Heartwild Solitaire

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$ 9.99 USD

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One fateful night, after a daring escape from her violent and estranged husband, Anne travels the world alone, undergoing a journey of self-discovery, deliverance, and destiny. Follow her story of triumph, wrapped in mysticism. Uncover her fate through the use of the Heartwild magic cards that guide her footsteps, and yours. How much the cards reveal about her future depends on you!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 28 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Heartwild Solitaire 3.9 5 25 25
Not solitaire Sheesh!! Who wrote the tripey story??..."flushed delusions"?? Blech.. This is really not a solitaire game but a matching game which I guess can be entertaining, if you like that sort of monotony. The bonus rounds are slightly more fun but still not enough to merit forking out any kind of cash. I was only looking at this game because it's the daily deal, and now I can see why. Don't think so! January 2, 2014
A Gem...Not So Much. I love solitaire games but this is one I'll pass on since it's about matching pairs. Which is ok if you like that sort of card game but I like the classic solitaire game play. One positive thing about the game was the graphics. March 28, 2013
Waste of money I like playing solitaire games so was expecting something like the Fairways Games. It wasn't. Didn't seem to have any logic to collecting scores and was extremely monotonous. I didn't even finish my trial hour, which is most unusual for me. October 23, 2012
Very dark game Considering this is in essence a solitaire game the themes are very (IMHO) dark and depressing. This game deals with domestic violence (as the backdrop storyline), and has tarot cards and mysticism thrown in, Think BF should warn on all games if there are these types of themes in a game, as people would just expect a nice 'lighthearted' card game. The music also I didn't find relaxing more unnerving so this as well as the above meant 'I pulled the plug' after around 10 minutes. Also if you have your mouse set for a left-handed user this game will not work with that configuration thus you have to use the right button as the left click (using the mouse as if you were a left-handed person). December 22, 2012
Rediculous Girly Novel This is an absolutely silly, terrible game. To get to the game part, you have to go through this awful romance novel, and if I remember correctly, the solitaire game isn't normal solitaire. I don't remember there being any instructions, so I guess you already have to know how to play the odd games. Granted, from the name I should have realized that it would be silly, but I guess I expected a normal solitaire game with just some sort of stupid theme. Def. not my style. Maybe girly girls might like it, but it reads like a bad country song. If you really want to buy it, I would absolutely download the trial first. May 11, 2012
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