Solitaire Beach Season A Vacation Time was available as a giveaway on March 18, 2023!
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Get ready for an exciting adventure on an island you could only dream of! Kick back and enjoy the superb sunsets, golden beaches and hours of diving all wrapped together with super fun solitaire layouts!
- Complete all the solitaire deals, make your ideal card chain!
- Enjoy explosive holidays in the tropics!
- Exciting levels that are sure to keep you entertained!
- Get rid of cards faster with jokers, and increase the combo multiplier to earn more coins!
- Remove cards faster to increase your combo multiplier and get more coins!
- Original themed decks and 12 card back styles!
Windows XP SP3 or later; Processor: 1500 MHz; Memory: 512 MB RAM; DirectX: Version 9.0; Storage: 35 MB available space
Comments on Solitaire Beach Season A Vacation Time
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Running this on Windows 11, the game installed fine, but when I started it up, I got the Toomky Game splash screen and nothing else. I had to bring up the task manager to get the game to shut down.
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Corylea, it worked on Windows 11 for me. If you post your system specs the community can try and figure out why
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+2 Time Zone __14:27 18/3/2023
Jason hi .
Just came here and you are at "-1" (down voted) .
So , congratulations , apparently you inherited WhiteRabbit's Troll ..... :-)
I've just up voted you , so now you are at "0" .
Keep up the good work .
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Today's game invites you on a virtual vacation where you are able to play solitaire in a sunny beach environment. With no storyline, you immediately start to enter your name on the main screen and then play, choosing if you want the tutorial or not.
Playing the game is simple really, you just look at the card at the bottom of your screen and match another one with it higher or lower in rank than the card that is in your pile.
Along the way if you get really good at the game you will earn in game achievements which rewards you with coins and you can use the coins to purchase power-ups in game that allow you to undo a move, shuffle the layout and even add a joker that will match any card.
If you don't like the card layouts there are 3 card fronts and 8 card backs to choose from to customize the game to your liking among other options in the main menu by clicking on the icon.
While this game should run for many today without issues, the options menu does allow you to turn off the game cursor which should speed things up. I noticed mine is slightly laggy but not to the point where it unplayable.
One thing I'd like to mention is that once you complete a level on this game and decide to return to it, I noticed the same exact layout as you played the first time so there really is no replayability to this solitaire game once you complete the whole game. Please put in the comments below if you have encountered the same when starting on the Newbie mode.
Finally I'd like to mention that on the Steam page for this game, there is a lengthy review about a bug in the game that prevents the game from being completed. I don't know if it's fixed in this version but it's something to consider again if you run into any issues please comment on them here.
If you like this game and other solitaire games there are lots more from 8 Floor on Steam often on sale at a pretty deep discount.
Overall, today's game is relaxing to play but once you've completed the whole game, there really isn't much to come back to and it's thus time to move onto another game.
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sailorbear510 aka Jason, not sure I agree with you on replayability, Jason. I have a half a dozen of these, and if this has a similar amount of levels, then I don't see a replayability issue. With this amount of levels, you'd probably have to play 24 hours to have a chance of completing the Newby level, and then you have the Professional level to complete. There are probably more than a 100 layouts here. Yes, it's the same layout on any 1 "deal", but that's so those who don't complete that deal successfully the 1st time can take another crack at it. More importantly, the cards change on every deal, so, like playing conventional solitaire, it's a different game every time. There are 10 deals to all the levels, which are likely more than 10. The ones I have have probably 20. So, that's maybe 200 deals. And, in each level, you have to collect a certain amount of the special cards available in the 10 deals. Say 55 out of a possible 60, to just pick some random but representable numbers. If you don't, you have to replay 1 or more deals to get more cards, until you reach the required number, or you can't move to the next level. Hence a replay on any 1 deal will always have the same layout, but, again, not the same cards. And, mostly, the deals in the later levels are significantly more difficult. But, even if you want a fresh layout every time, with this many deals, unless you play the whole game every day for the rest of your life - if you even could successfully - I can't imagine how you could remember each and every layout so completely that - even with different cards - it could get stale for you. The gameplay may get stale, but the layouts shouldn't - unless you have a photographic memory. And, if the game mechanics got stale for you, then you probably wouldn't care if the layouts were different or not. Also, the professional level doesn't allow you to stop the game with a less than satisfactory result on say, deal #5 in a level, and then replay that. If you got a zero on #5 when you quit, you'd have to go on to #6 when you resumed. If you completed the other 9 deals perfectly, and the 0 on #5 prevented you from completing the level, you'd have to go back to # 1 and start over again in professional, so the challenge and tension increases.
In fact, I recommend when you're playing in professional that you never quit with at least 1 more than half of the required cards in a deal. It can also be helpful to note the requirement on a level, and then keep track of your score as you go through each deal to have an idea when you can afford to do without a few cards on a particularly rough deal. To illustrate, if this is from the same developer as many of the others I have, there's a deal that resembles 3 Christmas candy canes that even the best card counters won't complete and is very difficult to get even half the cards on. And, since that deal has far and away the most required cards to collect - 18 - that I've seen, you'll probably have to replay and replay and replay even to get slightly over half. I think 12 or 14 is the best I've done - after many, many replays and a lot of luck, which leaves quite a few short of completing that level.
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