Review: Solitaire

Review: Solitaire

Have you ever set down to play a board game, and just felt like something was off? Like, what’s with all these pieces? And this board? And all these other people.

Today, we review a game that gets rid of all those excess elements and gets right to the fun. Check out our review of Solitaire.


  • Isolation = fun
  • No extra pieces to lose, bag, keep up with, or not put in your mouth
  • Just requires a complete deck of cards, which you could probably assemble from those 6 incomplete decks in your junk drawer


  • Nothing, the game is perfect

Ric White

I teach math for a living and enjoy time with my super awesome wife, awesome kids and almost as awesome dog. I like card and board games, and I truly enjoy learning and experiencing new games whenever I can.

Notify of
1 Comment
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

[…] Or gaming groups where that’s the number that show up? You can’t tell one person to break out Solitaire while the rest of you play together. And splitting up into a group of two and a group of three […]

Crisis Diversion: Asmodee to Help US with Unemployment Services

New Technology Really Puts You In the Game

Dozens of Publishers Involved in Lawsuit Over the Term ‘Roll & Write’

Cephalofair Games Announces New Haven, Their Next Epic Title