The best Klondike solitaire game on the market for tablets and phones.
This is the must-get version of the Classic Solitaire Card Game, also called Patience. It has many customizable options.
★ Rendered in 3D
★ Fluid and beautiful graphics
★ Difficulty levels
★ Solvable games with FREE Solutions
★ Full Undo and Redo history
★ Smart card selection AND Automatic animated play
★ Customize all images PLUS extra downloadable decks
★ Game also has many other graphic and sound options
★ Normal or Vegas or no scoring WITH 1 or 3 card dealing
★ Online high score leaderboard of Solitaire 3D
★ Cloud saving of scores with Google+ Game Service
★ Allows scores to be transferred between devices!
★ Game play statistics
★ Tablet friendly
It features amazing graphics, as you can choose your own images! Game solutions are free if you get stuck! Move the cards easily with drag and drop, or point and click. It features full undo and redo history with the back and forwards buttons, you can even replay the game you just won. Keeps normal or Vegas scoring, with an online score board you can post to (hosted by GooglePlus). The game animates from the shuffle through to the play and a mesmerizing winning sequence where you can repeatedly blow up the cards - A nice distraction before your next game of solitaire!
Lots of graphic options like animation speed, motion blur, shadows, colored highlights and choice of backgrounds, decks and deck backings (with more on their way). Other solitaire game customizations are sound, auto play, left or right hand dealing and the ordering of the Ace bases.
The Internet Access and External Storage privileges are required to download extra decks to Solitaire 3D and posting high scores and saving between devices.
Let me earn your 5 stars. For whatever reason this is not a 5 star game for you, tell me and I will try to make it so. I respond to all emails.
Developed by Jonathan Barton.
★ Slight changes to the score size for tablets.
★ Minor bugs fixed.
Any problems? Please email me, I answer all messages.
The update history is in the comments of the web page at http://www.jawfin.net/?p=52