Thursday, October 1, 2015

Relax And Play BVS Solitaire Collection #bvssolitaire #review


**I received this item for free in exchange for my honest review.**
A photo posted by Bridget Hopper (@bridget3420) on All your favorites like Scorpion, FreeCell, Pyramid, Forty Thieves, Carpet, Cruel etc. are included. BVS Solitare Collection allows you to customize the games the way you want to play them. The whole design of the games can be customized, including card sets, card backs and backgrounds. Never play the same solitaire game twice.

Playing Solitare is one of my favorite guilty pleasures.  Sometimes I can think of nothing better than sitting down with the iPad and playing a few different versions of Solitare.  I have been playing Spider Solitare like crazy and I'm actually getting pretty good at it.  It's hard to find a game that is both relaxing and stimulating at the same time.  I can get lost in a game for hours.


I started playing BVS Solitaire Collection a few days ago and I think it just might be my favorite Solitare game so far.  That's saying a lot because I have played several different versions.  There are so many different ways to play Solitare and I'm pretty sure BVS has most, if not all, of them.  It has to be one of the most user friendly editions.  Everything is laid out in a crisp and clean fashion. 


BVS Solitare Collection is available for Mac, Windows PC, iPad and the iPhone. There are several customizing options so you can tailor the game to your specifications.  Each time I have played so far, I have changed the design on the front and back of the cards.  I also changed the background and I don't know why but that made the game even more exciting. 




My husband also played a few games on the BVS Solitare Collection and here is what he has to say:

Overall it's good. Good design, easily accessible options and good performance. It's also very nice being able to sort the games by difficulty and your chance of winning. If I would change anything, it would be the quantity of available games. Yes, options are good to have so you're not stuck playing the same thing over and over, but the number of available games to play can be slightly overwhelming. Especially when you're not familiar with 90% of them.

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