Seven Seas Solitaire is a cool solitaire game with an addictive story

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Solitaire fans will definitely love this new game. Titled Seven Seas Solitaire, it allows you to show off your solitaire skills and sail the seven seas to rescue your darling Elaine. As a player, you’ll take command of The Falcon and explore over 300 levels, firing cannonballs and matching cards from your choice of beautiful decks.

The high seas are full of legends, pirates, storms, lost treasures and terrifying monsters. After a glorious career, prepare to retire and marry the beautiful Elaine. Unfortunately, she’s gone missing and you’re to blame. Now, your only hope to reclaim this happy life is to return to the sea, find Elaine and bring her home.

You’ll need to become a card master and put together legendary combos to rack up as much gold as you can. You can then spend it on over 20 unique upgrades for your ship and your island hideaway.

There’s never a dull moment when you’re riding the waves; as you sail and swashbuckle your way across the oceans, you’ll discover one surprise after another, recording them all in your captain’s logbook. Between the addictive solitaire action and captivating twists in the plot, this is a game that’s sure to keep you craving just one more level.

Seven Seas Solitaire system requirements:

  • OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: 1 GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: any
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 150 MB available space
  • Sound Card: any

If you’re not convinced yet, check out this gamer’s review:

A solitaire game with a story is certainly not common and one where you can build a base as well…I’m thinking; not common at all…

Graphics are nice and colourful, gameplay did take a little getting used to, it’s basically to play a card higher/lower than the one shown but like I wrote you also have other different mechanics. (some cards are damaged so you have to repair them and that’s done by getting to the tool…)

It’s a bit hard to explain but I like it quite a bit TBH, I’ll be playing more of this.

You can buy Seven Seas Solitaire for $7.99, down from $9.99 from Steam.