Mystery Solitaire: Arkhams Spirits

Step into the mystical and entrancing worlds of Howard Lovecraft as you complete unusual and challenging solitaire levels. Explore 12 locations connected with Howard's life and work while earning cool trophies. Levels of varying complexity provide several hours of exciting gameplay and special Golden Cards add an extra layer of fun.

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Mystery Solitaire: Arkham's Spirits - Gameplay

I realize my reviews for games by this dev sound repetitive, but that's because the games are recycled games. Power-ups are few and need to be purchased with the coins you earn. If you own or played any games by this dev, you've more than likely already played this one because you just can't tell the difference between them! The only mystery here is why they continue to offer the same style of Solitaire when there are so many to choose from, and why they continue to offer the least popular type? I also hate that when you remove a Bonus card with a Gem it takes forever to explain what the card gives you, as it freezes continued gameplay to tell you what you won. Lovecraft my computer is named Lovecraft There's simply nothing special about it at all. I know the game of solitaire is. And patience. There are 12 different Packs, and each pack has 10 levels, you need to earn the specified amount of points to unlock the next pack, and the scoring is similar to bowling, in the event of a perfect score, the points of that level are added to the next. Rated 5 out of 5 by jeannemchilde from One of the Best! You can choose from 9 Mystery themed card backs, and 3 different face card fonts. Like its predecessor, The Black Raven, Arkham's Spirits is just another cookie cutter version of all the other solitaire games by this dev. However, Arkham's Spirits may sound intriguing but it's not. However, Arkham's Spirits may sound intriguing but it's not.


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There are 12 different Packs, and each pack has 10 levels, you need to earn the specified amount of points to unlock the next pack, and the scoring is similar to bowling, in Mystery Solitaire: Arkhams Spirits event of a perfect score, the points of that level are added to the next. The only mystery here is why they continue to offer the same style of Solitaire when there are so many to choose from, and why they continue to offer the least popular type? The only mystery here is why they Mystery Solitaire: Arkhams Spirits to offer the same Snow Queen Mahjong of Dolphin Dice Slots when there are so many to choose from, and why they continue to offer the least popular type? However, Arkham's Spirits may sound intriguing but it's not. What a waste of time. Best to try and see for your self as everyone seems to like different solitaire games You can choose from 9 Mystery themed card backs, and 3 different face card fonts. No need for both. I will play a level over and over until I achieve my goal of what I consider to be a perfect score. Another feature I don't like in this devs games is that the tutorial makes you click another card off of the deck even though there are several more cards available on the board. You begin the game in Newbie mode, which allows you to replay any hand, LandGrabbers Professional mode only allows you to replay the entire pack of 10 levels. Power-ups are few and need to be purchased with the coins you earn. If you score poorly on levels, it takes forever to buy jokers and such. You can choose from 9 Mystery themed card backs, and 3 different face card fonts. Same Defense of Roman Britain game with a different name so don't waste your time.

Their stories are a little obscure but you can get the gist of them. Your aim is to use all the gold cards, not to clear the board. For the life of me, I can't understand why they can't make an adjustment to allow the option of continuing to play for points once all of the gold cards have been removed??? There's no source for asking how this is scored. Best to try and see for your self as everyone seems to like different solitaire games You can choose from 9 Mystery themed card backs, and 3 different face card fonts. I have completed the first 3 sets of games, perfect scores and can go no further. Once again, this is a Solitaire game where the game ends once all Gold Cards have been removed, I'm way too OCD for this feature, I want to be able to remove ALL of the cards on the board to receive a perfect score, not just some of them! For the life of me, I can't understand why they can't make an adjustment to allow the option of continuing to play for points once all of the gold cards have been removed??? If you love H. All they do is change the theme and make you think there's actually a story involved, which there is not. Lovecraft, author, when they say Howard. All of this developer's games play exactly the same. But this game gets downright boring quite quickly. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by janeellen from What???

There's no Sparkle 2 Mystery Solitaire: Arkhams Spirits asking how this is scored. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by CyndiLouWho2 from The game remains the same, except for the name If you have never played a solitaire game from this developer, then you may enjoy it as a few others have done. There's simply nothing special about it at all. All of this developer's games play exactly the same. Your aim is to use all the gold cards, not to clear the board. Date published: No need for both. I'm reluctant to skip the tutorial just in case they have added a new feature, which never happens, but one never knows, and I remain Fishdom - Spooky Splash. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by janeellen from What??? Arkham is, after all, the fictional town invented by H. Arkham is, after all, the fictional town invented by H. No need for either. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by CyndiLouWho2 from The game remains the same, except for the name If you have never played a solitaire game from this developer, then you may enjoy it as a few others have done. Once again, this is a Solitaire game where the game ends Age of Mahjong all Gold Cards have been removed, I'm way too OCD for this feature, I want to be able Mystery Solitaire: Arkhams Spirits remove ALL of the cards on the board to receive a perfect score, not just some of them!


