5 Realms of Cards interweaves a revolutionary new solitaire gameplay with a fairy-tale story. Explore over 70 levels to help a young princess named Jokerina restore peace and beauty in card realms and learn a secret!
Dec 26, 2011 12:03:42
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Description: 5 Realms of Cards is nothing like an ordinary solitaire game - it's visually nice, story-driven and features an addictive new game mechanic.
The game begins in the land of five card realms, where malevolent force has awakened after a 100-year slumber, plunging the realms into darkness. This is where you step in. Your objective is to help a young princess named Jokerina restore peace and beauty by recovering magic Signs of Suits broken by evil forces.
To achieve this goal, you must go through 5 realms and 72 levels full of addictive solitaire playing fun. Enjoy!
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