Pirate Solitaire

After being stranded on a deserted island, two pirates make a map and toss it into the ocean as their last chance at survival! Follow this map in Pirate Solitaire, a fast-paced and exciting Card game! Chain together combos to unlock treasures and earn gold coins! Travel across the mighty ocean towards countless treasures and new adventures.

Both of them have struck out. It took me hours to complete, gave me plenty of challenges along the way and was very entertaining. The only down side to this game, the voice over may become annoying after a time. I had a lot of fun playing this game, very enjoyable, lovely colourful graphics and great gameplay, what more could you want! The only difference between Three Pirates and Forty Thieves is that each time the Stock is clicked one card is dealt to each of three piles, whereas in Forty Thieves only one pile is used. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by kateblue from A nice change I thought is was going to be just one more or those games where you play the next card numerically, like Fairway Blast. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Alee from Relaxing This is a Solitaire game that if you just want to "match" cards and relax this is the game for you. Plus there are two extra choices for card movements. I just think this is the worst type of solitaire and should be avoided. I loved the music in the game too, it was lovely background music for playing solitaire. Date published: The top card of any Discard Pile can be played to a Column or to a Foundation if the build rules are followed. You will start with a tutorial on the junior mode which allows you to replay any level, after that you can switch to Sea Wolf mode which only allows you to re-play an entire deck. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by donadriedger from Not again! I do not listen to music of any kind when I play games, so I really can rate that


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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tailswhiskers from Pirate Solitaire This is a fun and relaxing game. This is one of my favorites along with Avalon, Chronicles of Emerald, Faerie, Legends, and a couple others! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by StacyS02 from Great game with fun graphics! There is no story line. The Pirate Solitaire are challenging to get to the special cards needed to win the hand. The only Solitairr between Three Pirates Solitzire Forty Thieves is that each time the Stock is clicked one card is dealt to each of three piles, whereas Miriel The Magical Merchant Forty Thieves only one pile is Piratd. It is a wonderful solitaire game! In fact, if you know how to play forty thieves then you already know how to play Three Pirates. Large in-your-face graphics with colors that really POP out at you. There are 10 segments in each Solitairre and it looks Pirate Solitaire are 6 levels in its entirely. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by parkersam from Ship AHOY Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist bought this game afew years ago and still play it and enjoy it every time. The only down side to this game, the voice over may become annoying after a time. For example, the only card that can be played onto a 10 of clubs is a 9 of Lost in Night.

I fully realize there are players in the PC gaming world who feel the same when an overabundance of HOGs or Match 3's are presented. There are 3 mini games that are fun. With three Discard Piles, cards will not be buried as deeply in the piles as they are in Forty Thieves. There are 3 mini games that are fun. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Alee from Relaxing This is a Solitaire game that if you just want to "match" cards and relax this is the game for you. But it is not. Lots of fun for kids and adults. The Deal Using two decks, each of the 10 Columns is dealt 4 cards face up. I found the music redundant but you can opt to turn it down. Plus there are two extra choices for card movements. Large in-your-face graphics with colors that really POP out at you. Not too difficult, but not too easy. When clicking on cards on the board I would have to click multiple times to get it to "click" and in the deck I sometimes turned over 4 cards instead of the 2 I intended -- and I couldn't go back. Just a nice relaxing game of solitaire for all ages, especially for beginners.

It is only making matches of the cards, which is not my favourite kind of solitaire to begin with. I highly recommend trying this if you have not. Mildly amusing. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by parkersam from Ship AHOY I bought this game afew years ago and still play it and enjoy it every time. This type of game involves merely matching 2 cards of the same value, a 7 with a 7 for example. I wasted an hour. With these points, Delicious: Emilys Home Sweet Home Collectors Edition player can purchase mulligans, jokers and one other thing which I already forgot out of sheer boredom. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by parkersam from Ship AHOY I bought this game afew years ago and still play it and enjoy it every Pirate Solitaire. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Snowview from Can't stop playing I'm already Pirate Solitaire my 2nd time through.


