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  • Summary: Experience the romance of Regency England, in this sumptuous solitaire game. Help Bella take charge of her destiny and create the ballroom of her dreams.

    Play your cards right as you tour historic locations, from stately homes and lavish gardens to the fashionable towns of London, Brighton
    Experience the romance of Regency England, in this sumptuous solitaire game. Help Bella take charge of her destiny and create the ballroom of her dreams.

    Play your cards right as you tour historic locations, from stately homes and lavish gardens to the fashionable towns of London, Brighton and Bath. Decorate the family ballroom to unlock gameplay features and improve Bella's chances of finding true love!

    Avoid the clutches of the odious Mr. Bleakley, and reclaim a lost fortune. Cupid's arrow can't fail to find his target -- in Regency Solitaire, love is always just around the corner.
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  1. Jun 24, 2015
    90
    Solitaire is hardly new, but Regency Solitaire, with its attention to detail in story, gameplay, and artistry, stands as an example of how a standard game can be reinvented with creativity.
  2. Jun 1, 2015
    80
    Simple, yet so addictive, a must have for fans of simple card games.
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  1. Feb 18, 2017
    8
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Regency Solitaire is a great solitaire game. The graphics, artwork, music and sound effects make it a joy to play. It's a relaxing game and you can go at your own pace. The game has quite a lot of variety, particularly if you compare it some other solitaire games which have maybe two or three spreads of cards at most. There are also some special abilities at your disposal that charge up as you play, enabling you to remove a couple of cards or shuffle the cards on the table.

    If you are a person who enjoys reading Jane Austen and novels in a derivative style, there is a familiar central story set in the early 19th century about a young woman called Bella. As the heroine, you want her to grow rich and marry a handsome chap. It is quite hard to understand how she manages to win so much money at cards without putting-up any money herself. The sub-plot about a roguish brother who gambles the family's money away (forcing Bella to win it back) is a paradox. Thankfully, you can play the game in non-story mode if you prefer, which is very likely if you have played through the game once already.

    It's definitely worth getting this game if you enjoy solitaire. The developers have produced something quite charming. It has enough elements to keep you playing for at least a few hours, possibly many more.
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