Allgood Solitaire
Allgood Solitaire
5.5

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Allgood Solitaire free download for Mac

Allgood Solitaire5.5

01 February 2019

Many variations of solitaire.

Overview

Allgood Solitaire offers 74 different variations of Solitaire, from the well known Klondike, Pyramid, Gaps and Canfield, to the more eclectic Will O' Wisp, and Monte Carlo.

All games support undo/redo, pile peeking, statistics, move hints, and much more.

What's new in Allgood Solitaire

Version 5.5:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.9 or later

  • Fixes display issues with latest versions of Mac OSX
  • Adds Full Screen mode
  • Additional deck and background designs
  • French Language support added

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How would you rate Allgood Solitaire app?

3 Reviews of Allgood Solitaire

4.5
Anonymous
10 August 2003
Version: 3.1

Most helpful

One of the better solitaire games. However, in Klondike, and possibly other games, it appears that the cards do not appear to be truly randomly shuffled. Too often cards are grouped, e.g. after a new deal there are 3 of one card and 2 of another are showing, or 3 are hidden in the first row.
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bennie34
14 May 2018
Version: 5.1
when will this game be fixed soI can play again on high sierra its been over 6 months and I still can't play
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4.25
Anonymous
18 July 2005
Version: 4.0
Surprised there aren't more comments. Nice to have card scaling so those of us with large monitors and huge resolutions don't need magnifying glasses to play. Has advantages over some other more highly acclaimed games in the genre. For instance, doesn't have the cryptic scoring and ugly toolbar that Solitaire Til Dawn has. On the other hand, requiring a double-click to move a card seems illogical. Possibly a bit overpriced, but i'm often the one complaining how cheap people are, so probably not.
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4.5
Anonymous
10 August 2003
Version: 3.1
One of the better solitaire games. However, in Klondike, and possibly other games, it appears that the cards do not appear to be truly randomly shuffled. Too often cards are grouped, e.g. after a new deal there are 3 of one card and 2 of another are showing, or 3 are hidden in the first row.
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