Try it, of course, but it's a big NO from me. Why anyone with a few brain cells would contemplate buying this abyss of a game is incomprehensible. You will start with a tutorial on the junior mode which allows you to replay any level, after that you can switch to Sea Wolf mode which only allows you to re-play an entire deck. Tedious is the word that describes this one. This is one of my favorites along with Avalon, Chronicles of Emerald, Faerie, Legends, and a couple others! The only down side to this game, the voice over may become annoying after a time. That one was centered on bowling. I'm not much for cartoonish silly games. There are no redeals. So I almost didn't bother. Goal Play all cards to the eight Foundations. I got 15 perfect scores, I think that is "winning". Large in-your-face graphics with colors that really POP out at you. The only difference is that this game is all pirate.

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The top card of any Discard Pile can be played to a Column or to a Foundation if the build rules are followed. Thus, 40 cards are dealt and laid out just as in Forty Thieves. The remaining 64 cards form the Stock. I had a lot of fun playing this game, very enjoyable, lovely colourful graphics and great gameplay, what more could you want! It is a wonderful solitaire game! This is what I wrote in the review section: "Based On The Demo Only After reading a post that this game was a match two card game, I played the demo on the premise that its target audience are probably children under 5 years old or people who have learning difficulties, to see if it was suitable for my youngest grandson aged 4 who has just started school. It's a quirky, cute, funny little game set to 'Pirate' music. I wasted an hour. Game Notes SoliTaireNetwork. Large in-your-face graphics with colors that really POP out at you. With these points, a player can purchase mulligans, jokers and one other thing which I already forgot out of sheer boredom. I love the background pictures Also I didn't realize that you get a new undo every level if you have spent you last one. I see why one reviewer said it is not really solitaire, it is just matching. Points are accumulated by amassing jewels and coins. I love the pirate talking in this game too.

11 thoughts on “Pirate Solitaire

  1. In fact, if you know how to play forty thieves then you already know how to play Three Pirates. I love the background pictures Also I didn't realize that you get a new undo every level if you have spent you last one. Plus there are two extra choices for card movements.

  2. I had such a blast I never wanted to stop playing. As for me this is a "no buy". The first Pirate Solitaire turned out to be nearly impossible toward the end, but this one starts out that way! I realized I missed some of the great graphics while concentrating on the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by parkersam from Ship AHOY I bought this game afew years ago and still play it and enjoy it every time.

  3. Lots of fun for kids and adults. Why anyone with a few brain cells would contemplate buying this abyss of a game is incomprehensible. I got 15 perfect scores, I think that is "winning". Lots of fun for kids and adults.

  4. There are no redeals. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by donadriedger from Not again! I had a lot of fun playing this game, very enjoyable, lovely colourful graphics and great gameplay, what more could you want! I love the background pictures Also I didn't realize that you get a new undo every level if you have spent you last one.

  5. The first Pirate Solitaire turned out to be nearly impossible toward the end, but this one starts out that way! Mildly amusing. Tedious is the word that describes this one.

  6. Please play the demo and read some reviews to make an informed decision. Foundations Start each Foundation with an Ace and then continue up to the Kings. I fully realize there are players in the PC gaming world who feel the same when an overabundance of HOGs or Match 3's are presented.

  7. This type of game involves merely matching 2 cards of the same value, a 7 with a 7 for example. I would definitely recommend this game to anyone with a child that struggles a bit with numeric literacy". The layouts are challenging to get to the special cards needed to win the hand.

  8. Goal Play all cards to the eight Foundations. Just a nice relaxing game of solitaire for all ages, especially for beginners. There are 3 mini games that are fun. I didn't like the music and turned it down.

  9. I'm not much for cartoonish silly games. I would recommend this game. So I almost didn't bother.

  10. Goal Play all cards to the eight Foundations. There is no story line. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by StacyS02 from Great game with fun graphics! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Snowview from Can't stop playing I'm already on my 2nd time through. The layouts are challenging to get to the special cards needed to win the hand.

  11. With these points, a player can purchase mulligans, jokers and one other thing which I already forgot out of sheer boredom. It is a wonderful solitaire game! Was playing this game all day until I almost fell asleep. I would definitely recommend this game to anyone with a child that struggles a bit with numeric literacy".

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