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All in One Solitaire

All in One Solitaire
Game Description: Play nine of your favorite solitaire games all in one place! Games include: Crescent Solitaire, Cruel Solitaire, Tri-Peaks Solitaire, Pyramid Solitaire, Klondike Solitaire, Gaps Solitaire, Spider Solitaire, Freecell Solitaire, and Fortune Solitaire.



How to Play All in One Solitaire: If you are unsure about how to play a game, click the 'How to Play' button in the lower left corner. (It is the button that looks like a question mark inside of a circle). A screen will pop up and explain the rules. After reading this information, click the 'Resume' button (the green arrow in the lower right corner) to continue your game.

Richard's Rating: 4 out of 5.

Comments: All in One Solitaire has excellent graphics. There are also a lot of cool built-in features. For instance, when playing Gaps Solitaire, when you hover your mouse over a blank space, the card that can be moved into the blank space will grow bigger, which makes game play much easier. For each of the games, All in One Solitaire will tell you how many moves you can currently make. This information is displayed in a blue bar at the bottom center of the game screen. For most of the games this information is very helpful, but for a few of the games like Klondike Solitaire and Spider Solitaire the information can be more confusing than helpful. The cards are nice and big, and easy to read, which is something I always look for in a card game. (You can also play All in One Solitaire in full screen mode which will, of course, make the cards even bigger). I played all nine solitaire games, and the only one I didn't really like was the Pyramid Solitaire game. It does not have any reserve card spaces like, for instance, Pyramid Solitaire Ancient Egypt does. I always find that when a pyramid solitaire game does not have the reserve spaces feature, it makes the game seem rather dull because you simply do not have enough flexibility to make inventive and bold plays. However, all things considered, I definitely feel that All in One Solitaire is an excellent addition to my site.




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3 comments:

  1. way too many ads between very short games

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  2. Hi Anonymous,

    I agree with you that there are probably too many ads on this game. I probably should have mentioned this in my review. If you are a regular reader of Richard's Game Reviews, you may know that placing ads between game levels is one of my pet peeves, and I have certainly written about that on more than one occasion. And, as you pointed out, some of the games are rather short in duration, so it is just about tantamount to doing the same thing. I certainly don't begrudge any game developer from making a few bucks from their games. I have tremendous respect for what they can do, and especially for their imagination and for their coding abilities. I am sure it is a lot of hard work. On the other hand, it is also important that they keep the game player in mind and don't overdo it with ads. Even though I share your sentiment about excessive ads, I still think there are some worthwhile games with All in One Solitaire. It is sort of a tradeoff, isn't it? But I definitely think that the good outweighs the bad, and I am still very happy to have this fine game here for everyone to play.

    Richard, from Richard's Game Reviews

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