‘Spider Solitaire’ from Finger Arts [Review + GIVEAWAY]
Today, I continue in my review of the Solitaire Games from Finger Arts by covering Spider Solitaire [Free version]. Spider Solitaire comes with the same overall look and feel as the Solitaire Pro game. It is solid game that plays well. In Spider Solitaire, to win you need to have all the cards arraigned in eight sequences of the same suit form King to Ace. Once a sequence is completed, the game will automatically move it to a foundation pile. As you increase the difficulty of the game, the game will deal out different suits. Adding a different suit into the mix, really makes it harder. The game plays well in both portrait and landscape. I usually play in landscape as it is easier for me to see the cards. As with the other Solitaire, there are three difficulty settings. As the game gets harder, the game adds additional card suits on the board. I have yet to win on the expert level! Spider Solitaire has a stats center and is connected to the Game Center also. You can reset the in game stats at any time. The game can provide you hints if needed and has unlimited undos. (which is a good thing). If you like Spider Solitaire, then you should check out this version created by the fine folks at Finger Arts. As I mentioned earlier, we have some promo codes to give away. We have a few 3 packs: Soltaire, Spider Solitare, and FreeCell Pro (which will be covered in a future post). So how can you get some cool games? Read on below! Like PocketFullofApps on Facebook. Like AppReviewCentral (my site) on Facebook An extra step but appreciated: Post this on your Facebook page: Find the best app reviews at PocketFullOfApps (http://pocketfullofapps.com) and AppReviewCentral (http://appreviewcentral.net/)! Leave a comment below saying you've followed the steps above WITH a valid email when filling out the information so we can contact you. We will pick some winners from random in a couple of days!
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