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.
Sometimes, you just have to take a break from all those hidden object mysteries and match 3 adventures for something simple and purely fun! This simple solitaire game takes us onto the fairway of many golf courses, and the game can’t get any better! We even have sports announcers covering our moves, and their commentary about the courses is pretty funny. I loved the line about the Modest Municipal course being in worse shape than Jack Black.
This is pretty much a tri-peaks solitaire style game, but the golf game atmosphere makes it worth the time you put into it. From the wise-cracking golf announcers to the mischievous gopher with a bad attitude, it seems like I was playing solitaire while watching CaddyShack or Happy Gilmore. Golf couldn’t be any more fun than an evening down at Pirate’s Cove Mini Golf, and you don’t have to go out for margaritas afterwards. If you love solitaire games, then you should not pass up Fairway ™ Collector’s Edition. Casual card games don’t get any better than this!
Summer looks to be very far away, so I thought I’d give this colourful game a try to conjure up some warm thoughts to push away this winter chill. Well, it didn’t work. It was very relaxing, too relaxing, so much so that I wanted to go out an run around in the snow, except that, even with the nation locked up tight in a blizzard that runs from border to border, even in Florida, we don’t get snow. I played a few more rounds, and the game got a little more challenging along the way, so the peaceful factor went down a bit, as tends to happen when you don’t figure out a tri-peaks solitaire game right away. The thing is, this is not ordinary tri-peaks. Some of the puzzles lay out like various mahjongg games. You still run the sequences up and down, but when tri-peaks really isn’t tri-peaks isn’t tri-peaks, but tri-peaks trying to be something else, what do you call it? I call it lame. If I want to chase flowers, I’ll go to the Chipley Lawn and Nursery and buy some marigolds and bluebells. Summer Tri-Peaks Solitaire is really not a good way to while away the winter, or any other season.