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30 Free Patience 3.0 US


A free collection of 30 solitaire card games


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6.1 MBFile Size :
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Popularity: 4/10Popularity :
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7/8/2004Date Added :
5-Star Rating Rating :
30 Free Patience was fully tested by TopShareware Labs. It does not contain any kind of malware, adware and viruses.
Play 30 great solitaire card games for free. More than 50 variations, with many original games. Photo-realistic custom card graphics in 3 sizes to best accomodate any screen resolution. Card and pile decks as well as the playing area are fully customizable. High quality sounds. Multi-levels unlimited undos, performant analyser to assist you during play, detailed scores and statistics...

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    Beware of Embedded Virus!
    I'm the same person who wrote the generally positive first review. In good conscience, I absolutely had to follow up, because my latest download had a virus which was caught by my anti-viral software as soon as I finished the installation! Unfortunately, I didn't have the presence of mind at the time to make a note of exactly how the virus was identified. I simply ordered my anti-virus software to delete the virus immediately. I don't want to speculate on how it got there. Unfortunately, unless and until it has been otherwise shown that this software is virus free, I can no longer recommend it. User beware!
    Author: Mark on Friday, August 24, 2007
    30+ Free Patience Review
    This is a freebee, and the authors clearly would like you to upgrade to their more advanced and complete version by paying. It therefore is limited in terms of your options. Since I don't spend a lot of time playing card games, or any PC based games for that matter, I don't need a lot of flexibility in my choices. A feature that I particularly like is the ability to use the mouse to right-click on a selected card and have it automatically go where it's supposed to. Most Solitaire programs require you to click-hold the card, move it to where you want it, then click again to release it. In this day and age of repetitive motion injuries and carpel tunnel due to overuse of the mouse, I especially like this feature. The score keeping feature also, while limited, helps to give me a sense of how I'm doing. I must, however, take my score somewhat with a grain of salt since I know my pool of possible games is severly limited.
    Author: Mark on Friday, August 24, 2007


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