The Far Kingdoms: Age of Solitaire

Even before Morgana gained her strength the dark wizard weaved his evil magic in the distant lands. It took him many years to prepare a powerful spell and destroy the kingdom of men in one powerful stroke! Only a few people managed to escape! And Arianna was one of them. Use the power of the magic cards to help Arianna rebuild her kingdom!

The extra skills do make the regular solitaire more interesting than if you were just playing with cards, but the goals bring things down a bit too much. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by redls57 from Short and sweet Visually and aurally this is the most beautiful game. For gamers who spend money, there should at least be a few hours of enjoyment. I loved it, although it did end to soon for me, I would have liked to play more of this game. You earn them as you play. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Rebuilding The Kingdom What a relaxing solitaire game with beautiful and soothing music! Wild cards and undos are there, thank goodness. The scenes are beautiful and any scene can be set as your desktop picture! I played the game in one evening after I got home from work and before I went to bed. This game is unusual in that you never get to a dead end. I was finished with the game about an hour later except for random playing. I almost got to the end in the demo, though of course I can play as many times as I like changing persona. A round of play involves the player receiving a deck of cards they flip through one at a time, the player using the most recent flipped over card as their way to clear away the cards laid out above.

The extra skills do make the regular solitaire more interesting than if you were just playing with cards, but the goals bring things down a bit too much. I bought this to complete my Far Kingdoms set having finally managed to complete the more complicated original! Tthe only "penalty" is that you make less progress, and have to play more levels. You of course have the usual, play cards one up or down, but there are a few things that are different that makes this game enjoyable. This one fits the bill. Wild cards and undos are there, thank goodness. Highly challenging, good thing for replays. Now and then, the sweeping, majestic symphony background music intrudes a little but that's OK. For that reason alone, I'm disappointed. At different points in your journey to build up the new kingdom, your games of solitaire will be given different objectives. If you can't do well at a level even after some replays, you can just move on. I only played 50 minutes so I don't know what other surprises are waiting. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sunflower2u from Beautiful Game I thoroughly enjoyed this game it had wonderful images, great story, it wasn't hard to play either. Only complaint

You of course have the usual, play cards one up or down, but there are a few things that are different that makes this game enjoyable. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dazedwombat from Solitaire twist Some solitaire is quite boring I like the graphics and how the games play Date published: I almost got to the end in the demo, though of course I can play as many times as I like changing persona. I said to myselft, "How 'bout another one like this? That's right! I bought this to complete my Far Kingdoms set having finally managed to complete the more complicated original! A round of play involves the player receiving a deck of cards they flip through one at a time, the player using the most recent flipped over card as their way to clear away the cards laid out above. I only played 50 minutes so I don't know what other surprises are waiting. Related Reviews. For that reason alone, I'm disappointed. Finding the hidden items almost seems to passively happen rather than being the main drive of your card combos, the arrangements laid out as if they were still working on a point based or victory focused system instead of trying to hide objects. Now and then, the sweeping, majestic symphony background music intrudes a little but that's OK.


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I liked power-ups and building. Needing to rebuild in a new land, Arianna will rely on the magic in her cards to build up structures, collect off, and fight back the evil forces who seek to destroy her burgeoning kingdom. When you earn enough gold from playing solitaire, you are able to purchase buildings which in turn give you bonuses or amulets, such as the Sword of Glory which can be used to remove any face up card. I really recommend this game for casual solitaire players like me who don't want to endlessly replay one level or give up. Now and then, the sweeping, majestic symphony background music intrudes a little but that's OK. But I'm off to purchase the game to find out. The extra skills Solitaide make the regular solitaire more interesting than if you were just playing with cards, but the goals bring things down a bit too much. I don't often submit a review, but this one is so short that I felt like I wanted to add my voice to the others who have also mentioned The Far Kingdoms: Age of Solitaire fact. I bought this to complete my Far Kingdoms set having finally managed to complete the more complicated original! Finding the hidden items almost seems to passively happen rather than being the main drive of your card combos, the arrangements laid out as if they were still working on a point based or victory focused system instead of trying to hide objects. Had I paid the full member price, I wouldn't have been very happy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by redls57 from Short and sweet Visually and aurally this is the most beautiful game. I was finished with the game about an hour Paris 1925 except for random playing. If you can't do well at a level even after some replays, you can just move on. Part of The Far Kingdoms Kingeoms: of games that happily hops between casual game genres and Ahe a name update to The Far Kingdoms: Age of Solitaire after the initial publication of this review to reflect thatthis title tells TV Farm tale of Arianna, a princess who must flee her kingdom when a dark wizard demolishes it with one mighty spell.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Sante from Great Addition to the Solitaire Family I love playing different types of games, but when I just want to relax with a "no brainer" game, I go straight to a good Solitaire game. As you progress through the game, some of the relics you gain or things you find hidden under cards will give you new abilities. You can replay each level as often as you want to try to achieve a better score, if you continue without a perfect score, you receive less cards in the deck which makes it harder to win, enjoy! Some of the cards are chained, requiring you to find the key, or you may have to make a combo of 6 or more cards to unlock blocked cards. Good move! For example, earn a certain amount of gold or find parts of missing relics. The scenes are beautiful and any scene can be set as your desktop picture! Only complaint Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dazedwombat from Solitaire twist Some solitaire is quite boring I like the graphics and how the games play Date published: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Rebuilding The Kingdom What a relaxing solitaire game with beautiful and soothing music! I bought this to complete my Far Kingdoms set having finally managed to complete the more complicated original! It can make angling for a victory feel a little less meaningful when the reward is just a touch more gold from the round, but the other objectives are a bit worse about this. Related Reviews. I used a coupon to get this game and that was about all it was worth to me just because it's such a short game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from The Far Kingdoms: Age of Solitaire Another great game in the series Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by JeansLady1 from Nice game; very short This is a lovely game - terrific graphics, fun storyline, all the good things everyone has already said.

