Microsoft Solitaire Collection: Bringing the classic to Android and iOS

16-01-2017 My Mobile


It is a well-known fact that Microsoft is facing a tough time in terms of hardware department as there hasn’t been any launch from the company side for a while now. But when it comes to its software, the company is pretty much active in rolling out apps for its rival platform Android and iOS. In the past we have seen many applications from its aspirational Garage Project, but with the recent news of launching a game which was earlier present only on the Windows devices. Yes we are talking about the Microsoft Solitaire Collection. This is the first time that the game, which is there for almost 25 years on Windows platform, is now available for other operating systems as well, and yes, it is a free download. Solitaire game was included in Windows 3.0 and since then till Windows 7, it becomes an integral part of the Windows product line. But with the company replaced it with Microsoft Solitaire Collection and app was available for Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. The game is basically a collection of different versions of solitaire. In the game, you get to play five modes which include: Klondike, Spider, FreeCall, Pyramid and TriPeaks. And other than this, there are daily challenges through which you will get awards by playing different levels. And if you are tried to play alone, then the company has a surprise for you. Microsoft has added Xbox Live integration so that you can login or sign up for free and start playing the game with near and dear ones. Coming to design part, the company has kept the original design with some added effects which is certainly a welcome move. Overall, if you are a fan of Microsoft classics then you should be downloading this game right now period.

Available from: iTunes App Store, Google Play Store

Price: Free

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