Long ago, the Solitaire Kingdom was cursed by an ancient, evil spell! To lift the curse once and for all and return the kingdom to its former glory, you must embark on a great quest and defeat the dragons! Gather companions, trade coins for goods at the blacksmith’s workshop, and claim rightful victory against these ferocious beasts!
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Release Date: Sep 28, 2015

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“Legends of Solitaire: Curse of the Dragons is a beautifully designed game, with some really nice graphics and a choice of card styles and backs.”
8 / 10 – Solitaire Vale

“Legends of Solitaire – Curse of the Dragons is a title you will not want to miss.”
The Gamer Scene

“If you do happen to like solo card games, then look into this.”
Indie Game Magazine

About This Game

Long ago, the Solitaire Kingdom was cursed by an ancient, evil spell! To lift the curse once and for all and return the kingdom to its former glory, you must embark on a great quest and defeat the dragons! Gather companions, trade coins for goods at the blacksmith’s workshop, and claim rightful victory against these ferocious beasts!

Features

  • Thrilling story
  • Awesome graphics
  • Fun items to buy and help you on your journey
  • Fascinating characters
  • Melodic, soothing score
  • 400 rounds of relaxing Solitaire
  • Full voice over

The Revills Games


The Revills Games is a husband and wife indie development team based in Adelaide, South Australia. Please visit us via Twitter, our website or Facebook.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: 1GHz
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 64MB VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 7.0
    • Storage: 125 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
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Vic=HKC=
14.3 hrs
Posted: August 3
For once, I didn't really pay to the story, so here is a brief summary of the sequel of another solitaire game: a dragon is terrorizing the region and you set out on a journey to find it and to confront it. During this long journey accross mountain, desert, forest, villages, dark areas and many others, you'll meet companions willing to help you.

This is a card game. You draw a card and you have to make suits with those available on the board. You have 40 stages, with 10 levels in each. If at first, you choose a companion with a specific power, more will join you during the journey. Once they're used, they're respleneshing themselves with cards you're putting in a suit. The store will also provide you with bonus and with items that can be used in some levels (a potion to extinguish fire and a key to open a lock). Usually, the lock levels have a hidden key card while the fire (either put at the beginning or by a dragon card hidden in the stack) will extinguish itself after a few cards if you don't have any potion on you. Other cards are hidden like money (to increase your wallet) or a wild card that can help you to finish a level or to continue a combo. Some cards need some weapons to reveal themselves.

To keep on going, you need to meet the objectives for the whole stage (accumulate a certain ammount of gold during it, manage to do some perfect levels - where no card stays on board -, gather a certain ammount of stars - each level is rated -, fill the dragon bar and make combos). These can vary depending on the difficulty chosen.

I must say that despite being in casual, I've got an hard time to finish some stages. However, I found a work-around: before playing the last level, I can play another one to have another chance for the combos, but mainly, for the gold challenge. Sometimes, the AI throws you hard levels where you'll put in the stack only a few cards, so, make sure to use your companions and your wild cards at a good moment. Another little problem is that you can't carry more than a key and a potion, meaning that you have to get often in the store if you don't forget about it.

While the graphics are just fantasy backgrounds, the rest is just the cards designs. I've played with the default one, which is nice but if you have an hard time to distinguish cards, you have also the set with only the numbers or letters. About the soundtrack, it was fitting, however, I wish that one track wasn't reminding me of 12 Labours of Hercules as it's the main track of that game - I suppose that it was taken in a free of rights sites. The story is also voiced but the narrator was so boring that I never payed attention to the story. I just wanted to play the game.

I also found the "Continue" button placed at the worst place. It's not in first place but after "New Game" and I suppose that some players will reset their progression by being too fast.

I've also crashed a few times with an level exception access error or something like that.