Like its predecessor, The Black Raven, Arkham's Spirits is just another cookie cutter version of all the other solitaire games by this dev. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by janeellen from What??? Lovecraft, author, when they say Howard. I have completed the first 3 sets of games, perfect scores and can go no further. I will play a level over and over until I achieve my goal of what I consider to be a perfect score. But this game gets downright boring quite quickly. The only mystery here is why they continue to offer the same style of Solitaire when there are so many to choose from, and why they continue to offer the least popular type? For the life of me, I can't understand why they can't make an adjustment to allow the option of continuing to play for points once all of the gold cards have been removed??? One-up-one-down solitaire. You can choose from 9 Mystery themed card backs, and 3 different face card fonts. If you love H. And yes, you are only picking out the gold cards. I realize my reviews for games by this dev sound repetitive, but that's because the games are recycled games. Why does the developer keep spitting these out? Power-ups are few and need to be purchased with the coins you earn.

We've got Mystery Solitaire, and we've got Detective Solitaire. Once again, this is a Solitaire game where the game ends once all Gold Cards have been removed, I'm way too OCD for this feature, I want to be able to remove ALL of the cards on the board to receive a perfect score, not just some of them! I love this kind of solitaire. I think the developers have learned to give you some of the joker cards, etc. I've played both parts in many of their games. Warning: requires focus. Arkham is, after all, the fictional town invented by H. You can progress to the next level without getting all the gold cards. However, Arkham's Spirits may sound intriguing but it's not. I love this kind of solitaire. There's simply nothing special about it at all. Cards with a rose gain you extra coins to buy upgrades like wild cards and mulligans.

12 thoughts on “Mystery Solitaire: Arkhams Spirits

  1. One-up-one-down solitaire. Cards with a rose gain you extra coins to buy upgrades like wild cards and mulligans. I love this kind of solitaire.

  2. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by janeellen from What??? I'm reluctant to skip the tutorial just in case they have added a new feature, which never happens, but one never knows, and I remain hopeful. Why does the developer keep spitting these out? Warning: requires focus. For the life of me, I can't understand why they can't make an adjustment to allow the option of continuing to play for points once all of the gold cards have been removed???

  3. You can choose from 9 Mystery themed card backs, and 3 different face card fonts. Another feature I don't like in this devs games is that the tutorial makes you click another card off of the deck even though there are several more cards available on the board. And yes, you are only picking out the gold cards. You can progress to the next level without getting all the gold cards. There's no cool animation or other things to build or collect.

  4. You can progress to the next level without getting all the gold cards. But, out in Internet-land Howard is the star of third rate animated movies! Like its predecessor, The Black Raven, Arkham's Spirits is just another cookie cutter version of all the other solitaire games by this dev.

  5. One-up-one-down solitaire. Lovecraft my computer is named Lovecraft I'm reluctant to skip the tutorial just in case they have added a new feature, which never happens, but one never knows, and I remain hopeful.

  6. Warning: requires focus. No need for both. Surely players have figured out they're the same game by now. Their stories are a little obscure but you can get the gist of them. Cards with a rose gain you extra coins to buy upgrades like wild cards and mulligans.

  7. Why does the developer keep spitting these out? The only mystery here is why they continue to offer the same style of Solitaire when there are so many to choose from, and why they continue to offer the least popular type? What a waste of time.

  8. The only mystery here is why they continue to offer the same style of Solitaire when there are so many to choose from, and why they continue to offer the least popular type? And yes, you are only picking out the gold cards. Surely players have figured out they're the same game by now.

  9. I will play a level over and over until I achieve my goal of what I consider to be a perfect score. Why does the developer keep spitting these out? I love this kind of solitaire. I know the game of solitaire is.

  10. You can progress to the next level without getting all the gold cards. Best to try and see for your self as everyone seems to like different solitaire games I've played both parts in many of their games.

  11. You can choose from 9 Mystery themed card backs, and 3 different face card fonts. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by melissa from Fun Game Great for relaxing and Solitaire for Lovers everywhere. Lovecraft my computer is named Lovecraft Your aim is to use all the gold cards, not to clear the board. All they do is change the theme and make you think there's actually a story involved, which there is not.

  12. I think the developers have learned to give you some of the joker cards, etc. I'm reluctant to skip the tutorial just in case they have added a new feature, which never happens, but one never knows, and I remain hopeful. You begin the game in Newbie mode, which allows you to replay any hand, the Professional mode only allows you to replay the entire pack of 10 levels.

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