5 out of 5
No bicycles, all Solitaire!
Don't know about the name of this game, but whatever, it is an oldie but great collection of solitaire games, in a lot of versions and flavors. You will, get the classic, 1 to 3 cards draw, you'll get all screen solitaire (where all the cards are displayed on screen) and quite a few other versions that are not as common. By the ultimate mechanic is the same: you have to arrange the cards in stacks where the cards follow each other color and value. So, is this enough to replace your regular Microsoft Solitaire
? Well it all depends on how much you like the game. I mean, for a casual player the Windows solitaire can be all that you want to try, but for a select few, a more diverse Solitaire suite can be just the thing. Graphically the game .looks more than ok: the table is green, you have a few card sets to choose from, and, generally, there are no weird glitches or anything to mess your solitaire fun. I would argue that Win7 Solitaire looks a bit sharper, but, then again, I can go down on the graphical style of Win 95 just as well, as this game feels more like an expanded Win 95 Solitaire.