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- Over 700 different solitaire games will keep you playing for hours.
- Three modes of play provide variety.
- Help button instructs you how to play each game.
- Ability create your own unique solitaire game with the Wizard feature.
- Graphics are old and flat, making the visuals really boring.
- No story or premise to engage your attention; limits the audience.
- Overwhelming number of games, especially for just casual players.
Pretty Good Solitaire Fast Facts
- The earliest version for Pretty Good Solitaire was released on July 19, 1995.
- The game was developed and published by Goodsol Development.
- Goodsol Development is responsible for developing a variety of card game packages, including Action Solitaire, Most Popular Solitaire, Spider Wizard, FreeCell Plus, and Pretty Good MahJongg.
- Pretty Good Solitaire is available for Windows and Mac OSX systems.
- Pretty Good Solitaire has won a great amount of recognition from the Shareware Industry Awards during its lifetime. It has won awards such as 'Best Shareware Game' for 1999 and 2001, and 'Best Non-Action Game' for 2006.
- The game has been downloaded from CNET nearly four hundred-thousand times.
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