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Cards, Mahjongg & Solitaire (PC)

Cards, Mahjongg & Solitaire (PC)
alaScore 74

6 reviews

Aug, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the graphics.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Cards, Mahjongg & Solitaire (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 74/100 = Good quality.

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Cards, Mahjongg & Solitaire

 

Cards, Mahjongg & Solitaire features a variety of games for children and adults to enjoy. Players may work their way through several card games including Spades, Hearts, Euchre, Go Fish, and Gin Rummy or try to master over 1,000 layouts found in several t

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Fun yet frustrating

 

Even at 30, I enjoy playing "horse games", probably because they weren't around when I was a kid! I was actually expecting this game to be more of a traditional "level up your horse through practice and solve a mystery" game like the Time to Ride...

Intriguing mystery, challenging puzzles

Point and click interface, lack of logic in some puzzles

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One of the best adventure games out there!

 

Based on one of Nancy's best books of all time "The Secret Of Shadow Ranch" sends you as Nancy Drew on a ranch in Phoenix, Arizona. The aunt and uncle (the Rawleys) of your friends have called you over to solve yet another mystery. This time a phantom ...

Great Graphics,gameplay,music,ok everything

Nothing really

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Nancy gallops toward adventure in the Secret of Shadow Ranch

 

Nancy's 11th outing takes her to a working ranch in Arizona, where she is to stay with her cousins' family. However, Nancy arrives at the airport to a less-than-warm welcome from a ranch hand, only to find that Ed Rawley was bitten by a rattlesnake and...

Graphics, immersive atmosphere, enchanting backstory, numerous locations to explore

Lots of "filler" puzzles, if you've read the book, you know the culprit

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Nancy Drew The Secret Of Shadow Ranch

 

Let me first say that... I started being a Nancy Drew fan when I bought the first Nancy Drew game (Secrets Can Kill). ----- Nancy Drew "The Secret Of Shadow Ranch" is based upon the best selling book of all time: The Secret of Shadow Ranch. ----- ...

A cool game to play

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I Would Rather Kiss a Horse Square in the Mouth Than Play This Game

 

I became a fan of the Nancy Drew game series when I found Mystery in a Haunted Mansion. That game got me hooked because is was fun and not real hard to play. I know these games are targeted at a younger audience, but what the heck. If you enjoy ...

It was a Nancy Drew mystery game

It's more like a chore than a game. Homework or housework would be more fun

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