Some of the cards are chained, requiring you to find the key, or you may have to make a combo of 6 or more cards to unlock blocked cards. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ecblisa from A great game for casual solitaire players OK, I Zumas Revenge I'm not great at solitaire -- which doesn't mean I don't like to play Zumas Revenge. For gamers who spend money, there should at least be a few hours of enjoyment. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by redls57 from Short and sweet Visually and aurally this is the most beautiful game. I don't often submit a review, but this one is so short that I felt like I wanted to add my voice to the others who have also mentioned that fact. If you can't do well at a level even after some replays, you can just move on. On its own, solitaire is an enjoyable time-waster, but mixing in goals to achieve, different arrangements for receiving cards, and some extra tools makes it even easier to get lost in this style of relatively simple card game. I was finished with the game about an hour later Sparkle 2 for random playing. But I'm off to purchase the game Hypnosis find out. Some rounds will feature a play field with many face up cards to work with to make it easy to combo, but others will be hard to work on Tradewinds Classic there may be large piles that must be cleared one by one and rarely in a sequence. The solitaire games are easy to learn and it is useful to be able to replay a level if one messes up. There are number specific wildcards that are occasionally hidden below some of the cards on the Nemos Secret: The Nautilus, as well as relic pieces, rubies and armor. You earn them as you play. For that reason alone, I'm The Far Kingdoms: Age of Solitaire.


13 thoughts on “The Far Kingdoms: Age of Solitaire

  1. Only complaint Highly challenging, good thing for replays. You earn them as you play. A round of play involves the player receiving a deck of cards they flip through one at a time, the player using the most recent flipped over card as their way to clear away the cards laid out above.

  2. It can make angling for a victory feel a little less meaningful when the reward is just a touch more gold from the round, but the other objectives are a bit worse about this. For that reason alone, I'm disappointed. After you complete the game, you can play solitaire all you want to, but the hands no longer tie into the game. The scenes are beautiful and any scene can be set as your desktop picture!

  3. I liked power-ups and building. Only complaint Highly challenging, good thing for replays. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dazedwombat from Solitaire twist Some solitaire is quite boring I like the graphics and how the games play Date published:

  4. I loved it, although it did end to soon for me, I would have liked to play more of this game. You of course have the usual, play cards one up or down, but there are a few things that are different that makes this game enjoyable. You can replay each level as often as you want to try to achieve a better score, if you continue without a perfect score, you receive less cards in the deck which makes it harder to win, enjoy! I played the game in one evening after I got home from work and before I went to bed. I almost got to the end in the demo, though of course I can play as many times as I like changing persona.

  5. I loved it, although it did end to soon for me, I would have liked to play more of this game. Highly challenging, good thing for replays. For example, earn a certain amount of gold or find parts of missing relics. So for me, the game is definitely not too short, and forgiving enough so I don't get frustrated.

  6. I loved it, although it did end to soon for me, I would have liked to play more of this game. You of course have the usual, play cards one up or down, but there are a few things that are different that makes this game enjoyable. Now and then, the sweeping, majestic symphony background music intrudes a little but that's OK.

  7. Now and then, the sweeping, majestic symphony background music intrudes a little but that's OK. But I'm off to purchase the game to find out. Wild cards and undos are there, thank goodness.

  8. I bought this to complete my Far Kingdoms set having finally managed to complete the more complicated original! So for me, the game is definitely not too short, and forgiving enough so I don't get frustrated. The play field has a few tricks of its own though.

  9. Some of the cards are chained, requiring you to find the key, or you may have to make a combo of 6 or more cards to unlock blocked cards. If you can't do well at a level even after some replays, you can just move on. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ecblisa from A great game for casual solitaire players OK, I admit I'm not great at solitaire -- which doesn't mean I don't like to play some. I was finished with the game about an hour later except for random playing. I only played 50 minutes so I don't know what other surprises are waiting.

  10. If you can't do well at a level even after some replays, you can just move on. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from The Far Kingdoms: Age of Solitaire Another great game in the series Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by JeansLady1 from Nice game; very short This is a lovely game - terrific graphics, fun storyline, all the good things everyone has already said. Still, despite the objectives undermining the structure at times, the solitaire is done well and comes with more than just the core elements common to this style of game. It can make angling for a victory feel a little less meaningful when the reward is just a touch more gold from the round, but the other objectives are a bit worse about this.

  11. I almost got to the end in the demo, though of course I can play as many times as I like changing persona. Graphics are so lovely even though you're occupied with the cards. I liked power-ups and building.

  12. Wild cards and undos are there, thank goodness. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Rebuilding The Kingdom What a relaxing solitaire game with beautiful and soothing music! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by redls57 from Short and sweet Visually and aurally this is the most beautiful game.

  13. Now and then, the sweeping, majestic symphony background music intrudes a little but that's OK. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by redls57 from Short and sweet Visually and aurally this is the most beautiful game. When you earn enough gold from playing solitaire, you are able to purchase buildings which in turn give you bonuses or amulets, such as the Sword of Glory which can be used to remove any face up card. Related Reviews. I used a coupon to get this game and that was about all it was worth to me just because it's such a short game.

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