Legends of Solitaire: Curse of the Dragons

Legends of Solitaire: Curse of the Dragons

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Long ago, Solitaire Kingdom was cursed by an ancient, evil spell! To lift the curse once and for all and return the kingdom to its former glory, you must embark on a great quest and defeat the dragons! Gather companions, trade coins for goods at the blacksmith’s workshop, and claim rightful victory against these ferocious beasts!

  • Exciting storyline will keep you guessing!
  • Trade coins for items to help you on your quest!
  • Multiple characters to choose from

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 116 MB

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Legends of Solitaire: Curse of the Dragons is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best This the best solitaire game I've purchased so far. Music doesn't distract from the game, lots of power ups (but a tad pricey), and love the card designs. Only gave a good instead of excellent rating on the sound since the soothing voice constantly telling me "wonderful" was a tad annoying. A very enjoyable game.
Date published: 2017-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great game Do not understand why the bad blogs on this perfectly wonderful game. The art work is outstanding. There is an undo button. Game moves along fast so I play it steady.
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Could Listen To The Story Reader All Night Long! In many ways this is your typical one-up/one-down solitaire game that is moderately challenging. But, the legend tale that is told is a wonderful story in itself, and the gentleman who reads the tale has an incredible voice that draws one into the saga being told. That, to me, is what sets this game apart from so many of the others. Kudos! Of course, there are a couple of small things that I would like to see improved/changed: Please add the ability to re-play the hand if the player wants to improve his/her score; The wilds that can be 'purchased' with the score coins are specific numbered cards... If the player is purchasing multiple wilds at once, please make them different. I had some games where I kept buying a wild, hoping for a useful card, only to draw four or five of the same card #i.e. all 6's#. Finally, the power-ups for purchase in the store could be a bit more robust, as with your other games. Thank you!!!
Date published: 2015-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from hang in there, it's worth it! I really enjoyed this game. I'm new to solitaire games, this was a challenge. Loved the music very much. I had a hard time later in the game, I hadn't purchased any extra's in the store to help. I checked out what the forum had to say. Then I restarted the game, bought items in the store, and put the suggestions to work from what others recommended. It was great. I hope we get more games like this.
Date published: 2015-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very cool Solitaire game This is one great Solitaire game!! Loved the story line, beautiful graphics, bright coloring! If you are looking for hours of great gaming this is one for you!! Have played it time and again never get bored of it!!
Date published: 2015-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Most Excellent Game I have just finished the game and so wish that it would continue on and on and on!!!! The story was one of the most captivating that I have ever heard and the voice was absolutely perfect for the game and story line. I loved it so much that I have my brother playing the game. I can not say enough about this game. It was tremendous. If you like solitaire games, then this is a must for you. It is a typical one card up and one card down game.
Date published: 2014-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quite the unique story. Loved it. I gave this game a 5 stars because of the story. In the way the story is narrated, I feel that it is most exquisite and uniquely done and was well worth the play. I felt the game play was repetitive to most of the card games. The music was done well.
Date published: 2014-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Story Teller Out There!! Wow and wow. Love this one! The Narrator of this tale has a wonderful deep DEEP kinda gravelly voice that just draws you Into the story which is well crafted and beautifully written. Yes, it's all about Evil Dragons to be conquered, nothing new here. But aside from the standard card play it just stands out from the others. The play is similar to Avalon with Fire,Ice, Vines and stone to be removed. What hooked me is the progression of the story and the narration which is top notch. The story itself is extremely detailed and if it were a book I'd probably buy it, it's that good. I have no problem giving this one 5 stars all the way!
Date published: 2014-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Legends of Solitaire I have the first one: Legends of Solitaire, The Lost Cards. I enjoyed it. This one is even better then the first. The graphic has good quality and loved the music. I played the demo and it seemed to be easy until I bought it and now it has gotten harder. So it's not boring.
