Spider Wizard 2.1 Spider Wizard contains not only the classic solitaire card game Spider, but 15 other similar games, including Spider One Suit and Spider Two Suits. You can undo all your moves, make moves with a single mouse click, and create your own games.
Solitaire Wizard 2.1.0 Solitaire Wizard is a solitaire game that includes the popular game Klondike (Windows Solitaire) and 15 other similar games. It features lush graphics, large easy-to-read cards, sound, and in-depth statistics.
Description: Play solitaire as an arcade game with Action Solitaire. Unlike regular solitaire, Action Solitaire is played for points against the clock in timed rounds. Action Solitaire has 75 different games. Play fast action games such as Triple Peaks, Triple Towers, BlackJack Speed, and Picking Pairs. Play solitaire classics like FreeCell, Klondike, Spider, Pyramid, Golf, Aces Up, Gaps, Montana, and Yukon, all like you have never seen them before.
Your objective is to get the highest score possible and advance to the next round. Each round has a goal score that you must achieve. If you make the goal score, you will advance to the next round. If you do not make the score, you lose. See how many rounds you can play and how high a score you can get!
It's solitaire for people who like action. Play Action Solitaire once, and you'll be addicted forever.
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