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  • PySol
    PySol is an exciting collection of more than 200 solitaire card games. Its features include support for lots of distinct games, very nice look and feel, multiple cardsets and table tiles, sound and background music, unlimited undo & redo, load & save games, player statistics and log files, hint system, demo games, support for user written plug-ins, integrated HTML help browser and lots of documentation. Among the supported games are classics like Aces Up, Baker's Game, Canfield, FreeCell, Forty Thieves, Golf, Klondike, Pyramid, Scorpion, Spider, Yukon, and many more... hot
  • PySolFC
    PySolFC is a collection of more than 1000 solitaire card games. It is a fork of PySol Solitaire. There are games that use the 52 card International Pattern deck, games for the 78 card Tarock deck, eight and ten suit Ganjifa games, Hanafuda games, Matrix games, Mahjongg games, and games for an original hexadecimal-based deck. Read more hot
  • Blue Moon
    Blue Moon is a 52-card solitaire starts with the entire deck shuffled and dealt out in four rows. The aces are then moved to the left end of the layout, making 4 initial free spaces. You may move to a space only the card that matches the left neighbor in suit, and is one greater in rank.
  • dontspace
    Dontspace is a solitaire game for X11. It's modeled after the game ``Free Space'' distributed with Microsoft Windows NT. Dontspace emphasizes a clean user interface and point-based scoring.
  • Eric's Ultimate Solitaire
    (commercial) The classic solitaire card game suite Eric's Ultimate Solitaire from Delta Tao Software is now available for Linux! With Eric's Ultimate Solitaire, you can enjoy a myriad selection of traditional and not-so-traditional games of solitaire. Choose from 23 different games, track your successes and failures, hone your thinking and strategy skills.
  • Freecell Solver
    Freecell Solver is a program that automatically solves games of Freecell and similar Solitaire variants such as Eight Off, Forecell and Seahaven Towers, as well as Simple Simon boards. Freecell Solver is free software distributed under the public domain.
  • klondike
    Klondike is a solitaire game for X11. It's strongly influenced by the user interface of Klondike for the Macintosh. Features include: time-based and Casino-style scoring, persistent high score list, and online help.
  • Kpatience
    Kpatience (aka Kpat) is a relaxing card sorting game. To win the game a player has to arrange a single deck of cards in certain order amongst each other.
  • KPicFramer
    KPicFramer is a KDE compilant (slightly maddening) solitaire game.
  • KShisen
    KShisen is a solitaire like game played using the standard set of Mahjong tiles. Unlike Mahjong however, KShisen has only one layer of scrambled tiles.
  • Oonsoo
    Oonsoo is a solitaire card game for the X11 Windows systems. The goal of the game is to arrange the twelve suits of cards, in order, onto the twelve playing decks. When the game starts one card face down and one card face up is dealt to each of the playing decks.
  • Pegboard
    Pegboard is a pegboard solitaire game programmed in Python.
  • PySol-Cardsets
    PySol-Cardsets is a collection of 16 free cardsets adapted for use with the PySol solitaire game.
  • Seahaven Towers
    This is Seahaven Towers, a solitaire card game written for X11R4 and C++. With this program you can waste great amounts of time. As opposed to the Windoze "solitare" this game also requires some brain power in order to use it.
  • Soccer Cup Solitaire
    (commercial) Pass some time and shoot for the win with Soccer Cup Solitaire! Choose one of over 50 international soccer teams and guide them to victory with fast-paced card-matching action.
  • Solitaire Epic
    (commercial) Play Solitaire on Linux. Solitaire Epic features over 110 fun levels and three different solitaire games in one: Klondike, Tri Peaks and Matching!
  • The Ace of Penguins
    The Ace of Penguins is a collection of X11 solitaire card games including freecell, golf, minesweeper, pegged, solitaire, and taipei, plus a solitaire toolkit so that you can write your own games.
  • TryPeaks
    TryPeaks is a solitaire card game in the spirit of Freecell or Aisleriot.
  • tty-solitaire
    tty-solitaire is an ncurses-based klondike solitaire game.
  • Ultrasol
    This is a modified version of PySol by Markus Oberhumer. The basic Pysol has been extended to include games using Ganjifa playing cards, Hanafuda cards and Mahjongg tiles as well as Tarock playing cards and the 52 card International Pattern deck. There are nearly 400 different ways to play Solitaire in the current 1.0 version.
  • xfreecell
    xfreecell is another implementation of the famous solitaire game. It is MS Freecell seed number compatible.

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