Marie Antoinette's Solitaire

Marie Antoinette's Solitaire

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You have been invited to take a peek into the life of queen Marie Antoinette, who surely knew how to have fun. Discover the life of the young royalty full of luxurious clothing, thrilling game nights, masquerades, delightful picnics and walks among the spectacular green alleys. Earn beautiful trophies and help Marie pick the accessories for her signature hairdo – all by playing the classic game of solitaire.

  • 120 unique levels
  • 12 locations
  • Beautiful trophies for the queen’s boudoir
  • Authentic music
  • Over 10 hours of play

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.8 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 178 MB

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Marie Antoinette's Solitaire

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Marie Antoinette's Solitaire is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pleasantly surprised! Have to admit I was pleasantly surprised after seeing some of the reviews. Numbers on the cards are BIG ( picked that under options ). Victorian style is really pretty and a nice change from most of my Hidden Object games. it is very relaxing to play and under the (easy) choice... it is just that! This is an up and down Solitaire game which is my favorite. Don't care about a story in Solitaire games so will let others rate that. Lovely and relaxing!
Date published: 2017-05-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Solitaire Game I liked this game it is the up and down type of solitaire which is my favorite. I played it on easy and got three roses on all the levels I played so far. I had to replay a couple levels until I got the hang of it but after that it was easier. I didn't listen to the music while I played so I can't review that. The game has a shop where you can buy different advantages like shuffle deck, show 20% of the cards etc., so if you buy a few of those it makes the game play a lot easier too. I had fun playing this game and intend to buy it. The only thing I didn't like was that after you collected the roses your hand was over. I like to finish the hand completely but that was the only negative for me. Still a buy for me.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I LIKE IT! It's not easy to find a new Solitaire game these days, and while the play is the same old up-down, the cards are pretty, the "music" relaxing (if you turn the volume down), and overall, I'm enjoying it. I bought it after playing 12 levels in medium mode (why make it hard for yourself, it's supposed to be enjoyable), and am looking forward to getting back to it.
Date published: 2017-05-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from poor graphics and lack of any real storyline Poor graphics and lack of any real storyline make this a pretty poor game of solitary
Date published: 2017-05-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from strange It is a very strange game in that you actually have to try not to win quickly. If you win to quickly you will not get enough roses. So it is odd but a bit of a challenge, Certainly not for everyone. It was a thumbs down for me.
Date published: 2017-08-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Right game wrong developer I love playing golf style solitaire if they are done well. This one wasn't. The game play was lame with no real purpose or challenge. I played 15 minutes before becoming bored and opting out. Might have become more of a challenge deeper into the game but I wasn't going to waste my time finding out. Graphics were poor at best and the colors were dull and washed out. Did like the option of the larger numbered cards. My tired old eyes would have given up on the smaller ones. I don't recommend this game even for the golf solitaire lovers such as myself just because of the lack of imagination developers didn't put into this one. Play the demo and decide for yourself. Have fun!
Date published: 2017-06-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Review based on demo - 49 of 120 levels I will try to point out some specific features that many players will either be okay with or not like at all to take into consideration I do highly recommend that you try the demo first to see if the smaller card size will work for you. While doing this, also consider the background as the cards tend to blend in a bit too much in a few scenes. This is a bare bones game. It is also very easy to pass the levels (rounds). I had just completed level 49 when the demo was up. Since there are only 120 levels, this game is not going to be a long game. 2 1/2 hours top total. These two reasons alone is why I will not be purchasing. There is no story - at all. Nothing, nada, zilch. Just high/low solitaire rounds, with nothing in between (no HO, no silly "time-filler") (some players will appreciate this). The music was pleasant enough. I had it fairly low so was able to hear it but tune it out at the same time. There are 3 modes: easy, medium, and hard. I played on medium. No annoying tutorial that keeps getting in the way of the first few rounds. They show you what everything means on one screen when you start and that is it. It does not tell you how to purchase power-ups and extra cards - I had to find that on my own just to see it, but never bought anything. They simply were not needed - even by level 49. Another thing to consider, in some of the rounds, I did not have to clear the board to win the round. There are no "stars" per round - just win or lose. If you get enough roses (points) and whatever the extra item is, then you win, round over. You can forward directly to the next level without having to be brought back to the windows board (in other games, this would be the "map" that tracks your progress). Even this was bare bones as you couldn't tell what level you were on but know there are ten rounds per section. The level shows while playing the round though. If you do have to redo a level, you only have to do that round and not the entire section (there are 10 levels in each section). There really isn't much more to say about this game. Nothing exciting but it was very relaxing to play and the time flew by. Unfortunately, there is nothing about this game that would justify me spending money on it (nor even use a coupon). It is not a bad game, just one too many things I am not thrilled with. I think some players may like it enough to do so though. I hope this review helps at least one person
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from if the first two rates are bad, the rest is immaterial... well that was a waste of time! i've still got 56 minutes on the demo and that was twice as long as it took me to know this game isn't worth the time. i agree that the cards are entirely too small and the overall graphics are way too busy and small to clearly understand what you're seeing. starting with the players' name, once typed in the name was almost unrecognizable... the swirls and flourishes, although pretty enough, should be toned down if they are to be legible. the graphics are indistinct and too muted. the gameplay is too slow and boring. i usually enjoy high/low solitaire, but i have to pass on this one.
Date published: 2017-05-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible graphics - no contrast at all The background graphics on this game and the cards graphics may have been pretty if they were by themselves, but together they blended into each other - absolutely no contrast at all. The cards themselves were also too small. This made game play very hard to see. I endured for a few minutes, but the game offered nothing remotely exciting, and just strained the eyes. I dont recommend this game at all.
Date published: 2017-05-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from PRETTY GRAPHICS PRETTY AWFUL FEATURES I'm usually not this critical of games offered by Big Fish, however, this game just isn't any fun. You can choose from 5 different Victorian themed card backs, and two different face card styles. None of these matter because the cards are way to small in the first place. You can also choose from three difficulty modes, Easy, Medium or Hard. I chose Medium at first, and had to play the very first level over and over again because I failed to meet the level requirements. I simply couldn't make any plays with the cards I received so I went back and created a different profile to switch to the Easy mode. (you can't just switch the difficulty setting on an existing profile) Surely this would get me through the first level, but nooo, I was lucky to make a chain of 3 cards in this mode! I finally made it through the first level, the second level took me two tries and I gave up when I only received two roses out of three, on the third level. What's the point? I understand that the levels will progress in just about any Solitaire game, becoming a little more difficult, but if you can't get through the first few levels, why bother with the rest of them? This is a Higher/Lower type solitaire game, which is really my favorite type, but I hate the type that require you to remove all of the "special" cards to beat the level, even with regular cards remaining. I hate this feature, I want to play until I get a perfect score by removing ALL cards, not just special cards. Try the demo on this game first, you'll probably agree with me that the cards are way to small and the level of challenge is way to hard because you can't seem to get any playable cards, I can only imagine what the Expert level is like!.
Date published: 2017-05-15
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