Solitaire Chronicles: Wild Guns

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Saddle up for Solitaire Chronicles: Wild Guns and head out to the wild West! Shannon and Red Wolf have been astray for a while when they bump into a deserted town. For them, it's a chance to build themselves a home! Can you help them resurrect the settlement? Use the power of cards and match 3 to build a safe haven in Solitaire Chronicles: Wild Guns!

  • Rebuild a deserted wild west town
  • Score big to buy helpful items
  • Create a safe haven for the outlaws
  • Collect stars and see your city grow

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 3072 MB
  • DirectX: 6.0
  • Hard Drive: 599 MB

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Solitaire Chronicles: Wild Guns

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Solitaire Chronicles: Wild Guns is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You Go Girl !! I love rebuilding and solitaire, so this game was a good choice for me. It doesn't offer much challenge, but isn't short on fun. It has been a long time without a satisfactory solitaire game. I love having a female save the day in a Western adventure and I think Shannon and her friend, Red Wolf, will soon have everything ship-shape in a bustling new settlement. I haven't played a Match 3 yet, but if it earns extra gold, I'm all for it. There is a good assortment of upgrades to buy, some a little pricey, but I'm in no hurry....this shop is open all the time! I also love earning achievements to satisfy my personal challenges. The sound effects are somewhat annoying to me and the dialogue seems to leave the screen too quickly. There's lots to read before the next level pops up. Other than these minor negatives, I find Solitaire Chronicles very pleasing and I'm a big fan of Pioneer/Old West history. The game does provide some interesting facts, I just have to read a little faster!
Date published: 2017-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good solitaire I enjoyed this game. The graphics were good. The storyline was interesting. You built a town while fighting the bad guys and accumulating points to build the next building. A few minor irritations. The bits about history were on and gone in a blink. Not a chance to read them. And at the end of the game there was still one building that had not been rebuilt. But overall this was a good game and well worth the $3.49 price tag.
Date published: 2017-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Game I have been waiting for a good solitaire game to come along. This one is one up or down just the way that I like it. The western theme and storyline are cute. Gameplay is the usual and they threw in simple M3s which are fun. The only thing that I found annoying is the dialogue but everything else makes it worth purchasing (which I did :-) )
Date published: 2017-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Adorable! I loved this solitaire game...it's so cute. It is your standard one up and down card game, and is quite easy (seems to have the usual every-third-card-is-playable pattern), but the story is really cute and fun. You occasionally get to play a match 3 for extra cash (optional), and you can buy things to make it easier. You are building a town and with new developments come additional problems. The dialogue is worth reading because it is fairly amusing. Sometimes someone new comes to town and you need to help them retrieve a lost item, which you do during the solitaire part. I particularly liked the girl with her "little girl purse". For a solitaire game, this one is a lot of fun!
Date published: 2017-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great casual game except for the history lessons (which I don't need) This is a very fun game, and easy to learn, contrary to one negative reviewer. It has one up / one down (or golf) type play with various obstacles and corresponding power-ups. You can play an easy match-3 game for extra gold to buy power-ups and buildings. The story is about as good as you can expect with solitaire. The one problem is that the game offers interesting facts about the West while the next level loads. If you have a fast internet, this will pass by in a blur. But if you're stuck with a slow loading speed, you'll probably enjoy the distraction.
Date published: 2017-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'M BLAZING A SOLITAIRE TRAIL THROUGH THE WILD WEST Shannon Ferguson was just 16 years old when she left the comforts of her home to tame the wild, wild west. Her father was killed by a group of bandits robbing the bank, her mother passed shortly thereafter. Her immigrant parents never fulfilled their dreams of living out west, so Shannon hit the trail and left her Louisiana childhood home behind. She befriended a young Native, Red Wolf, who suffered a similar fate at the hands of these ruthless bandits. When they came across an abandoned town, they knew this was the place they could hang their hats and call home. As you play this Higher/Lower Solitaire game, a new citizen will arrive in town, each time you earn a star. One of the goals for each level, is to leave no more than 4 cards remaining. If you remove all cards you will earn 3 Stars. If you reach the minimum number of cards needed to obtain the goal, you will earn 1 Star. If the number of cards remaining is between the two values, you will receive 2 Stars. Some citizens have a quest to fulfill, and those quests are given as one of the goal levels. You can replay any level as often as you want to earn a better score, and you can play an optional Match 3 game with Limited Moves, to earn more gold. With the Gold you earn, you can rebuild the town with Banks, Train Stations, General Stores, Souvenir Carts, and even a good ole Saloon. You can buy upgrades in the Shop, such as extra Undo's, Number specific Wildcards, a Cards Remaining icon, a Bow to destroy a card of your choice, or even Dynamite that randomly destroys 3 face up cards. Occasionally you will receive Jokers on the board which can be used as the card of your choice, but you can't purchase Jokers. There are also several Achievements to earn. Shield cards require you to uncover Tomahawk Cards to unlock them, Royal Locks require removing Royal Cards (KQJ) of a specified number. Some cards have numbers on them requiring you to make matches of that card multiple times. Between levels, there are Fun Facts given, mostly about the origin of Playing Cards, but some of the facts are lengthy and there just isn't enough time to read them before the next level loads. I love a good Solitaire game, and I found this game to be a bit on the easy side, but interesting enough to hold my attention. It also has all the features I want when playing Solitaire, Higher/Lower type, and replayable levels are a must in order for me to purchase the game. Happy Trails, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-06-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Just OK Couldn't really work up a lot of enthusiasm for this game. Love solitaire but found this game a tad annoying especially the music which of course you can mute, was choppy and uneven moving around, had to keep hitting next button several times to get to the next level, got especially annoyed having to get hatchet cards to chop wood off certain cards and cartoonish graphics. Too bad because a good idea was there but got lost in the shuffle.
Date published: 2017-06-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from WAY TOO MUCH CONVERSATION I enjoy the actual game play but there was way too much conversation between every single level which I greatly dislike. I don't have a problem with it when you can skip it but with this game all you can do is click, click, click, click through it. Plus the characters are really lame. It cuts way down on the actual playing time for the demo. The game play itself is pretty fun & I didn't have any problems with bugs causing it to stop or jump or anything. If you like a LOT of story with your game you will probably like this one.
Date published: 2017-06-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from One out of the vaults??? I don't like to judge a book by it's cover (or a game by it's reviews), but my goodness! For a start - no custom cursor?? The music was tedious and had me reaching for the mute, the graphics clunky and the characters not much better. All the loading and jumping about had me a bit mystified as to what was happening, and the game had the same goals for the first 3 levels (I quit after that). I'm nut sure who they were targeting this game at, but with all the brilliant games on this site - this is a 2 thumbs down from this fishie.
Date published: 2017-06-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lacks refinement I actually enjoyed the story behind this game. I like being able to build a town. This has the standard upgrades you can buy, like extra undo, etc. What lost it for me was the choppiness moving from scene to scene. If you have never played a game like this before you'd be lost. There is not a lot of explanation behind certain elements. I knew what they were and what to do based on other games. Don't try this one first if you are new to these types of solitaire games! I played for about 20 minutes and got bored. Not a good sign for me. I won't be purchasing this one. Give it a try. You may enjoy it!
Date published: 2017-06-19
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