Game Developers at Midori Release a New Game, Smack Solitaire

I received the following press release:

December 07, 2005, Burgundy, France – Independent game and software company, Midori, has announced the release of a new computer game called, “Smack Solitaire,” Solitaire games developed for both Mac and PC.

Smack Solitaire is a collection of 30 different types of Solitaire games.
In the set, players have a vast variety of Solitaire games from which to choose and will be able to enjoy and play through the the whole collection over a long, long period of time. Smack Solitaire players will get a taste of the most popular Solitaire card games known including the ever popular Klondike, as well as other Solitaire games that are as stimulating and entertaining but also that have entirely different types of game play.
Those players that have not strayed from the most popular Solitaire game might, in fact, find some interesting variations to play in the Smack Solitaire Set, variations that are not only fun but have some twists and surprises that change the challenging aspect of Solitaire and add new games to players’ Solitaire repertoire to master.

The Smack Solitaire collection of 30 solitaire games includes: Aces Up, Australian Patience, Baker’s Dozen, Baker’s Game, Beleaguered Castle, Canfield, Double Klondike, Double Scorpion, Double Yukon, Eight Off, Flower Garden, Forty Thieves, Free Cell, Giza, Golf, Indian’s Patience, Klondike, La Belle Lucie, Montana, Nestor, Pyramid, Pyramid Golf, Queen of Italy, Russian Solitaire, Scorpion, Scorpion 2, Sea Towers, Simple Simon, Spider and Yukon.

A free demo version of the game, Smack Solitaire, is available to download at the Midori website. Smack Solitaire is available to purchase online for $20 (or 20 Euros).

for more information:
Smack solitaire


Comments 1

  • I bought (by credit card) the Smack Solitaire and got confirmation of payment. However, I do not know how to get the whole program to download to my computer. Can you help me?

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: