Solitaire Mystery: Four Seasons

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$ 9.99 USD

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In the City of Magic Cards, time is standing still. Wise and foreboding Nature has imposed a curse as punishment for the greed and avidity of the city's entitled inhabitants. Now, it is perpetually autumn in the drizzly district of Spades. Clubs are frozen in time by a never-ending winter. Hearts have halted at the very budding of a spring that may never blossom, and Diamonds are drying out in the scalding summer sun. It's up to you to jumpstart the Magic City clock and get it turning again! Test out myriad solitaire layouts, solve dozens of unique and exciting puzzles, and save the City of Magic Cards!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 111 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Solitaire Mystery: Four Seasons 2.9 5 18 18
MORE THAN JUST SOLITAIRE! I really liked this game. This is a solitaire game where you click on cards on the board that are higher or lower than the card on your deck. Then there are games where you try to clear the board with matches similar to mahjong and your deck deals two at a time, you can make matches with your deck cards or matches that are showing on your board. The only complaint I have as you can't go back if you miss a card. There are also mini games such as an association game where you match an item in your inventory to a match in a scene that is associated to that item like a ball and glove. I especially liked the eerie music. Enjoy! September 24, 2013
REALLY GOOD SOLITAIRE! This is definitely a keeper! The artwork is beautiful, and the story is are unlocking the seasons by earning clock tower pieces. There are four suites with 24 parts to I'm thinkin' 96 levels at least. In between, you enter different buildings that change the back drop, and in each there is an HO scene. They are lists sometimes, and sometimes you have to find related objects for pictured items...really quite different. Maybe HO devs should try this once in a while. There are also puzzles occasionally, which while standard, are once again so beautifully drawn, you just want to keep looking at them. The solitaire itself is not just up and down, but sometimes it deals pairs, which you can match to the board...this type seems more difficult. You need to try a couple of times, then, if you do not achieve the level, it will let you advance if you so choose. So, I imagine it will not be totally impossible at the end, like some solitaires turn out to be. There is no un-do button, which is different, so I had to be more careful than usual. I have never seen so much care taken in the graphics for a solitaire game...they are worth the price alone; just gorgeous! I was disappointed when the time ran out on the demo, so I am off to purchase and continue. Excellent!! September 24, 2013
Not your ordinary solitaire game I 'trialed' this game. After 1/2 hour of play, I bought it! It has a great variety of soiltiaire. Match as well as klondike. There are other puzzle and hidden object games! The story line kept my interest! This game has teeth! So worth the price of admission! September 24, 2013
Lovely game... It is a mix of cards, HOG, mahjong and puzzle games that keeps you interested during all the time. You have to be more careful because you cant lose a card - there is no undo - so, if you miss one, you cant go back. I tried demo and bought it immediately. I recommend this game. September 24, 2013
fun to play! This is a fun solitaire game and added into the mix at a point every level is a wonderful find-it puzzle with great illustrations. I just had to share how much I am enjoying! October 12, 2013
Fun, But Where?d The Story Go? BASED ON DEMO This is an interesting mix of genres, having several HOPs and other puzzles (so far, they have been easy, spin the tile and sliders), as well as two styles of solitaire. It was certainly very appealing to me when I saw it as one of the top games of 2013, and I?m surprised that I had somehow missed it. It doesn?t live quite up to expectations though. I loved the idea of ?SOLPA?, solitaire puzzle adventure, but that implies a story to hold all the action together. Unfortunately, we don?t seem to get much of that. We are thrown straight into a solitaire game the second we press play. The notebook records almost nothing, and really, what else can it do? We receive very little input about the game other than instructions if required. We move about from one place to another on the map, with no warning, explanation or reason. The gameplay itself is quite addictive. The two types of solitaire (standard match-one-up-down, plus one where we must find pairs) are fun and varied enough by the large number of layouts offered. In some ways the game is pretty basic. There are no fancy powerups or other gimmicks normally found in these sorts of games, no points, no achievements. Just the special locked and unlocking cards. But I found this much more soothing to play, and easy to lose myself in. The HOPs also come in two types ? word list, and ?place the related item?. There have been a couple of slider games, one very easy, the next one not so much. Also one quite nifty spin the tile game. I guess I should mention that the graphics are clear and the backgrounds interesting. It opens in widescreen, but looks a lot better without the adjustment, even though that means black bars. The card backs are not much, and there is no option to swap them. But the game looks nice. Sounds good too, with cheerful melodies that, at times, could have been a little quieter. Still, there are options. There are 96 (4 suits x 24) levels, and I made it to 15 before the demo time ran out ? on that basis, there would appear to be 8 hours worth of play in this game! Apart from the confusion caused by not knowing what the story was, this is an excellent game, an old fashioned solitaire game, mixed with various puzzles to provide a 'richer gaming experience'. *grin* December 30, 2013
Good solitaire mis It is a good relaxing game. No score just win or loose. October 14, 2013
try a bit harder I'm nearly finish with the game, and the lanes become a bit boring . The music i brain damages.. I would love, if you could lost a game or you cold Se point or somethings.. overall a oki game September 25, 2013
I REALLY, REALLY wanted to like this game Based on full demo. I love solitaire games & after all of the glowing reviews I was sure that I was going to love it. Boy was I ever wrong!! The story & graphics are very good BUT the music was atrocious & the game was so very B O R I N G. The first HOS game you had to match what was in the inventory with the cluttered, teeny, tiny objects in the junk pile. The second HOS was the usual find thing in the junk pile with 2 interactive things to find. At that point my trial mercifully ended!! The card games just repeat over & over in a never ending loop. If you miss a play you cannot go back & there does not seem to be any award for perfect games or having a long run of cards. Cannot tell you what a disappointment this game is. A definite NO BUY.... September 25, 2013
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Time has come to a stand-still for the citizens of the City of Magic Cards. Solve dozens of unique and exciting solitaire puzzles and lift the curse that’s stopped the seasons from changing!

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