The game is good, as you have at least 400 levels and minigames on side. But with the crashes, I wouldn't advice you to buy it at full price. The story is perhaps boring but it's not the point here - you're here to play cards. Anyway, I recommend it.
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Blue_Lotus
0.6 hrs
Posted: July 14
I really am a big of card games in all variations, including various Solitaire's on Steam and Android.
This one, however, didnt catch me at all.
In my oppinion, it misses the atmosphere, complexity and/or professionality i've seen in the better competitors, and i got bored of it fast...
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Fivedorrah
1.9 hrs
Posted: June 19
Addictive! One more click... . .
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aoifefirth
23.1 hrs
Posted: April 17
Legends of Solitaire: Curse of the Dragons was a card game, mini-novel, and adventure game all rolled into one. The solitaire games themselves were challenging, and you could earn credits to spend towards tools to help with challenges that arose with the cards. Each level contained a chapter of the story...more than 20 in all. The story was good, but a bit long.

Overall I give the game 8/10 for giving a good story and several levels of game play. It did get a bit repetetive at times, and seemed to go on too long. If you're a card game and fantasy tale lover, you should enjoy this game a lot.
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Rizenxin
9.8 hrs
Posted: April 16
couldn't start game multiple times and posted about it
got super quick feedback from devs and resolved issue within 2 weeks
now relieving stress by breaking ice, cutting vines, and combating dragons
... in a solitaire game

10/10 games need a lesson in design and cust supp from these devs!
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Rejutka Lupex
21.6 hrs
Posted: April 10
It's a nice game to spend some time on, if you can get it cheap.

I'm not sure if I can recommend buying it for 8.99 - I don't remember exactly where or how I bought it, it probably was within a package - but if you can get it cheap, go for it.

It's not solitaire as MS Windows defines it, you're not shuffling cards around, you're looking for cards in sequence - up or down, regardless of color.

To spice it up, there's a few modifiers - the stacks are sometimes not accessible until you find a tool to free it.
(Or buy the tool with money gained in previous levels.)

Also, unlike the solitaire that probably came with your computer, the stacks aren't ordered, they're all over the screen, blocking each other.

A nice touch are the wildcards you can find - basically, a free card to use if you're stuck and need just THAT card to continue. (The wildcard will have a fixed number, though. So you really need to need THAT card, not just ANY card :-)

There's a story told that is OK, though the game obviously has no influence upon it.

You're winning money, so there is a store where you can buy upgrades and items to help you play. Unfortunately, there's only a few of them, so you'll soon have bought everything there is, leaving you to play for the sake of playing.
(Which should be enough, after all. Though I admit I'd rather have something to grind towards while playing, the story alone isn't really enough for me.)
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goonMerchant
18.8 hrs
Posted: April 9
Nice solitaire game with a resonable challenge and relaxing to play.
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28.9 hrs
Posted: March 30
Very nice Solitaire game if you like those kind of games Legends of Solitaire: Curse of the Dragons is the game for you :)
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v48e12 (broken soul)
25.5 hrs
Posted: March 30
a simple solister puzle game
nothing special
its fun if you like solister
only easy to finish
achievments
Bashed About Use your Mace 30 times.
Cut to Ribbons Use your Sword 30 times.
Early On Complete 5 Stages.
Excellent Combo Get a Combo of 10 Cards.
Fantastic Combo Get a Combo of 15 Cards.
Getting There Complete 20 Stages.
Hacked to Pieces Use your Axe 30 times.
Hoarder Earn 10000 Gold.
Loose Change Earn 1000 Gold.
Magical Combo Get a Combo of 20 Cards.
Perfectly Acceptable Achieve 10 Perfects.
Perfectly Admirable Achieve 55 Perfects.
Perfectly Exceptional Achieve 100 Perfects.
Perfectly Notable Achieve 25 Perfects.
Petty Cash Earn 2500 Gold.
Progress Complete 10 Stages.
So Close Now Complete 30 Stages.
The End Complete the Game.
Treasurer Earn 5000 Gold.
Wonderful Combo Get a Combo of 5 Cards.
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Bibora
13.1 hrs
Posted: March 15
Casual solitaire game. It narrates a story of a band of heroes who will go and fight ferocious beasts, in which the battles resume to Solitaire card games. It's simple, entertaining and very easy to grab a perfect achievement run. Recommended mostly for Solitaire lovers and achievement hunters.
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11 of 11 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
14.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 3
For once, I didn't really pay to the story, so here is a brief summary of the sequel of another solitaire game: a dragon is terrorizing the region and you set out on a journey to find it and to confront it. During this long journey accross mountain, desert, forest, villages, dark areas and many others, you'll meet companions willing to help you.

