In the film Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Indy says to Harold Oxley, “I know you, Harry, and you’ve never been this interesting.” Well, if Harold Oxley’s normal personality was put into a casual solitaire game it would be Legends of Solitaire: The Lost Cards.
That is just how boring this golf solitaire game is. If you are wanting to relax, no, more like get knocked out faster than the one tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor, then this game will do it. I had reviewed another golf solitaire not to long ago, and it was upbeat and very fun, and nothing like this version. The only thing these games have in common is the base gameplay. The cutesy little characters on the cards are supposed to be from fairytales and legends of Euro-centric folk tales we are so familiar with, but no matter how big the dragon might be that we would eventually have to fight, this game is just not worth the time you might put into it, because you won’t stay awake long enough to find the beast, but you might have some interesting dreams when you collapse on your keyboard.