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Samurai Solitaire

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Nov 29, 2013 | 3:46 PM EST

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Have a lot of fun playing this addictive and the most popular variation of solitaire with attractive Japanese theme. Enjoy the awesome art style with such attributes of Japanese culture as blossom cherry, samurai and pagoda and be patient as real Japanese because this excellent card game requires your skill and patience to win! The goal of the game is to place all the cards in each suit in stacks of ascending order. Use your Freecells to manipulate the stacks. Lose yourself in the classic card game for hours on end!



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

This game is missing basic mechanics that make Solitaire enjoyable. No double click to automatically move cards to an ace stack, and no mechanic that auto stacks once you sort the cards into the correct pile. I also disliked that the cards would move themselves to a column instead of an ace stack when I tried to drag them, which deducted points.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

either way you paint this game up, it's still Freecell solitaire. one big knock i had against this game is having to move every card by dragging them one by one up to the suit piles. once you get to that point of having all suits started and the cards all ready to run, you should be able to simply double click them into place.
Besides that, nice game.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

I'm really divided on how to rate this game. On one hand it's a really smoothly-running version of "Freecell" solitaire. On the other there's a game-breaking bug where the timer keeps accelerating (seemingly every time you double click, cause an error message to appear, start a new game, etc.), the timer force-ends a game rather than simply canceling your score, and there's no way to turn it off. Fix this simple bug and this is worthy of three and a half stars. With the bug, I think it's only worth about two (the player can restart the flash application and try really hard not to trigger the timer acceleration, so it's not completely broken in that sense). I've decided to go in between on the higher side, hoping that this bug gets fixed rather than ignored.

I honestly didn't have the patience to try to play without at all triggering the timer acceleration, though, so I have no idea what happens in this version when you win a game.

The one thing I'd suggest -- aside from fixing bugs -- is to note in the instructions that cards may be placed into empty columns... even if this were a common feature of solitaire games, it should still be mentioned, but solitaire games in particular typically only allow certain cards to be placed in empty columns, most often only kings. (This is extremely important to the play of this game, as two free cells and an empty column allow for the movement of a stack of six cards rather than just the three that three free cells offer.)


Rated 2 / 5 stars

The music is too short, and that time limit is a deal breaker- should have been able to turn it off/on. Also the timer itself was 2-3x fast, skipping 3-5 seconds at times... A good start, but no cigar my friend


Rated 3 / 5 stars

@ Nutz69, actually this is Solitaire. There are over 150 solitaire games out there. As the word solitaire means, by ones self, free cell is one of many. The game that is most often called solitaire is actually named Klondike. You should learn your games before you start correcting people on them.

Song needs to be a bit longer. Maybe add more songs. But it runs smooth and has all the rules in place. And maybe add a feature that will allow cards to be auto placed in the ace column, like double clicking.