Solitaire Call of Honor
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Solitaire Call of Honor

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When Princess Olivia falls in love with Lance, a knight, they’ll stop at nothing to ensure this unconventional marriage has a happy ending. Tragically, their plans to marry are cut short when the princess is kidnapped by subjects of the dark order, a secretive group with their own agenda for the kingdom.

To save Olivia, Lance will have to partner with Prince Richard and embark on an adventure where he must ultimately decide between the call of honor and his one true love.

Join Lance and Prince Richard in this kingdom building solitaire adventure and help shape the future of the kingdom!

  • 5 bright worlds and 200 fantastic card deals
  • Beautifully crafted story about love and honor
  • A mix of solitaire and city builder
  • Exciting and easy to learn gameplay
  • Earn colorful trophies and other awards

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.14/10.13/10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Hard Drive: 209 MB

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Solitaire Call of Honor is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SOLITAIRE CALL OF HONOR IS WONDERFUL!!!! I love everything, including the music....it's just the kind of music I love to hear while I am playing card games. The graphics are beautifully done and the game is super responsive! I can't seem to find a single thing to complain about. A gorgeous and fun solitaire game and I highly recommend it :)
Date published: 2020-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I LOVE SOLITAIRE GAMES BY THIS DEVELOPER! Review based upon 50 Levels so far I am very particular about my Solitaire games, they have to be challenging yet fun, and I have to be able to remove all of the cards, not just "special cards" like some Solitaire Games. When I first started playing the demo of Solitaire Call of Honor I thought I wasn't going to purchase it because it seemed really easy for the first 5-10 levels, but it turns out, that was far from the case. I have replayed some levels several times because you don't get a ton of deck cards and the obstacles to overcome can be quite challenging. There are 4 Card Graphic styles and 2 Font styles (themed & a large font) to choose from and there are 20 Achievement Trophies to earn as well as 10 Wallpapers, 9 Character bio's, and 10 Mini-Games available which all appear to be 40 piece Jigsaw Puzzles. You can earn up top 3-Stars (Remove all Cards+3-stars/Two or fewer=2-stars/3 or 4 cards remaining=1-star) I loved that the level restarts wicked fast when you click the replay tab! You will uncover various resources as you progress and those resources are used to build and upgrade forges, sawmills, etc, but I'm on level 50 at the moment and there have only been a few actual "new" constructions, I just keep upgrading the same ones over and over? Bonuses appear briefly on some of the Cards on the board to help you progress, such as the Eye of Merlin which flips over 2 random face-down cards, Gold Coins which gives you 50 bonus coins, and my favorite +2 Deck Cards, when removed from the field. You can purchase Jokers, Shuffles, Deck Card Counters, and Bonus Cards that become available once you reach a certain level, with the coins you earn while playing. You can purchase Jokers but occasionally, you will earn Number Specific Wildcards during gameplay. There are only 4 Slots for wildcards and jokers so if a wildcard appears on the board when all 4 slots are filled, the card will automatically be placed on the deck when played, otherwise, it will go into an available slot for use at your discretion. You can store 4 Bonus Card Purchases as well, the Golden Horseshoe replaces the current deck card with a useable card, the Elven Longbow removes an active card of your choice, the Watchful Timepiece shuffles all cards on the board, and King Arthur's Sword removes 2 Random Cards from the board. All four of the bonus cards can be purchased X2 without using an extra slot. Obstacle Cards are added to the mixture to keep you on your toes. Some levels only have one type of obstacles, other levels throw in the whole shebang and include all of them! So far I have encountered Leather Straps and Ivy Cards that requires playing the card twice to remove, Shield Cards that require uncovering and playing Sword Cards (the shield card glows to alert you which pile it is hidden under) KQJ Seals that requires removing a King, Queen, and Jack Card (in any order and it does NOT have to be within the same chain combo) and Boarded Cards that requires playing the Axe Card to remove. This was a purchase I absolutely don't regret. From what I can tell, there are 200 Solitaire Levels, decent graphics, a King Arthur storyline with a builder aspect, level replayability, interesting Obstacles and morphing Bonus Cards. With the exception of the first 5-10 levels, every level is challenging because there are so many obstacles to overcome with very few available deck cards to do it with. I have been playing this game daily since its release and have only made it to level 50, so I feel like I'm getting my money's worth!
Date published: 2020-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Solitaire Has It All If you are looking for a solitaire with all the right stuff, this is it. 200 levels of challenge due to so many obstacles to beat, with a small amount of cards to work with. What fun! It was frustrating at times and I enjoyed every bit of the demo. Just had to buy this one! Call of Honor contains jigsaw mini-games, a variety of card styles, wallpapers, lots of achievements, cards that morph, good amount of obstacle cards, great bonuses, 3-star goal for each level, a decent shop and nice graphics. The storyline is okay and a kingdom is waiting to be built. I'm at level 22 and I feel a very long game ahead of me, especially considering the levels I know will have to be replayed to earn those 3 stars. So far I have not met any tech problems, the game works quickly and hitting replay restarts your level in a nano second which is great if you are an impatient player like me. I feel my $$ was well spent on this game and I appreciate the fine quality evident throughout. This one will not sit on the shelf amongst the cobwebs of all the inferior solitaires I have sadly uninstalled.
Date published: 2020-08-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from EASY GAME Although I did like the game I found it rather easy. It took until level 15 when I had to use "helpers" to get my 3 stars. However, I prefer the solitaire games that require you to find the golden cards because they offer more of a challenge.
Date published: 2020-08-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Too challenging for me First off I apologise for only giving 3 stars but for me it was just too much of a challenge. I needed an easier mode that maybe gave you more cards. I realise most loved this but as I say a lot of the time, we are all different. What is good for some is not for others. I was constantly restarting a level because I ran out of cards. I just could not get the vibe for this game even though it has a great entertainment value I just wanted to not all the time have to replay each level umpteen times. So for me its a no
Date published: 2020-08-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too challenging for me That says it all... Not fun. I bought but will delete.
Date published: 2020-08-31
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