The quick-thinking, high-scoring solitaire game where you race against the clock for extra points while trying to nab the Loch Ness Monster! Plus optional sound effects, background music and a high score list. Download your copy of Lochness today!
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:33
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Loch Ness Solitaire is a quick-thinking, high-scoring card game where you race against the clock for extra points while trying to nab the Loch Ness Monster! When you're really good, a single game takes about 60 seconds to play. But you won't be able to stop at just one!
The challenge in this fast and easy solitaire game is to score as many points as possible for each given hand. You score points for every card you remove from the stacks, and get bonus points for any extra time or extra cards left over at the end of the game. Whenever you capture the complete Loch Ness Monster, you'll score a huge bonus -- so watch out for Nessie!
Lochness Solitaire version 1.1 includes optional background music, sound effects and a high score table to track your progress. Download your copy of Lochness today!
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