Indian Legends Solitaire

Indian Legends Solitaire

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Go on a breathtaking solitaire adventure and discover the treasure of the lost city!

The raja has announced that his daughter will be married to the first person who finds the treasure hidden in the lost city! The warrior, Isha, and the princes are in love but the old general Anish wants to seize the throne and this is the opportunity he’s been waiting for. Help Isha and the princess find the treasure, so they can be together!

  • Wonderful ancient India atmosphere
  • Clever and challenging solitaire puzzles
  • Remove all cards to win – jokers are wild
  • Various game modes and numerous bonuses

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 83 MB

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Indian Legends Solitaire

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Indian Legends Solitaire is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a good solitaire game, IMO I disagree that this game is designed for children, just because of the cartoonish design/graphics. I am on level 108 and I have no idea how many more levels there are. I agree with another review here that I find it difficult to earn 3 stars. I am settling for 2 in this game some of the time, especially if I am low on coins to buy power ups on the left side of the game screen. I enjoy the big bold colors and the fun characters. It's a nice change from some of the dark story lines in many of the HO games that are offered. Sometimes I want to just relax and have fun without burning a lot of brain cells. On some levels, there are 3 requirements that have to be met to advance to the next level. Some of those do not require you to take every card in order to advance. I have found this to be a really fun and relaxing game overall.
Date published: 2018-09-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from simple fun This is a very relaxing type of game. The few little HO mini games are pretty easy. The main game play is not to challenging. Overall I like it as the kind of game I play in the evening when I just want to take life easy and not think too much.
Date published: 2018-09-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not bad This game is probably for young players, but it is still interesting to play. It has some nice variations like sometimes you have to find a certain amount of cards in sequence to win or eliminate a certain number of them. And there are a few hidden object scenes, though easy. I bought it as it is entertaining. You earn coins with which you can buy jokers, etc. Try it. :)
Date published: 2018-09-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Big Headed Little Guy Isn't He? This is the first solitaire game to come along in ages, that I really like. It's fun and has a storyline, but didn't get far enough to check it out. The graphics are nice and colorful, met only a few characters so far. Didn't get to meet the princess! I did not like the blue elephant in the beginning of game with all her arrows and hints, Thought she would never leave!!! Later, popped up occasionally to explain a new task. I don't want to give it all away so I won't explain the functions of all the bonuses and bonus cards or all the tasks. There are surprisingly quite a few and very useful. I loved the booster cards. There are a total of 10 different tasks. You can earn up to 3 stars and your score goes on a leader board that already has pics of other players, don't know if it is a real "competition" or not, but it's fun. Also earn coins I know you can use to buy up to 25 extra cards, don't recall if can be used for anything else. Another reviewer will post a very informative review to give you the big scoop and much better than I can. I think many of us solitaire lovers will be thrilled that we can play right to the end....HOORAY, NO GOLD CARDS, except I think once as one of the special tasks! There is a relaxed mode, play with a fuller deck. And an expert mode with a smaller deck. The music is okay, it can be turned off if no likey It is East Indian which is good, but a bit distracting after a while. Hopefully, this turned out to be a good purchase on our special Bonus Monday. I did enjoy the demo!! God Bless....
Date published: 2018-09-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Story line exactly the same as match 3 Legends of India game Typical solitaire game. I did like that there were goals on each level. Even playing the difficult level it was a pretty easy game but having played the Legends of India match 3, I was disappointed that even the dialogue was the exact same as the other game, which I bought previously. For that reason I would not buy this game.
Date published: 2018-09-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cute This is aimed at children and as such is successful. It is bright, good graphics, easy to learn and easy to play. Probably to easy for seasoned solitaire players. The goals in each round vary but are never very difficult. If you are new to this type of game or want a game for young players, this is a good choice. OH! I do NOT like the new Big Fish logo. Why would BFG want to get rid of Felix?
Date published: 2018-09-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from JUST DIDN'T FLOAT MY ANCIENT ARTIFACT BOAT Normally I love Solitaire games but when the demo ended I didn't feel a need to keep playing. This is just a take-it-or-leave-it kind of game with nothing really exciting going on, certainly nothing to write home about. If you like a Solitaire game with a ton of Power-up's that basically plays the game for you by removing entire rows and columns, you'll probably love this game, but I prefer to win levels by physically removing every card by luck of the draw (and of course some strategy) with perhaps the use of an occasional Joker, but at my discretion. You can play this Higher/Lower Solitaire game in a Relaxed mode which gives you twice as many deck cards, or Expert mode, but in my opinion, it needed a middle ground. I played in Expert mode but most of the levels started out with an average of 15-20 cards and it was really difficult to remove all of the cards when you are only dealt a handful of cards at a time. If you don't remove all of the cards, you will be given the option to buy 15 extra cards, but you only have a few seconds to make your decision, which kind of takes away from the relaxation aspect of the Solitaire game. On the left side of the screen, there are Bonuses that are available such as Jokers, Undo's, Shuffles, and a feature to Remove 1 Card of your choice, and an Explosion Card to destroy several selected cards. Every level has a specific goal or goals requirements to meet, and Power-up & Bonus Cards will be added to the field for each goal requirement completed. These include Horizontal and Vertical Slashers to remove the entire row or column, or a Bomb Explosion card to destroy surrounding cards. There are the usual Blocked or Obstructed cards such as Frozen Cards that require two plays to remove, or Lock Cards that require you to uncover the Key Card etc. After 10 levels you get to play mini-games or hidden object scenes to break up the monotony. As I said earlier, I'm not crazy about being forced to use bonus cards that remove most of the cards by exploding them instead of including them in long chains. I also found it very difficult to earn all 3 stars. There were times when I met 2 out of 3 goal requirements, (but not the required points) but because I had to click on the bonus cards that appeared as a reward for meeting 2 goals, it didn't allow me the chance to earn enough points by removing the cards in a higher/lower chain because they were all destroyed by the explosion, so I only earned two stars! Check out the game to the left (current favorite) I think you'll find it to be much more fun!
Date published: 2018-09-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Quality One-Up-One-Down Another subpar one-up-one-down solitaire game. And to make it worse, one of the world's most worshiped deities (Ganesha) is used as a cartoon character to teach us the rules! Ignoring that (which I feel is extremely disrespectful), I saw no way to skip the tutorial. Really, how hard is a one-up-one-down? With all the same "extras" and upgrades? Usual extras, bombs that take out several cards (look at the "help" feature to see just how many and what others do), jokers, reverses. Your goal is shown at the bottom. For some reason it looks like a negative thing, with an X over it. Earn coins. And, how do we use them? I clicked around and found no store access. The deck has a tremendous amount of cards! More than a deck would really have, and it makes the hands too easy. It doesn't seem like it's for children any more than any one-up-one-down though, the game play is exactly the same. The hero warrior is named Isha, which means "woman" in Hindu! The developer is based in Brazil (if the scant info about them online is correct), but still, if I could find out the meaning of "Isha" so could they! I HATE fake leader boards! This game has one. Right off I'm the "master," with more points by far than Emma, William, Elizabeth, James, or Sophia. Names right out of a book, from a middle class, middle American library, "Popular Baby Names." Didn't play quickly. A bit out of focus. Boring to the utmost. And, as I suggested in my first paragraph, the inclusion, as a cartoon character, of a world religion's revered icon is just wrong.
Date published: 2018-09-24
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