Solitaire is really going to come into its own over the coming weeks and months, as the current pandemic forces us all to take shelter in our homes and avoid social contact.
Thankfully, there’s no shortage of options, and Solitaire Bliss Collection is a superb addition to the solitaire canon.
Developed by Mongoose.net, Solitaire Bliss Collection contains an incredible 23 different variations of solitaire.
These include Classic Solitaire, Freecell, Yukon, Tripeaks, Spider, Pyramid, Forty Thieves, Golf, and so on. If it involves sorting cards on your own, it’s probably here.
Of course, there are thousands of solitaire games on Google Play and the App Store. What makes this one so special?
Sheer quality is the answer. Solitaire Bliss Collection is simply the most comprehensive, polished solitaire compilation we’ve ever played.
Not only does it have every solitaire variant imaginable, but it has variations within variations. For example, games can be either random or solvable, Vegas rules or standard. Freecell mode is either easy or classic. Whatever level of challenge you’re up for, you can find it.
Solitaire Bliss Collection is packed with features. There are daily challenges, leaderboards, a personal stat tracker, achievements, a left-handed mode, autocomplete, a wide selection of languages, and much more.
You can choose between portrait or landscape orientation, drag and drop or tap to move, random or solvable, and so on.
And it all looks great, with a variety of tasteful card designs and backgrounds, plus a polished, unassuming aesthetic throughout. Solitaire Bliss Collection oozes understated class.
There are unlimited hints and undos, which is rare for a free-to-play solitaire game. Solitaire Bliss Collection is ad-funded, but the ads are totally unobtrusive.