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To celebrate the Mac launch, pick up Faerie Solitaire for free before November 8th, 10am pacific time!
Release Date: Sep 17, 2010

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"Simply put, Faerie Solitaire gives you plenty of solitaire for your buck." - Gamezebo

"It is one of those 'easy to learn, tough to master' type of games that has an amazing amount of complexity and strategy hidden under its relatively simple exterior." - Gaming Trend

About the Game

Have magical fun in the addicting Card game, Faerie Solitaire! Find and raise a Faerie pet and repopulate the magical land of Avalon using the resources found by clearing each level.

Earn enough gold to purchase unique powerups and specialized upgrades, making each stage a breeze. Chain together combos to fill up your energy meter and save the Faeries!

With 8 worlds, 40 levels, over 400 hands to play through, loads of upgrades to buy, and one exciting adventure, Faerie Solitaire will have you hooked for months, giving you the very best value over any other game available today.

Key features:
  • 14 Hours of Adventure Mode Gameplay
  • 40 Unique Fantasy Locations to Explore
  • 32 Amazing Pets to Find, Hatch, & Evolve
  • Fantasy Story Complete with 8 Hand Painted Cutscenes
  • Adventure Mode: Explore the world of Avalon in Faerie Solitaire
  • Challenge Mode: Five More Bonus Locations!
  • Earn achievements as you play - 30 To Collect In All
  • Replay any location as many times as you wish.
  • Restore Faerie Land to its Former Glory!
  • Can You Save the Faeries?

PC System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: 800 Mhz (minimum)
    • Memory: 256MB (minimum)
    • Hard Disk Space: 100MB
    • DirectX®: 7 (minimum)

Mac System Requirements

    • OS: OSX Snow Leopard 10.6.8
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4Ghz
    • Memory: 1 GB
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB
Helpful customer reviews
18 of 19 people (95%) found this review helpful
1,524 products in account
6 reviews
8.0 hrs on record
很开心的纸牌游戏,也有一些动脑子的地方,刚才成功20连,还不错~,得到个成就 Uber-Combo。不过每关都打perfect几乎一次不可能啊XDDD
希望大家喜欢这个游戏哦~
This is a very good Solitaire game. Sometimes you need to think more to get the combo. I have successfully achieved 20 combos and get the achievement: Uber-Combo. However, it's very hard to get perfect rank for every game in the first time.
Hope you like my comments, lol.
Posted: July 19th, 2014
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9 of 9 people (100%) found this review helpful
825 products in account
39 reviews
16.3 hrs on record
What to say about Faerie Solitaire? I saw a bunch of my Steam friends playing this and went ahead an bought it a while back, but didnt really crack into it until recently. It was a very pleasant surprise. It's solitaire with a few twists and a little story about a kid who finds faeries in captivity and frees them while seeking out the reason all of this is happening. Nothing too deep about the story, but it does hold your interest well enough, and is a nice fable on its own.
The gameplay itself is simple enough...it is not exactly solitaire, in that rather than matchsuits until you run out of cards, you are instead trying to build combos to take off the board using your held cards as the base card for said combos. The bigger the combo, the more it is worth. Additionally, you unlock powers such as being able to automatically link a card that would not normally combo, receive extra hold cards to use when you see fit, and build faeire structures that add benefits such as extra undos (which you can use to go back one move if you realize you made a mistake), the ability to look at th next card in your deck, and so on.
Each round is made up of nine hands, and there were something like 27 rounds total, broken up into story chapters (each chapter is 3 rounds). Each round has a set of goals, which might include a certain card total combo being reached (8, 10, 12, even 15 in some rounds), acquire a certain amount of points, and fill your charge meter within a certain amount of time. You cant move forward until you meet all the goals, so ou may end up repeating a round from time to time.

Anyway, I found this to be a pleasant game with a reasonable amount of challenge, but still something you can do while distracted or feeling particurlay unmotivated to do much of anything. I uess what I am saying is it is completely accessible to anybody, can be played in small snippets, and easily fills the gaming void when you arent sure what else you want to play.

9 out of 10
Posted: July 8th, 2014
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11 of 16 people (69%) found this review helpful
643 products in account
372 reviews
10.8 hrs on record
A rather addictive solitaire simulator with a level up system. While you play, you can unlock additional bonuses and grow small pets. While this game is a variant of solitaire rather than a purist game, it provides a great game to run in the background while doing more important tasks. The story is simple, but interesting, and the gameplay is rather enjoyable to all who enjoyed the card game.Faerie Solitaire is a very solid game. It contains a lot of value for a low price and proves that solitaires don't have to be boring. It is a great time burner, with additions to the card game, to make it more appealing and long lasting.
Posted: April 19th, 2014
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11 of 17 people (65%) found this review helpful
378 products in account
36 reviews
40.8 hrs on record
Very simple but enjoyable nice game. Don't attempt to play before you go to bed...

Take time to beat the whole game and get 100% achievement but not hard. Achievement hunters are recommended to have it. :)

Faerie Solitaire
[7/10]
Posted: April 26th, 2014
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
46 products in account
6 reviews
2.9 hrs on record
This game is fun, but it's got a problem. It's not a real game. It's the bare minimum of a puzzle. The objective of the game is the exact same thing every level with tiny variations obstructing the way. It's solitaire and thats about it. They threw in a story and collectables which really don't alter the gameplay. The objectives are way too boring and uncreative. Some of the objectives are like "FILL THE PURPLE BAR!!!". Proceed to play the game as normal and you automatically complete the objective. Could they at least make you alter your thinking? How about finish the level without your normal resources? Or complete the level under X moves? Solitaire on a computer should open some interesting ideas to gameplay, but it really only serves as a way to add useless animals, pixels, and story.
Posted: May 29th, 2014
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52 of 64 people (81%) found this review helpful
375 products in account
38 reviews
3.5 hrs on record
I usually don't buy games like this, but it was in the Humble Weekly Bundle this week in the $1 tier so I figured why not. (You must pay $1 or more to get a Steam key and trading cards BTW)

Anyways, this game is a great time waster and well made. Just some good old solitaire with a bunch of additions to make it a different kind of game with tons of levels.

Besides the regular games there are several modes to play and you can obtain pets by finding eggs raise and other unlock bonuses in Faerie Land that help make your a better player and get better scores. The pets don't do much other than to have something extra in the game for you to do. You literlaly just hatch them and then evolve them once they are ready, and that';s it. Then it gives you some text about the pet, but they aren't of any use that I can tell.

Adventure has a little story to go along with it, and of course there are several others that card and puzzle games are known for. Very simple to start and it doesn't take more than a few seconds to understand the game. You unlock a couple other modes. Qucickplay, challenge, and some other mode that let's you go back and play any level you want.

It's nothing amazing, but if you want to jump into a game real quick when you don't ahve time and not worry about anything this is a good game for that. You can save and exit at any time and save your hand so no need to start over the entire chapter.

The game has achievements with 5 card drops.
Posted: December 6th, 2013
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Awards

Voted MOST ADDICTIVE GAME at the 2010 Great Games Awards!