Play your cards right and you might escape the zombie apocalypse! Biting humor and fun card-game action await you in Zombie Solitaire.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (50 reviews)
Release Date: Nov 15, 2013
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About This Game

Play your cards right and you just might escape the zombie apocalypse! It’s been two weeks since an infected tofu burger transformed some poor soul from a gentle vegetarian into a brain-devouring zombie. One thing led to another and now the slobbering undead have taken over the city. There’s only thing to do – run for your life! Before your can get your sweet behind to salvation on a zombie-free island, you’ll need to puzzle your way though exciting rounds of solitaire and fun minigames. But watch out! The hungry zombie horde is hot on your heels! Biting humor and fun card-game action await you in Zombie Solitaire. You’ll have to use your brain if you want to keep it!

More than 100 exciting solitaire levels
9 zombie-rific adventure settings
10 useful power-up cards
3-star rating system
A whole lotta zombies!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Win 95/98/2000/XP/ME/Vista/7
    • Processor: 1 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 256 MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 95 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
6.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 6
Just finished all the levels and it is an ok game (good for wasting some time). If you like card games its a solid game, I got it in a bundle (I think) awhile back. I cant see buying it at full price but on sale or in a bundle its worth a look. Its one of those games you wish steam had a sideways thumb for. my only major complaint is the last level once you are done with it nothing you just replay the last level over and over. (kinda of expected somekind of ending). overall ok game, good time waster.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
4.3 hrs on record
Posted: March 21
So, if zombies eat people, and we play solitaire by our lonesome - does that mean we are eating ourselves?!?!

Ok, if you liked Faerie Solitaire, chances are you will like this game.

I imagine that this game will have me for at leats 50 hours once I have pefected each part of it. It does not have all of the features to it that Faerie Solitarie does; but there is plenty here to keep you entertained for hours. This solitaire version does have features to remove stubborn cards or be able to continue sequence of play. In between every couple of levels you get a rather easy mini-point-and-click style story element to keep things moving. If you like solitaire style games and silly cartoon zombies; then this game is for you. Even at $7 you will easily get your monies worth of play time from it. And if you get it from a bundle; then you will even get more value for your buck.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 20
Like others have state this game is ok for a card game. Nothing stands out like in Faerie Solitare. If your looking for a great card then Faerie Solitare is the better game. The issue I have is that while it does nothing bad per se it doesnt do a lot of great or interesting ideas either.

The zombie idea was interesting however they fail to do anything interesting with the idea. Its basically you have cards and can go up or down in value. So the 2 card you would need a 3 or an ace to play that card. If you dont have a card you need you draw from your deck. You can buy some powerups that reveal cards or get rid of cards. The graphics are good and the music while not great is ok.

I just feel like the entire game is a missed opportunity. It lacks a hook like Faerie Solitare has with their pet collecting. You do get to play little mini games but they are short. The regular price seems very high to me. I got this in a bundle along with 5 other games. No achiements or steam trading cards and looks like this game will never have them.

Someone made a suggestion via email and it was a big nope were a small company and dont have time. However they do have enough time to advertise there latest Green Light game. Found this out in the Steam Forums. If I had to rate it 7/10. Not bad but doesnt do anything special.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
18.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 15
I like solitair games.

This one has an easy mechanic with variety in the layout of cards, and interesting extras. You play a bunch of games in one location, then move on to the next, until you get to safety from the zombies.

The zombie theme is done in a humorous way, and very amusing. And there are even brief point and click adventure-like scenes in between locations.

The interface is comfortable, and while I sometimes think an undo function would be nice, I think it is not really needed.

Very nice to play during a break, for longer, while watching TV, eating,... Whenever you'd like to play a solitair game and want something new. Even after reaching the goal, you can go back to any of the games.
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34 of 43 people (79%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: July 3, 2014
Doesn't have the charm of a Faerie Solitaire by a huge margin, but if you want something in that vein, this is easily a decent time-waster. (Specifically: this thing gives me nasty draws quite often. I've lost 4-5 cards at the beginning of a round because they offer me no moves. Just hit restart out the gate if that's the case.)

It's gimmick solitaire, you already know if you want this or not whether I tell you so. It's just going to lock a lot of powerups until you hit later levels as its main trick.

edit: Playing on, this game... doesn't seem confident in itself as a solitaire game. It even adds little hidden-object puzzles between some stages to make you "continue", or keeps deck selection (DECK SELECTION of all things!!) locked behind stage progression. Guh.
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