The bane of office managers everywhere, Microsoft Solitaire is the most prolific PC game of all time thanks to its distribution with every copy of Microsoft Windows since version 3.0. The point-and-click game follows the simple rules of basic solitaire with a few customizable options: Players can select different card backs, one or three cards per draw, the scoring system, and a timed or non-timed game. Wes Cherry developed the game as a Microsoft intern but was never paid directly for its creation.
Oft described as the most popular computer game ever. It was developed by an intern at Microsoft in 1988. It has 3 modes of play and a small selection of card images. It's come with every version of windows since 3.0. The goal of the game is to sort the deck in to 4 sequential stacks of suits. (clubs, diamonds, spades and hearts.) You flip 1 to 3 cards from a deck and place them in alternating color sequential order. The table has a selection of 10 stacks of cards that you can flip from as well. The 10 stacks serve as your holders for alternating color sequential rows. The 4 suits are started with an ace and are added to as the game progresses.
How to run this game on modern Windows PC?
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