrapped in a great game of cards! I look forward to seeing more of this type of game in the future. September 15, 2012
What's Not To Love What could be better, solitaire, and hidden objects...not the usual hogs, but still. I loved it .. The music alone is worth playing the game...If i had to make a complaint, it would just be that the characters are a little too chatty...but all in all, it is on my to buy list. September 14, 2012
a very good solitaire game that is pretty long this game has relaxed and non-relaxed modes. music is nice. some of it reminds me of the music of the 70's but done in a different way. it has a few scenes of HO. the solitaire game is high, low. graphics are very, very nice. December 11, 2013
Wonderful! I don't normally play solitaire games. In fact, the only other one I've played is Fairway Solitaire and I wasn't able to finish it. So, I can't compare it to the others. But I can say that I've played this game through 4 times now. I love it! It is so relaxing. The backgrounds and cards are beautiful. The music is soothing and varied. The gameplay has a few hidden object scenes here and there but they're super easy. The only thing I don't like much is the dwarf helper. I don't see how he's too helpful (but that could just be me). I enjoy the other three helpers. April 30, 2013
Fun and different way to play Solitaire! I love to play Solitaire and esp. this type. The story and graphics make playing this so much fun! And the different hidden object portions add just the right touch. Good choice, Big Fish!! March 30, 2013
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The Chronicles of Emerland Solitaire

Defeat the forces of darkness and defend Emerland by uniting the races of the world against the evil sorcerer, Sat, in this magical card game!

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