Royal Challenge Solitaire

  • Awesome gameplay
  • Incredible achievements
  • Take on a Royal Challenge!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 45

Review for game Royal Challenge Solitaire

Take on Royal Challenge Solitaire and progress through countless levels full of quick and gripping gameplay! With a plethora of different stages, awesome achievements, and challenging card arrangements, this Card game will keep you entertained for hours! Remove all of the cards from each table as quickly as you can and succeed in Royal Challenge Solitaire!

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Genre : Card & Board

Enjoy familiar favorites like solitaire, bingo, poker, dominos, and game shows.

Date release

April 23, 2011

Game Rank

4672 points

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Good For When You Want To Relax
December 17, 2011

You know, the more I played the game, the more I liked it. The solitaire game is the tri-peaks version (one of my favorites) - the cards are spread into different layouts and you have to build cards sequentially either up or down on the up-turned deck card. You can play a Challenge or Random mode. I liked the color tones of the backgrounds. I liked the ambient sounds of the water, clock, etc. I liked the sounds of the cards flipping. I use a small external stereo speaker plugged into my laptop, because the laptop sound itself is of poor quality, so I was really able to enjoy the sounds. The game has been updated since I bought it to include a music soundtrack that can be turned on or off, and an Undo button has been added, making the game even better. Because I bought the game from BF, I am able to update to the revised game free-of-charge, which is an added plus to buying games here. I liked the fact that the cards looked worn and that they didn't have the standard U.S. Playing Card Co. faces. This isn't one of those flashy games, with a lot of things happening that constantly catch your eye. The graphics and sounds allow you to concentrate on the gameplay and add to ambiance of playing peacefully alone in a quiet room, rather than distract from it.

Return to a simpler time
November 30, 2011

If you like solitaire games, check this one out. No bells and whistles, just a charming game, with lovely, relaxing graphics, sound effects, and music--all beautifully designed to take you back to a simpler time. An original theme, and very well done. Kudos to the devs.

Too normal
January 1, 2013

It is a normal solitaire game with no story what so ever. It's rather boring to start with, and does nothing to draw your interest.

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