Solitaire Forever
Solitaire Forever
1.4.4

3.9

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Solitaire Forever free download for Mac

Solitaire Forever

09 November 2019

Over 100 solitaire card games.

Overview

Solitaire Forever is a solitaire card game.

Features:
  • Over 150 solitaire games brought to life in 3D.
  • 4 games free, and free trials of the rest.
  • Beautiful, simple graphic interface.
  • Visual and textual rules for each game.
  • Unlimited undo/redo.
  • Options to find/reveal cards, relax the rules, and auto-play.
  • Full screen mode.

What's new in Solitaire Forever

Version 1.4.4:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.12 or later.

  • General compatibility update
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15 Reviews of Solitaire Forever

Sgilbert
06 February 2017
Version: 1.4.2

Most helpful

Version 1.4.2 has been out since Sept. 2016! FIVE months ago.
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Sgilbert
06 February 2017
Version: 1.4.2
Version 1.4.2 has been out since Sept. 2016! FIVE months ago.
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2
Simonm
16 December 2010
Version: 1.3.4
3 or 4 years ago I thought the OpenGL interface was kind of cool, now it just looks tacky to the max!  The solitaire on Windows 7 actually looks much nicer in my opinion and has a nicer layout that is easier to play than this game.  The background animations were always hideous overkill. You can't argue that the sheer number of solitaire variants is impressive and based on what the developer wrote here I'm sure they're all well researched and implemented.  I think the asking price is fair for this many unique games but unless the user interface gets a major overhaul and refresh then I can't see myself playing it any more, even though I bought a license.  I'll try to find another nicer looking and more civilised Mac solitaire app. We're well past the stage of being impressed by 3D for the sake of it!  And it's not a bad thing to read Apple's user interface guidelines either.  3D and animations can be used if they provide valuable visual cues but I can't see why a card game needs to be entirely 3D.  Maybe consider replacing OpenGL with (limited) core animation for an updated look and feel and breath fresh life into a dying Mac app.
(0)
5
Bdfu
30 October 2010
Version: 1.3.4
Cooks my CPU. If I want to hear my fan all I have to do is launch this app. Other than that, it's a good implementation of solitaire. Controls are quick and responsive and the graphics are fluid and sharp. I have several solitaire games but this is the one that I always end up playing - even if it does burn a hole through my laptop.
(0)
Syzzygy
29 June 2009
Version: 1.3.4
The outstanding Solavant offers 240 solitaire games and a 100 game trial period with absolutely no time limit whatsoever. No easy games, no hints either....it's for the real solitaire aficionado. Really worth checking out.
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3
Dremwkr
24 March 2008
Version: 1.3
This game suffers in relation to Solitare Til Dawn. Its interface does not follow Apple Interface guidelines. It does not allow some legal moves. And the trial restrictions are such that no one can complete a single game. The basic 3D interface is fine, but the animations seem to be a little over the top, if you are going to be playing for more than 10 min. This game does have promise, if the developer would actually take the user's suggestions to heart and make the changes. I sense the developer really wants to improve the game, unfortunately, so far the change log indicates too little to improve the mac user experience. This game could be so much better without that much more work, and I encourge the developer to do so, because he is leaving money on the table as it is now.
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Gazman
20 December 2006
Version: 1.2.3
I agree with a couple of posters below - the time limitations on the demo are ridiculous. (As far as I'm concerned, any program that puts such limitations on a user is a demo program NOT shareware). It looks like a nice program, but it won't even allow me to play one full game.
(0)
5
Intellect-Inside
11 March 2006
Version: 1.1.2
This is the best solitaire game. Awesome graphics and card animation, huge selection of games, thorough options. And the developer is very responsive. Truly great!
(0)
5
Anonymous
01 November 2005
Version: 1.1.1
Game works very well on my G3 ibook - really enjoy playing the variety of games that Solitaire forever has!
(0)
Anonymous
26 October 2005
Version: 1.1
Actually, it's the only Solitaire game I play... As a side note, the requirements state a minimum of 16MB video RAM, but it DOES work fine on ATi Rage 128 cards with a measly 8MB.
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3
Anonymous
26 April 2005
Version: 1.0.2
First of all the pirce is ridiculous. $25 for a Solitaire game? I don't think so! Second, the time limit is annoying. It should have been set to five minutes or a 7 day trial and then the game is unaccesible. Other then that the game is okay but it isn't worth it.
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3
Anonymous
03 July 2004
Version: 1.0.1
I tried it, yeah it's a purdy one alrighty, but unMac-like. Who cares about the international market anyway? People who want to pay to play solitaire will find this 3D game a bit over the top. Mac users like their dang menu bar where it belongs, not as some graphical/multinational/concept program. And as for the marketing to an international audience...if this is true as the developer's site claims, then why is the web site in English? I found the animations quite charming at first and anoying very quickly. Nice effort by the programmers...
(0)
Joel Nelson
28 June 2004
Version: 1.0.1
Just a comment -- I did pay for Solitaire Till Dawn, and recommend it; it is a better program than Solitaire Forever.
(0)
2.75
Anonymous
13 March 2004
Version: 1.0
"Solitaire" card games are not that difficult. Therefore the bar is set somewhat higher, particularly for one that you have to pay for. Solitaire Forever falls far, far short of this bar. 1) as a previous poster mentioned, the menu bar. It's nonexistant. Some preferences, Game-New Game, ANYTHING would have been nice. 2) There are bugs. No less than 3 times in the game I played (normal Klondike), there were perfectly legal moves that it would not let me do, 2 of which may have salvaged the game. ITS NOT THAT HARD. Spend less time making fancy 3D Graphics and FIX THE GAME FIRST. Get the source code to a game that works. SOMETHING. 3) It costs money. I would be surprised if anyone is willing to pay $25 for solitaire, even with pretty graphics. Positives about this game? It's pretty. And....that's about it.
(0)
4.75
Anonymous
11 February 2004
Version: 1.0
Very high Quality game One way to improve this would be a proper mac menu bar and preferences window as well as more options for card/background colours.
(0)
4.5
Flash1296
09 February 2004
Version: 1.0
Starting with a gorgeously animated five-star 3-D window, this is the best that I have ever seen --Highly Recommended!
(0)
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3.9

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.0 or later

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