Solitaire is arguably the most widely played game and Hardwood Games and Peter Green Design now brings the latest and most exciting version of a Solitaire game app based on POLITICARDS 2012, the playing cards that have enjoyed 40 years of retail sales success. The brainchild of award-winning caricaturist and creative design genius Peter Green comments that this may be the only laugh we’ll have from this election year!
The game has the newest set of Politicards, which includes hilarious full color illustrations from both sides of the political spectrum. The deck includes such cards as Barack Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin, Ron Paul, Nancy Pelosi, and Donald Trump. It also features unexpected additions to the landscape like George Clooney, Bill Maher, Glen Beck, Arianna Huffington and Bill O’ Reilly.
The rendition of "Stars and Stripes Forever" that plays and the fireworks that explode as you successfully place all your cards down; make this timeless game even more fun. Pinch each of the 54 character cards and you’ll not only see the characters name, but the perfect quote that was specifically chosen for that personality from the movie he/she is seen depicted. This all sounds pretty wild for a game of Solitaire and that’s because the game of Politics, along with the world of Hollywood, puts a whole new face on the classic game of Solitaire.
Specially designed for tablets and phones, Politicards Solitaire along with its gorgeous graphics and 3D effects let’s you compare your best scores with players from all over the world with a leaderboard. You can also enjoy achievement challenges that take the experience from just a single round of Solitaire to endless fun.
Over 100 variants of Solitaire available from the ingame store
High quality, colorful graphics
Animated 3D effects
Customizable backgrounds, cards and avatars
Auto Complete finishes won games
Drag and drop cards
Undo Gesture, swipe to the left
Advance stockpile Gesture, swipe to the right
Built-in help with explanations for Solitaire rules
Tap on a card, and then tap where you want it to go