Date published: 2014-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very, Very Enjoyable Game! This review is based on the finished game. I was surprised to see a few negative reviews of this solitaire game, as I thoroughly enjoyed it! Perhaps that’s because I’ve always been a big fan of Tolkien’s trilogy and the trilogy of movies made from it. The artwork and music are DEFINITELY derived from the movies. In fact, one of the cards looks so much like Legolas the elf that I wondered if they had to get permission to use the image. The music, which is unobtrusive and often quite pleasing, sometimes strays from the movie’s themes JUST enough to avoid copyright infringement but lends the same atmosphere, which I enjoyed. As well, the narrator’s voice is deep and gravelly, telling the story in as stylized a fashion as any fantasy lover could desire. Yes, the artwork is somewhat sketchy and two-dimensional but I didn’t find that detrimental to the fun of the game. The standard 3 modes of play are available. The play is simple fun; you empty the screen by placing a card that is either one card higher or lower than the upward-facing foundation card. There are several helps and obstacles presented during play. One little detail I enjoyed was that sometimes the cards are placed sideways or at angles, making it fun to look at while keeping you on your toes to pay attention to what cards are available for you to play. For those unfamiliar with this type of game, the first chapter includes a tutorial which points out the helps and obstacles for you. The game itself consists of 40 chapters of 10 “hands”; each chapter becoming a little more difficult. Every chapter begins with a narration (skippable) of the continuing storyline, along with your goals for the chapter. These requirements increase as you play, consisting at last of how much gold you must amass, how many cards must be taken in a row (called a combo), how many “Perfects” you must achieve (meaning removing every card from the screen), how many stars to amass, and an overall goal of filling the “Dragon Bar.” How this last is achieved is never actually explained however as you play each hand the bar fills itself, and I never encountered a chapter in which the dragon bar did NOT entirely fill. A small help I enjoyed was that if you overlook a card that you might have played and draw a new card from the foundation deck, the overlooked card will wiggle to show you the lost opportunity, so if you have an “Undo” in your inventory you can correct your mistake. There are 20 “achievements” you can amass, though they don’t affect the play – they just record things like how many perfects you achieved, how many times you used a certain tool, and so forth. THE STORE The gold coins you amass may be used in the “store” which, other than during the first chapter, is only accessible at the map screen. Here you can purchase power-ups to help you along in the game. POWER UPS There are 12 power ups available, some of which have effects such as uncovering face-down cards, improving companion recharge time or providing an extra “undo”. Three of these are kept permanently in your inventory and can be used in every screen however two of them; the fire-extinguishing Amber Potion and the Skeleton Key can only be used once PER CHAPTER, and must be re-purchased from the store at the beginning of each chapter if you wish to do so. As well, you can NOT own more than one of each power up at any time. Occasionally one of the foundation cards will be a “wild card” which will randomly become a card numbered between 2 and 9. You can only hold up to six wild cards at any time however if you need some you can purchase them with your collected gold. COMPANIONS At the beginning of the game you’re offered your choice of either a male or female companion whose “power” is to remove a random card from the screen. I played games with both and found NO difference between them. As the play continues you are gradually joined by three additional “companions”; each of whom offers a different skill, such as throwing a useful card on the foundation deck. Interestingly, halfway through the game one of your companions leaves and is immediately replaced by a different species of character that offers the same benefit to you, which struck me as odd. Once their power is used, the companions recharge via the suits of the cards you play. OBSTACLES At the beginning of each hand, cards might be blocked by a stone wall, a sheet of ice, an overgrowth of plants, a wall of fire, or a padlock. These must be overcome by the appropriate power up. There is an additional obstacle card that appears intermittently called the Dragon, which sets fire to a card. With only one exception, this card cannot be used until the fire is extinguished by use of the Amber Potion or simply goes out by itself. It takes the play of a number of other cards before any fire goes out by itself but eventually this will happen. SUGGESTIONS I would like to offer to the developers two suggestions that might make the game more enjoyable. First, when you’re on a card screen there is no indication of which chapter and hand you’re playing. It would be very useful to see this, as sometimes my strategy changes depending on how close to the tenth screen I am. Secondly, if you fail at a chapter and must begin it again, you can NOT return to the store to buy more fire potions or padlock keys. Yes, making the game harder is probably the goal but how about offering it at least in the casual mode? Overall, I enjoyed the game very, very much and recommend it highly.
Date published: 2014-04-21
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