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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Solitaire, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
99% 831 votes
93% 1,178 votes
89% 3,407 votes
96% 83 votes
93% 87 votes
100% 25 votes
97% 35 votes
100% 22 votes
92% 77 votes
100% 18 votes
100% 17 votes
100% 12 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Solitaire is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Solitaire, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Casual 86%
  2. Singleplayer 60%
  3. Puzzle 60%
  4. 2D 59%
  5. Relaxing 44%
  6. Card Game 43%
  7. Indie 41%
  8. Colorful 37%
  9. Tabletop 37%
  10. Family Friendly 36%
  11. Strategy 33%
  12. Logic 30%
  13. Cute 29%
  14. Board Game 28%
  15. Minimalist 22%
  16. Atmospheric 19%
  17. Adventure 15%
  18. Cartoony 15%

The Solitaire tag refers to a genre of card games that are typically played by a single player. In these games, the goal is to manipulate and arrange a deck of cards according to specific rules and conditions, with the objective being to complete certain predetermined patterns or sequences.

Solitaire games are often played on a tabletop or with virtual cards on computer or mobile devices. Unlike multiplayer card games, such as Poker or Bridge, Solitaire is specifically designed for individual play and does not involve opponents.

The rules of Solitaire can vary depending on the specific game variant, but some common elements include:

  • Tableau This refers to the playing area where cards are arranged in specific patterns. The tableau may be organized into columns, rows, or other formations.
  • Foundation Piles These piles serve as the ultimate goal of the game. The player's objective is usually to move cards from the tableau onto these foundation piles in specific sequences (e.g., Ace to King).
  • Stock and Waste Piles In many Solitaire games, there is a stock pile from which additional cards can be drawn when needed. When making moves in the game, players may have access to a waste pile where they can move cards temporarily for better access.

Examples of well-known Solitaire games include:

  • Klondike Solitaire Also known simply as "Solitaire," Klondike is perhaps one of the most popular variations of this genre. Its traditional form involves dealing out 28 facedown cards onto a tableau with seven columns gradually increasing in size. The objective is to build four foundation piles from Ace to King of each suit.
  • Spider Solitaire In Spider Solitaire, players work with two decks of cards instead of one. The goal is to create eight foundation piles, starting with King and ending with Ace. Cards can be moved around the tableau in specific patterns, such as building columns from highest-ranking cards down to the lowest.
  • Freecell Freecell is a Solitaire game known for its unique twist on traditional rules. It offers more strategic depth and freedom by allowing players to move any accessible card stacks in the tableau, regardless of their sequence or suit. The objective is still to build foundation piles sequentially.

Solitaire games provide a relaxing and solitary gaming experience that can be enjoyed at one's own pace without relying on opponents or time constraints. They are popular choices for casual play and have become iconic forms of card entertainment over the years.

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