Royal Challenge Solitaire is a card game to make you feel like a little old lady on a rainy afternoon waiting for her cats to wake up. While this game had some challenging puzzles, there was virtually no sound at all but for the dealing of the cards on the antique tables. It ran in a sequential set up, sort of like Tri-Peaks, but the layouts were more elaborate. It was a very right-brain game, and if there was no sound in the house, you could very well find yourself getting sleepy. The tables had little decorations to make you feel like you might have been sitting at a table in a 1920s tearoom, but it never really distracted from the game itself. While Royal Challenge Solitaire had a scoring system that never made you take any losses when you did lose, it was pretty much the lack of sound that made it very hard to concentrate. If you want to give it a try, I suggest you keep Beach 95.1 running on your computer, because it will make this attempt at a nostalgic game a little easier to take. At least the music will be fun and high energy.