Heartwild Solitaire - Book Two
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Heartwild Solitaire - Book Two 

Absorb yourself in the romance of Heartwild™ Solitaire - Book Two, the second episode from the captivating card series.

Binky’s once comfortable life, working as a maid by day and an artist’s model by night, has begun to crumble. Rejected by her secret lover and betrayed by her longtime employer, everything she has ever known is changing. Distraught and leaving her future to fate, Binky now turns to tarot cards for guidance.

Help Binky overcome these terrible ordeals as you immerse yourself in a gripping new storyline with four possible endings. Play through 280 levels of solitaire and then create your very own with a level editor. Make card matches, collect bonus points for sequential matching, and gather unique level-changing power-ups to aid you along the way. With random card placement throughout, no level will play the same way twice!

Try the free trial version or download the full version of Heartwild™ Solitaire - Book Two, and enjoy this relaxing romance today!

  • Enjoy a romantic story while playing Solitaire in this relaxing sequel.
  • Follow the exploits of a model whose life is crumbling.
  • Help her find guidance through the Tarot deck.
  • Complete 280 levels and then create your very own.
  • Collect bonus points with unique level-changing power-ups.
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Reviews of Heartwild Solitaire - Book Two
 | Added on: April 9, 2010
 
This is definitely the best solitaire game I've ever played and if you love solitaire as much as I do well this is definitely worth purchasing. Also the most challenging and I mean that in a great way. The object to this is clearing the cards from the "table". While this game is not "timed" it is best to clear the cards as quickly as you can to earn more points (a better score) using as few cards from your stock pile (the deck) as possible by making a "chain" as for a card to be playable it has to be either "higher" or "lower" as suit doesn't matter. If you have any cards left on the "table" it deducts 300 points for each card. If you have any cards left in your stock pile (the deck) it will add 300 for each card to your score. Where this gets really challenging in my opinion at the end of each chapter you are only given 1 card in the stock pile and you must clear as many cards as you can. I absolutely love this game. Very addictive.
 | Added on: April 14, 2010
 
I really liked this game, I loved the graphics ~ really beautiful ~ and the card play at times can be challenging (but card games should be). I have to say the story didn't do much for me, but I that isn't what I downloaded the game for, so no minus points for that. Each to their own ;-) I would download the free trial and see if it floats your boat too!
 | Added on: May 9, 2011
 
I like that you don't have to clear the entire board to advance to the next level, you just have to get a score above zero. There are power ups and bonuses to help you finish levels as well as challenge levels with only one card in the draw pile. Wow, with 280 levels, it's a game that takes awhile to finish. Highly recommended.
 | Added on: December 7, 2012
 
This game is very addicting. I can play it for hours on end getting lost in the music and challenge of the game. Great buy!
 | Added on: November 3, 2010
 
This is one I go to again and again. The graphics and music are really beautiful, the game very easy to learn but still a challenge to play if you want to score higher each time. You simply click on cards either higher or lower in sequence. There are special cards to assist you complete the levels and it isn't difficult to win. So nice when you want a "feel good" game to play. I love this game and high recommend it. This is one where you'll want to turn the music up.
 | Added on: April 6, 2010
 
ok, so i love solitaire games. i have never played the 1st heartwild game, but even so, this game was enjoyable. the story is intriguing, tho not suitable for kids. i liked the graphics/music. downloaded the 1st game even b/f writing this review. can't wait to play it!! this 2nd in this series is most definately a game to buy!!!!!!!!!
 | Added on: April 7, 2010
 
I generally like solitaire games, IF they're good quality ones and have a 'theme' that I like, and this ticks both those boxes. It's good quality, everything works well, and it's really beautiful, one of the most attractive solitaire games I've ever played (usually they're a bit...functional). There is a good backstory which is interesting but not intrusive and doesn't interfere with gameplay (in fact you can skip it if you're not interested or are replaying). It's not gimmicky or cartoony, and there are no irritating wacky characters. It's so nice to look at I found it very relaxing, but quite addictive! All in all a lovely piece of romantic escapism with a refreshingly adult backstory, not for kids but rightly so for this game, as grown-ups are its target audience anyway. Likely to become my favourite solitaire and be replayed endlessly. Highly recommended.
 | Added on: April 19, 2010
 
Once in awhile I take a brake from HOGs and look for something different. Many times I've been dissappointed. This game was not the case. The graphics are pleasing and ads so much to the mood of relaxation. The game play is simple but you find yourself planning your moves ahead (much like chess.) I confess that normally I don't read the sstories that go with the game but was drawn into this one. This solitaire game is one that I hate to leave and look forward to going back to. It doesn't get much better than that!
 | Added on: April 30, 2010
 
This has two good ways to play Solitaire. Both were good games. The storyline is good but not for kids, of course not many kids play solitaire. It's a relaxing way to spend some time.
 | Added on: June 7, 2011
 
I really wanted to like this game. I'm a big solitaire fan and it had everything I liked: beautifully drawn, relaxing, and just challenging enough. But after awhile it became boring. I wish each chapter had a different type of solitaire game. If it did, I would have given it 5 stars.
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