This is a card game. You draw a card and you have to make suits with those available on the board. You have 40 stages, with 10 levels in each. If at first, you choose a companion with a specific power, more will join you during the journey. Once they're used, they're respleneshing themselves with cards you're putting in a suit. The store will also provide you with bonus and with items that can be used in some levels (a potion to extinguish fire and a key to open a lock). Usually, the lock levels have a hidden key card while the fire (either put at the beginning or by a dragon card hidden in the stack) will extinguish itself after a few cards if you don't have any potion on you. Other cards are hidden like money (to increase your wallet) or a wild card that can help you to finish a level or to continue a combo. Some cards need some weapons to reveal themselves.

To keep on going, you need to meet the objectives for the whole stage (accumulate a certain ammount of gold during it, manage to do some perfect levels - where no card stays on board -, gather a certain ammount of stars - each level is rated -, fill the dragon bar and make combos). These can vary depending on the difficulty chosen.

I must say that despite being in casual, I've got an hard time to finish some stages. However, I found a work-around: before playing the last level, I can play another one to have another chance for the combos, but mainly, for the gold challenge. Sometimes, the AI throws you hard levels where you'll put in the stack only a few cards, so, make sure to use your companions and your wild cards at a good moment. Another little problem is that you can't carry more than a key and a potion, meaning that you have to get often in the store if you don't forget about it.

While the graphics are just fantasy backgrounds, the rest is just the cards designs. I've played with the default one, which is nice but if you have an hard time to distinguish cards, you have also the set with only the numbers or letters. About the soundtrack, it was fitting, however, I wish that one track wasn't reminding me of 12 Labours of Hercules as it's the main track of that game - I suppose that it was taken in a free of rights sites. The story is also voiced but the narrator was so boring that I never payed attention to the story. I just wanted to play the game.

I also found the "Continue" button placed at the worst place. It's not in first place but after "New Game" and I suppose that some players will reset their progression by being too fast.

I've also crashed a few times with an level exception access error or something like that.

The game is good, as you have at least 400 levels and minigames on side. But with the crashes, I wouldn't advice you to buy it at full price. The story is perhaps boring but it's not the point here - you're here to play cards. Anyway, I recommend it.
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31 of 32 people (97%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
35.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 3, 2015
Solitaire: LOTR Edition!

This solitaire game is great. The graphics remind me of Lord of the Rings and other medieval fantasy stories. The gameplay is solid, a good balance beteween not too many cards and not enough to win. I've played a lot of solitaire games and this ranks up there at the top in my book.

A unique feature in this game is a bonus when you choose cards of matching suits. The bonus applies to your companions' power ups. This adds to the strategy because instead of just choosing cards by number you have to decide if you want to match this one to get the suit bonus or match this other one to clear a column.

You start with one companion, and you get to choose between two different ones. Along the way other companions will join you on your journey. You will have four companions max, one for each card suit. Some companions are only with you for a little while as they guide you through the terrain, then leave and another companion takes their place. The companion powers are things like remove a random card, reveal some face-down cards, give you a card that will help match something, etc.

The gold you get during the game can be used to purchase helpful items. A sword to clcear away vines; An Axe to chop ice; A Mace to break stone. Those weapons can only be used 3 times in a row before they break. So you will be buying more from the store every so often. There is also a key that locks a stack of cards and you can either buy one from the store or hope you find the hidden one beneath another stack of cards. Occasionally dragonfire will ignite a card for a few turns. You can purchase a water potion to douse the flames or just wait for them to go away after several card matches. In addition to those regular use items there are one-time helpful items that are expensive but worth saving up for, such as the one that gives you an extra undo, or one that reveals more face-down cards.

