A Farewell to Kings
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Unique solitaire game.   Shareware ($11.95)
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A Farewell to Kings is like no other solitaire you've ever seen. It plays more like a strategy game and is not easily mastered. In the game, the cards do not connect in the normal "linear" fashion. Instead, they connect two-dimensionally, by matching suits to suits and ranks to ranks. Attaching four-of-a-kind in a square formation completes a "book" of cards which can be removed from the board.
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Version 2.2: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later



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mhughes commented on 30 Jul 2006
I am very pleased to see this game updated.

I have been using it from its first appearance back in OS9 & it has always been one of my favorites.

It's difficult enough to keep you on your toes & keep you interested.

The new larger size is certainly agreeable.

Thanks to Rob Steward.
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Downloads:3,027
Version Downloads:1,175
Type:Games : Card and Board
License:Shareware
Date:16 Jul 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $11.95
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A Farewell to Kings is like no other solitaire you've ever seen. It plays more like a strategy game and is not easily mastered. In the game, the cards do not connect in the normal "linear" fashion. Instead, they connect two-dimensionally, by matching suits to suits and ranks to ranks. Attaching four-of-a-kind in a square formation completes a "book" of cards which can be removed from the board.


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