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Genre: Cards :: Players: 1 :: Released: 03/12/09

365 Solitaire Club Review

Developer: Connect2Media

Pros

Game Features

Rating/100

11 versions of Solitaire
3 game modes
Online chat

Cons

Average graphics

See Compatible Handsets

76

Graphics

62

Sound

60

Controls

85

Playability

79

Lastability

91

Review Details
Handset Sony-Ericsson K800i
Time Played 2 hours

Anannya Sen ’s Review

Review Date: 03/12/09

The next in the club series but with Solitaire.


We played the last game in the club series, which was puzzle club. If you missed the review you can check it out here. We even gave it a silver award.

Well, we're onto the Solitaire version, and instead of 3 puzzles, the developers have decided to go with 12 types of solitaire. That's right 12. I didn't even know there was 12, but there they are. Although why we have Klondike 1 and Klondike 3 without Klondike 2 is beyond me. Still, there are rules for each type of solitaire, although if you are unfamiliar with the versions it might take you a bit of time to get used to them.

As with the last puzzle game, there are 3 main modes. Quick play where you can play any solitaire game for a quick go. Calendar mode where you play a different game each day (only once you've unlocked them), and season mode where you play up to 4 games to get through the season. The first game is random selection, but then you have a choice the next time.

The actual games are very addictive, but then if you've ever played freecell or solitaire on your pc you will know that. The game allows you to save progress and continue later, and believe me, once you are racking your brains, you will want to do just that. Or you could take the easy way out and redeal the decks. I'm not going to say whether I did this or not...ahem...but I did.

As with the other 365 game, there are achievements to be had, and you get them when you finish a puzzle or complete a season. I wasn't actually as interested in what the achievements were, as I was with playing the game. I had forgotten how addictive solitaire can be and this game was a refreshing reintroduction for me. Of course, the added bonus of so many versions of solitaire and new strategies to learn definitely helped. There is even some online chat if you're getting stuck or bored.

I'm not going to say too much about the graphics, sounds and controls as they basically the same as the last version. But even though I should be moving onto my next game, I am finding myself thinking about having just one "quick" game of solitaire. Worth a look.