Nordic Storm Solitaire

An ancient Nordic adventure awaits! Help Elof lead his people to a land promised by the God Feyr! Beware…this land is under dispute by the Jotun Idyl, an archrival of the ancient Gods. Play through challenging levels as the story unveils through the cards you've been dealt.

However, also try some of the many better made offerings from BF and see what suits you. That's about all I can say for the game. Very relaxing game. I almost didn't try this game because of some of the reviews. I chuckled every time I used it. If better done it could've been great but missed the mark in several places. Depending on how well you do, gold is awarded, and you can use it to purchase power-ups that do come in handy. I haven't seen that before. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by RasmusB from Another boring Solitair clone This game have most of features of other solitaire games, power ups bonus and such, and is quite the looker, but it very quickly gets old, because, if you restart a level, it's completely the same cards you se on the the screen. Overall, the game is well-crafted and should be appealing to most card game fans. There are also Achievements to earn for milestones such as using the undo button 25 times or playing cards. The cards are well drawn but on the small side tough for those with less than excellent sight and the odd "rune" shapes for numbers slow down play a bit. They look more like the cast of a slapstick comedy not a flattering comparison. The guy announced a storm was coming, but the only thing that happened was the playing of the cards.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by dusty from I like it! It gets tedious after a while, but card game fans should find some enjoyment with it. It is true that the cards are smaller than in some games, and the graphics could be prettier. But, as always, I advise giving it a try. I always get the solitaire games to play solitaire and this one is different and fun!! The guy announced a storm was coming, but the only thing that happened was the playing of the cards. I chuckled every time I used it. And that's very bad in my book, since it's then very hard to reply a level if you only got 2 stars of 3. You will have way more gold than you need if you only buy lightening and magnets. I like it that you can buy power-ups at a store with your points, and that you are allowed to do one move over if you make a mistake. You can purchase Boosters in the store, and these can be purchased in any amount, if you want to buy 10 of one kind and 2 of another. Multipliers start at 6 consecutive cards, and you receive one undo button per level, there are also wild cards to find and artifacts that contain coins hidden under some cards.

Could have been a contender. I also like it that you can play any level over again to gain more stars. You will have way more gold than you need if you only buy lightening and magnets. That's about all I can say for the game. But, as always, I advise giving it a try. However, there were also a few people that really liked it so I downloaded it. Very relaxing game. The story line? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by dusty from I like it! Sure did not measure up to other solitaire games at all, for example, Regency Solitaire or The Chronicles of Emerland. Lots of lightening not so much on the magnets- you will never need more than one per level. The music is ok but boring after awhile so I muted it. It also makes the entire experience a whole lot more pleasant. Not the prettiest game, but an enjoyable one. Multipliers start at 6 consecutive cards, and you receive one undo button per level, there are also wild cards to find and artifacts that contain coins hidden under some cards.

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4 thoughts on “Nordic Storm Solitaire

  1. Depending on how well you do, gold is awarded, and you can use it to purchase power-ups that do come in handy. The graphics will not set the world on fire but I prefer an interesting game without the fire works. There are also Achievements to earn for milestones such as using the undo button 25 times or playing cards. I chuckled every time I used it. But the gameplay was good.

  2. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by raydog from Give this game a chance. Rated 5 out of 5 by verimeri from simple fun This game requires little or no thought or plotting on how to get from one level to the other. On a trial basis, I recommend it if only for comparison with other similar games.

  3. Lots of lightening not so much on the magnets- you will never need more than one per level. Multipliers start at 6 consecutive cards, and you receive one undo button per level, there are also wild cards to find and artifacts that contain coins hidden under some cards. Could have been a contender. It is true that the cards are smaller than in some games, and the graphics could be prettier. However, there were also a few people that really liked it so I downloaded it.

  4. It makes it a little more tricky. Other than that, the audio and visual effects are well created and really do give a bit more value to the game. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by cherleadford from Just a Card game Played the demo. The cartoon type graphics are unlovely and the characters are far from heroic looking. What can I say except there is no storm.

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