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- Over 400 Different Card Layouts.
- Gorgeous Backgrounds.
- Collect And Evolve All 32 Pets And Learn Their Secrets.
- Play With The Faeries In Faerie Land.
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Imagine the most addictive, compelling, and fun version of solitaire you've ever played, mix in some faeries, and you have Faerie Solitaire. Aimed at being entertaining for the whole family, no matter what age you are. With 8 worlds, 40 levels, over 400 hands to play through, loads of upgrades to buy, and one exciting adventure, Faerie Solitaire will have you hooked for months!
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The style of the core solitaire game itself is not one I've come across before, but I'm just a casual solitaire fan - the core card game may or may not have a real world counterpart - anyway it's fun!
They've added some challenges and variations to the core game along with powerups and additional items that can be purchased with "money" won as you play the game to keep it interesting (kinda think the "cash" idea is a bit out of place in this game - would have made more sense if you won "Faerie Dust" or something like that to purchase items with).
Add to this some very nice looking artwork, cool game animations and a decent bit of background music (and ambient sounds), and you have a charming game that has broad appeal and replay value.
Well worth the price!
There is no time limit, but some sets require you to fill a purple bar within a certain amount of time. I'm not a particularly quick player, but I didn't find this to be horribly difficult (though I'm still struggling to do the one-minute goal in challenge mode). There are power-ups that can be purchased with money earned as you progress through the game, and these prove very helpful in the final sets.
How to get all the eggs: you won't get them all the first time through - I got 24 of 32, I think. I had to play four complete games in adventure mode to get the last one. I don't believe the eggs can be collected in quick play or challenge modes, and the eggs don't start to turn up until the 15th set or so. To skip the story cuts (to be honest, the story isn't all that great the first time through), click anywhere on the screen. A message will come up telling you to click again to skip the cut. The dialog bits in between sets can be cut short by simply clicking on the bar at the bottom.
Edit: A couple of corrections - you *can* get eggs in quick play mode, and they do turn up in the first level.
what better enjoyment on a winter cold snowy day could a game lover hope for
than this good game that will keep you entertained for many hours.
The graphics are really good just a good game all together .