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Solitaire Christmas. Match 2 Cards

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Solitaire Christmas. Match 2 Cards is a holiday card game filled with the joyful spirit of the holidays. The anticipation of Christmas miracles and 120 unique levels form a winning combination for fans of classic solitaire!

This game is for people who enjoy Spider Solitaire, Pyramid, Klondike, Free Cell, Crescent, Golf, Addiction, Three Peaks, Yukon, Forty Thieves, Scorpion, Gaps, Canfield, Crazy Quilt, Algerian, Montana, Eight Off, Calculation, and Clock Solitaire.

Solitaire Christmas. Match 2 Cards is a fun new twist on traditional solitaire for players who love to try new types of deals! Find and match any 2 cards quickly to increase your winnings! Buy bonuses using the following coins: shuffle, undo last move, and joker. Choose your difficulty level, and maybe even go for Professional, but be warned: this is only for true lovers of solitaire! Let the relaxing music and premium graphics take you away into the wonderful atmosphere of the holidays.Key Features
  • Card solitaire game for new players and experts alike
  • Unique game mechanics – choosing pairs of cards
  • Use different bonuses - mulligan, shuffle, joker
  • Collect gold cards to complete the level and unlock next location
  • Collect cards fast - do combos and get good rewards
  • 12 locations, 120 levels and several difficulty modes
  • For daring players, we offer special tasks and more than 20 colorful trophies
  • Colorful high-quality graphics put you right in a winter wonderland!
  • Original themed decks and 9 card backs
  • Beautiful music to help you relax and concentrate on the game
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows® 7 32/64 bit
  • Processor: Intel Atom N455 (1660 MHz)
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel GMA 3150
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 56 MB available space
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Solitaire Christmas. Match 2 Cards reviews and comments

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Microsoft from French
After having exhausted several solitaires on steam, I adopted this one and am satisfied even if it is much more simplistic and will certainly be faster finished. (successes seem quite simple to unlock). At first glance the fact of having to find pairs rather than operating Suites has me a little confused but we quickly take the folds. The game offers two difficulty modes which will allow you to revisit it a second time. Otherwise it consists of 8 places/atmospheres divided into 8 or 10 levels (I have a doubt). Over the parts and farming you get gold that will allow you to buy bonuses to facilitate the discovery of golden cards. (the goal is to find a number/variable from one level to another) to move on to the next step. It's light, it's festive and the little ambiance music goes well. ^^ Having adopted it in period of pay I really have nothing to complain about this little game * relaxation *.
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Note: 2/10 some consider that solitaire games should be based on chance. I don't think so. I like for example the variant arachnid which leaves an important part to the reflection/tactics. With Solitaire Christmas. Match 2 cards, the tactical aspect is almost totally ignored (there is just the right choice of columns to prioritize and the stack ends cards to keep as appropriate). This game almost comes back to playing on the coin for hours. Fortunately (or perhaps "Unfortunately"), I am extremely persistent and that is why I continue to play games that I dislike to finish them. There are two ways to play this game: with bonuses (purchased and sometimes recovered) or without them. In the first case, I feel like I'm cheating. In fact, by playing like this, inevitably we end up winning. Just "farmer" money (the corners). It may be said that there is no satisfaction at all to win a level. If we play without bonuses, it is to submit to the good will of chance especially on certain levels and chain the attempts by crossing the fingers. It is therefore no more glorifying than the first method. The faster you play and the more a multiplier allows you to increase the money you earn. But, full of imbecility, when you eliminate a pair of cards, a pause time of 0.5 or maybe 1s disables the ability to immediately click/Select another card. This even induces errors in some cases, further reducing the already very tiny tactical part. I could probably add a lot of flaws to Solitaire Christmas. Match 2 cards, but the ones I have described above suffice, I think, to explain why I do not recommend this game, especially that I can not find him real qualities.
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