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Seven Seas Solitaire

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$ 9.99 USD

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Your bride-to-be has gone missing, and you’ve been framed for her kidnapping! As a retired naval officer, you now must scour the seven seas to solve the mystery and bring her home. Match cards and fire cannonballs to clear the levels and gather the clues and tools you need to find your darling Elaine. Do you have the skills and the courage to conquer the ocean’s dangers and become a captain of legend?

  • Gripping story
  • Build your own hide-away
  • Buy over 20 power ups
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 101 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Seven Seas Solitaire 4.2 5 55 55
Great game, great solitaire! I love this game. I played just few stages, but had to buy the game. What's great about this game is that beside being very good solitaire you can build your own island / hideaway like in Cradle of Rome or similar games. Solitaire rules are similar to Fairway or Avalon Legends Solitaire, but Seven Seas Solitaire has it's own fun twist. The graphics are very nice, and story is very good. I recommend this game to everyone :) January 28, 2013
Love these Solitaire games! I love these type of Solitaire games! If you like high/low Solitaire similar to Fairway, you'll love this game. There is some reading to following the storyline, but it's not excessive. There are objectives at each "island", which give you something to shoot for. I've only played the demo, but do plan on purchasing this game. The graphics are bright and colorful. January 28, 2013
Great solitaire with fun little tidbits I love all the solitaire games, but sometimes they can be a little too similar. This solitaire incorporates all the things you love about solitaire and adds tiny little mini-games for a fun twist, not to mention a ton of levels and goals. It's a great game to play while you are listening to the news. Fun and relaxing with a pirate flair. Arrrr you ready? January 29, 2013
Polly Wanna Play This is one of the best solitaire games I have played since Fairway Solitaire. Love the graphics and the sound is very relaxing and realistic. There are goals to meet and you also get to buy power ups. You sometimes have to get through wood or water in order finish the game. There also mini games in between sometimes to get more gold or it may take it away. You can also get cannon balls to destroy cards. I bought this game right away and have to pry myself away from the computer to get other things done. Ships Ahoy Matees! January 29, 2013
Best Solitaire Game Out There Until this game, my favorite solitaire game was Fairway by Big Fish. The actual card game on this one is much more challenging. The last level in this game is extremely difficult to get by - but I'm proof you can do it. You will need to use cannon balls on that last game so save them up. I also like that I will play this game again. (I like Fairway for the same reason.) Highly recommend this game if you are a solitaire lover. (And Fairway too!) February 7, 2013
Cards Ahoy! I played the hour trial and immediately used a credit to buy this game. A bit less intense than the Chronicles of Emerland, but the same style of play. The mini games are fun a little break in the action and keep you playing. I am not big into pirates or anything but I really like the visual look of the game, cute but not too cute. This game is not overly mentally challenging, but still keeps you playing because it's just so engaging. It's definitely worth checking it out and a good use of your free credit for sure & probably worth paying for too! March 18, 2013
Pirates, cards and cannons. What more do you need. If you just want to have a little bit of fun from the other genres. This is a very, good option. I don't even play many card games but this one is really, really good! Don't do alot of reviews either but this one was worth a shout out. Ratings I gave says it all. So ahoy matey. Drop anchor for a sea full of fun and travel the mighty waves. Each level is progressively harder so be prepared for a challenge. Great extras too. Demo it and you'll see. February 22, 2013
Great logic game I played this game for 60 minutes in trial mode and it's definitelly not enough. Even it's a card game, it has a wide storyline with lot of options, tools and extras. Visual effects are top class. Beside, the game gives lot of fun, it's a great game to practice logic thinking and concentration. I definitelly recommend this game for all young and older, who want to use their time, not only for fun, but also for streching brains. February 3, 2013
wow simply fantastic - cant stop playing January 29, 2013
play for 10 mins. and ready to buy Love this type solitaire game. I have play this type game since I was 7 years old, my Uncle came back from the Second World War and was playing it and show me how to play with real cards ( believe it or not you did play with real cards). Thank you for a new game. January 28, 2013
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