pcpat | Added on: November 20, 2013
Graphics are vibrant and clear in this creative format of cards and puzzles. Playing through a variety of either matching like cards or consecutive cards, gamers accumulate pieces of keys for all the seasons--winter, spring, summer and fall. As a long-standing Game House member, this is one of the best games I have played and is very relaxing. This newest 2013 release was a pleasant surprise and my decision to purchase was made within minutes. Congratulations to Playrix Developers and a big thank you to Game House for a top quality, fun game to be appreciated by all age groups. Enjoy!
knittermum | Added on: November 20, 2013
I love this kind of solitaire game and thought it would be fun also to have other kinds of puzzles. But, I couldn't even finish the first hidden object puzzle, since the objects were very difficult to see, the clues not accurate for the one item that I never could find, and none of it was very interesting.
Tiafl | Added on: November 22, 2013
Play a few card game hands, an HO scene and then a puzzle. Haven't quite figured out how the sequence progresses but the game seems to be in tune with me and moves on to something different. There are a couple of card variations. Not being able to match 2 like cards turned from the deck is a bit irritating. You can match 2 cards at the top or one from the top with one turned from the deck. HO scenes include 2 types. One is locating an item from the list and the other is matching a list item with a like item in the scene. The finding like items has been quite the challenge for me. Thank you for the quite workable hint systems. There is a variety of puzzles that are the standard type but can't say that they have been overly easy to complete. I have persevered and haven't used the skip puzzle yet. And the game has a story to provide some amusement. A 'just a simple thing' that I love is the sparkles when clicking on cards.
cat_in_rv | Added on: November 23, 2013
This is one of the better Playrix offerings in Solitaire, but I wish they would take it one step further. Unfortunately, you can count on having only two types of solitaire card games: either matching two cards or playing one up, one down. There are so many other solitaire games out there, that a little more of a mix would be nice. That being said, incorporating hidden object elements brings a welcome mix. I find a particular challenge in trying to match related items, which is a lot of fun and really makes the game more interesting. The fact that there is a bit of a story just enhances the game play. Fun for all ages, although younger kids might need some help in matching related objects.
Purplefeather | Added on: November 23, 2013
This is an ok card game. The HO part is somewhat hard, but I'm working through them. I like to play this kind of Solitaire.