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The Solitaire Conspiracy

Mike Bithell, Bithell Games, Bithell Games
Oct 6, 2020 - PC
Fair

OpenCritic Rating

74

Top Critic Average

73%

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GameSpot
7 / 10
IGN Italy
6.5 / 10
God is a Geek
8 / 10
VideoGamer
6 / 10
DualShockers
8 / 10
Critical Hit
8 / 10
GameSpew
7 / 10
GameSpace
9 / 10
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The Solitaire Conspiracy deals out excellent solitaire with a weak layer of FMV window dressing.

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After two beautiful shorts, Bithell Games returns with a new take in the solitaires world. The Solitaire Conspiracy, unfortunately, doesn't fulfil its promises: the strategic part of the card game is poor and the story is far worse than the average Bithell story. The core gameplay is ok for a three hours game, but struggles to hold the replayability for too long.

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Whilst it is only solitaire, Bithell Games has managed to put a fresh take on an old classic. The Solitaire Conspiracy is addictive, and it oozes style in every game.

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It was clearly forged from a love of Solitaire, and even its failures feel like restless, riffled expressions of that love.

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Bithell Games brings another quality short experience with The Solitaire Conspiracy.

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The Solitaire Conspiracy is one of this year's most surprisingly addictive games, a tense showdown amongst spies using nothing other than your own wits and a few card tricks up your sleeve to deliver a quick punch of strategy.

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I applaud Bithell Games’ efforts to make a classic card game something more. There’s no denying its presentation is compelling, even if the story may feel rather unnecessary. But regardless of how you feel about the over-the-top dramatics, there’s an excellent game at the core of The Solitaire Conspiracy. Its Countdown and Skirmish modes are something that players will find themselves going back to time and again – if only for a welcome change from Freecell or Spider Solitaire.

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What do you get when you add espionage and intrigue to the ubiquitous game found in nursing homes and every Windows decide known to mankind, then drop it into a carefully crafted, existing science fiction world? You get The Solitaire Conspiracy.

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