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Knight Solitaire

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$ 9.99 USD

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Become the champion of a royal tournament! Travel through 12 luxurious locations and enjoy entertaining gameplay set in a medieval setting.

Choose from several game modes to tailor the game's difficulties. For daring players, challenge yourself with special achievements and trophies. Make chains of cards, use bonuses, and get real royal rewards!

Outplay your rivals and win the kingdom's grand prize!

  • More than 100 levels!
  • Entertaining solitaire gameplay
  • High-quality graphics and relaxing music
  • Special achievements and trophies!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.9/10.8/10.7
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Hard Drive: 37 MB
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Knight Solitaire 3.3 5 11 11
I love my card games.... I enjoy a good game of cards..and this has it for me.. but.. I like almost everything about it...BUT.. I do not like the fact once you get all the gold cards.. the game ends.. I enjoy finishing the board of cards...but that's just me..smiles from ny November 17, 2014
completely awesome! With classic gameplay this game has wonderful medieval atmosphere. Real good art and sound quality August 21, 2014
love it make more it was fun and you need to make more games like this August 22, 2014
Bring on the knights! I like it. This game is a very simple up and down solitaire, but the sounds and the scenes make it a total delight. There is nothing unusual or difficult about it, just plain old mindless fun...nothing to buy that I could see, except for an additional undo. It gives you a wild card but I'm not sure how, possibly just a score thing, but it just doesn't matter. I could sit and play for hours. I absolutely love the sound of the clashing of the swords! (and the jousting scenery) Try it...you'll be hooked. November 17, 2014
What level is next? I love this type of game EXCEPT when you start a level, the first one is lit and the rest are locked. When you complete the first one, all the rest are playable. So you can play 1 and then go to 7 or 9. As my memory is not that good, why don't they make the game where you play the level in numerical order (because they DO get harder as you advance). I do appreciate the large number of levels which makes it worth the money and the music is not half bad. I did buy it, and am playing it alot (addictive). If you like this type of game , it is a good one. November 21, 2014
A Tad Bit Mundane I love solitaire games but I just couldn't get into this game. There are two modes of difficulty, Squire Mode which allows you to replay any level, and Knight Mode which only allows you to replay the entire pack. There are levels in locations such as the Royal Garden and the Castle Courtyard but nothing really exciting. This game requires you to play a card either higher or lower than the last card played or displayed regardless of the suit. If you remove all gold cards you win the hand automatically, even if other cards are left on the board. You can purchase bonuses in the shop for extra undo's, the right to remove the deck and re-deal new cards or buy more joker wild cards. You earn more points for long chains and there are available achievements, enjoy! November 17, 2014
Just Another Solitaire Game This solitaire game plays very similarly to a game of bowling in that there are 10 games (or rounds) you need to play with the highest score possible in order to pass the "Tournament". The graphics are nice. In "options" you can choose from a variety of card backs. The music reminded me of "Every Beat of the Heart" - lol. But, with bells or cymbals included. Or, maybe that song was just in my head - lol. The sound effects were diminutive in that I didn't pay that much attention to them There are 2 types of "Tournaments". In one, you can replay your hand - any hand. In the other, you have to replay the entire game. You have to play the first type in order to unlock the 2nd type of game play. In a "Tournament", there are 10 hands/rounds of game play. There are "x" number of "special" cards in each hand/round. You MUST use those special cards in order to get a perfect hand/round. That's what determines your score. If there are 4 special cards and you only get/use 3, you do not have a perfect hand. You can then choose to replay the hand or continue to the next hand/round without having a perfect score, which lowers your overall Tournament score. Sounds confusing, I know. Solitaire is NOT my best game to describe - lol. But, it is not and is quite entertaining, if not for the monotony and boringness (is that even a word?) of playing the same type of solitaire over and over. The types of "games" you play never varies, making it ...... boring. You can earn bonuses that will help you during your game play, as well as purchase them during the game. They are a mulligan (go back a card), shuffle, and a joker. They DO cost so purchase them and use them wisely. So, that's it in a nutshell (or not). This won't be a purchase for me because it was just monotonous playing the same type of game all the time with no change-up. It's strictly "high/low". There is no story line - which could be nice. I think I already own the best solitaire game on the BFG site anyway - lol. If you like a game of solitaire that doesn't take a lot of thought, or you are just getting into this genre of game play, this would be a great game to try. ENJOY! November 17, 2014
Nothing new It was okay but same old solitaire games just with different backgrounds and music. November 18, 2014
Very Mediocre Solitaire Yet another mediocre offering from 8 Floor games here. As another reviewer noticed, it is similar to at least one other standard solitaire offering from this developer - just a change of card backs, music etc. No story to speak of which makes it pretty mundane for a solitaire game. The sound effects were the only positive aspect to the game, but I quickly tired of them as well. There are a choice of card backs, but the three card faces offered are very basic and boring. With more thought put into these, the gameplay would have been more pleasurable. So, I can only give this 2 stars. I seldom give such a low rating. Not a buy for me, as there are many other solitaires which are Excellent. e.g.' Chronicles of Emerland' and 'Seven Seas Solitaire'. November 17, 2014
No Imagination -- EXACT Game Play as Halloween Solitaire I guess pretty much anyone can call themselves a game developer, as long as they have a computer and know a bit of programming code. Here's a "developer" that created a bare bones game EXACTLY the same as their Halloween Solitaire. This new installment is just as clunky and cheesy, except this version has a medieval theme with music instead of scary Halloween sounds. There's no story line, no achievements and no mini games to break up the monotony of this game. It's the same mind-numbing solitaire hands level after level after level. You can purchase re-shuffles, un-do's and jokers in-game as you need them, just as you would with any other solitaire game that's out there. So, I would say good night to Knight Solitaire and move on. November 18, 2014
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