Like cards, but not gambling? Then turn to your PC. The Internet has great card games to tickle your mind, while you don’t have to bet a penny. Curious? Try these PC games:
ShapeSolitaire is a new unique card puzzler. The game adds a modern twist to the classic card game. With ShapeSolitaire, you have to fill all open tiles with cards by following one simple rule – you must place a card on the field next to another card with a value one less or one greater, regardless the suit. Shape Solitaire is a fantastic game for card and puzzle fans alike. Download it and test your luck.
PrettyGood Solitaire (Gamesol)
You will enjoy countless hours of fun with PrettyGood Solitaire. It’s probably the largest solitaire card game collection that lets you play 600 different solitaire card games, from classic games like Klondike, FreeCell, and Spider, to original games found nowhere else, such as Demons and Thieves, Aces and Kings, and Double FreeCell.. In addition to that you can use PrettyGood Solitaire to play Pyramid, Cruel, Gaps (Montana), Crescent, Diplomat, or Indian Patience. Pretty Good Solitaire contains a solitaire game for every mood. Whether you want an easy, mindless game or an intellectual challenge, you will find it here.
BVSSolitaire (BVS Development Corp)
BVSSolitaire is an award-winning collection of 385 solitaire games. You’ll be able to learn solitaires created by BVSSolitaire founder and not found elsewhere. Another advantage of this game is that BVSSolitaire gives you the plethora of statistical and scoring screens. You can track your performance and progress in playing solitaire about as completely as many people use a computer to track their finances. And you can publish your personal statistics on the BVSSolitaire web site to appear in the top scores list.
Rummy (YPR Software)
In the addictive Rummy game, you play your cards on the table in groups of three or more, and you win when you play all your cards before your opponents do. You can chose to play online or offline against the computer players, varying difficulty level. As an added bonus, you can choose from many different variations of the Manipulation Rummy game, playing with cards or tiles. You can ask the program for a hint while you play. You can undo and redo your moves and can set a time limit for each turn to make the game more fast-paced. Save the game you are playing and resume it later, if something suddenly distracts you.