Fairway Solitaire: Tee to Play
Good children's game
I was a big fan of the original Fairway. This one doesn't compare well. The graphics are good, and the level of difficulty does progress as you play, but it never gets beyond what I consider a children's game. My biggest complaint is the background sound. I got such a headache from the constant noise that I had to turn off the sound. If it weren't for that, I would have given the game four stars.
June 4, 2013
nice, but not my favorite genre
nice game, for a little break, the sound is nerved, and when I play Solitaire I will play only Solitaire, not a hybrid between two genres,...
who like this, give it a try,...I won't buy it
June 4, 2013
Needs Much Improvement
I have played the other version of this game and it is by far a much better product than this one is. The background noise is annoying and the voiceover's are barely audible at times. Not being able to maximize the playing window is annoying as well. Sorry but wouldn't spend a penny on this one as it stands right now.
June 6, 2013
The game is quite nice at first glance. Unfortunately, it has several shortcomings. Only playable in windowed mode. Very slowly. Unintelligible tasks. Very sad.
June 6, 2013
Boring as ever!!
I have played the other Fairway Solitaire and this is just another just like it. Playing this one is no different. I was bored to point of shutting the game down after about 10 minutes of the trial. I really thought it would be different, but it was not.
June 5, 2013
poor solitaire game
If you like playing solitaire then go for "Fairway Solitaire" instead.
June 4, 2013
almost impossible to play.
This like all the TEE games are almost impossible to play unless you buy their add-ons. That's not a game to me, that's cheating. Would not recommend any of them.
August 29, 2013
Okay to play - BUT
My last review for this game was not accepted because (although BFG urges "share your real opinion") the BFG moderator felt there was a "liability concern". I shall try to be more careful here...
This game is okay to play (the free bit anyway) but it really is just a reworked cut down version of its bigger brother Fairway Solitaire.
In my 'real opinion' it is not nearly as good as the original in design or gameplay and there is no full screen mode for play.
Also it is yet another of that growing band of 'free to play' efforts that encourage the player to spend REAL MONEY to buy upgrades to enjoy a fuller experience.
As a club member of many years I urge BFG to not give their stamp of approval to these 'free' games. I do not believe this is the type of game your loyal members want to see available through the BFG site.
Sorry, but I don't feel able to recommend this game (or its type) for many reasons - including some I am not allowed to voice here.
June 21, 2013
I like the game, however there were a few issues for me. The first was that the cards were to close to the clubs, and was difficult to remove without the clubs. The 2nd was that the gopher would appear behind the mulligan arrow and could not be hit. 3rd I could not buy the (clubs restore after one game) 4th - unable to open full screen. 5th - in the trophy phase it did not track the usage of clubs, how many times the gopher was hit. 6th - When a trophy was won you did not know what it was. Finally - I did not like the idea of purchasing anything for cash. Over all I like the game but it still has some issues.
June 20, 2013
Not Traditional Solitare
I personally LOVE different versions/ worlds of Solitare...With that said, i still like to stick to the traditional black & red downplay.....This is exactly the opposite!.......I didn't know if i was coming or going.......This one was a challenge for me , and Solitare should be relaxing , not difficult........ I was easily bored within the first minute.....AND you have to purchase upgrades........REALLY?........Sorry BF......2 stars for me.
June 13, 2013