The story is narrated by a man, and I think he does a very nice job. There is a story page in the beginning of each section of the journey. There are 10 levels of card play in each section. This game is strictly solitaire card, no hidden object levels or anything like that.

There are 3 difficulty levels: easy, normal, and hard. I played on normal.

This game is very long, so you definitely get a lot of content for your money. 15 +/- hours for the main story on normal difficulty. And once you beat the main game you can replay levels or play 3 mini-games including the tri-towers layout, or random layout.
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23 of 27 people (85%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
10.1 hrs on record
Posted: September 28, 2015
This game is wonderful with only one drawback...you can't replay hands if you miss cards. This is very frustrating. You can replay the whole level but not individual hands. This is the only thing that irks me because I am a completionist. Otherwise its a great solitaire game, reminds me of The Chronicles of Emerland Solitaire a bit with the whole companion aspect.
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13 of 14 people (93%) found this review helpful
Recommended
14.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 4, 2015
This Solitaire game is realy quite solid

I compare it with Faery Solitaire as those are quite similar

Story: Faery Solitaire so far has a better story, the story teller sounds way more human and not mechanic like this one on many parts...
Mechanics: LoS has the better mechanic considdering use of items/companion use (Faery actually has none of both, just gimmikpermaboni stuff.. LoS has both gimmikpermaboni and actuall use stuff)
Music: Both have similar quality
Fun: Both are equaly fun and relaxing
Achievements: FaerySolitaire has achievements you need arround 200hrs playtime to complete (all pets evolve...) LoS has none of those, you can get all in one playthrough - difficulty doesn't matter at all

Both games have casual mode after / next to the storymode

Price: 9€/$ realy is a fair and good price for this game

Playtime: Probably 15-20 hrs considdering it has 40 stages x 10 -> 400 lvls

I give this one a 8/10
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12 of 14 people (86%) found this review helpful
Recommended
25.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 24, 2015
If you enjoyed playing Faerie Solitaire, you will also enjoy Legends of Solitaire: Curse of the Dragons, as it has the same style of Solitaire game play while also adding a shop and companion/bonus mechanics.
A surprisingly nice casual solitaire card game.
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
7.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 4, 2015
really wonderful solitaire game, i like the graphics, the cards, and the play style. the extras like the companions is a nice addition as well.
very relaxing and enjoyable to play late at night right before bed.
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11 of 16 people (69%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 2, 2015
Not the most fun game.

I got this game based on how much fun I had on a similar game, Faerie Solitaire. That game was challenging, but a smooth experience to play.

This plays in a similar manner/rules, but has a lot more muddling it. Random things like a dragons flame, or locks happening, either damning you to not get a perfect (unless you're very lucky with your card draws), or necessitating going into the shop to spend money on a consumable item. It breaks the flow and makes the game frustrating.

It's not a bad game but it feels like a downgrade--like there was artificial difficulty put in, just for the sake of being hard, rather than more fun. If you're about to purchase this game based on how much you like Faerie Solitaire, you might be disappointed...
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
17.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 19, 2015
This game is waaay better than Faerie Solitaire in my opinion.

1) It has different difficulty levels, so you can choose whether you want to relax or want a challenge.
2) You don't need to rely on RNG to complete all the achievements.
3) Visually the game is a lot nicer. The backgrounds are lovely, and I enjoy that the cards are layed out differently each hand.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: September 29, 2015
It's a little unbalanced at times, but it's a lot more fun than I expected. It's still Solitaire - not too much of the formula is changed - but it has some items which you can buy or find, and barriers which require specific items, and objectives you have to meet at each level. It's surprisingly good.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 14
I really am a big of card games in all variations, including various Solitaire's on Steam and Android.
This one, however, didnt catch me at all.
In my oppinion, it misses the atmosphere, complexity and/or professionality i've seen in the better competitors, and i got bored of it fast...
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