BVS Solitaire Collection

  • Over 450 versions of solitaire.
  • Statistics for multiple players.
  • Save your game.
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 41

Review for game BVS Solitaire Collection

What could be any better than a top-notch mix of unique and classic solitaire games? When the game will show you your next move or let you take back your last one, that's what's better. And this package offers you even more, including an endless supply of fun for solitaire fans.

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Genre : Card & Board

Enjoy familiar favorites like solitaire, bingo, poker, dominos, and game shows.

Date release

January 1, 2005

Game Rank

1595 points

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bvs solitaire collection
October 1, 2012

this is adventure in this game.

Excellent Game
September 18, 2012

I love this solitaire collection! There are lots of different games from which to choose. The game play is smooth. You can select your background and card style. The favorites list is nice. Once you have it populated, you can easily find your all time favs to play. The hint system is a nice feature. I'm thrilled with this game!

First and Best
January 7, 2013

This is the first game I bought from Big Fish years ago. It is the only one that I keep in my game manager always without deleting. I play whenever I have down time and love it. The best value at Big Fish.

Great to pass the time
July 7, 2012

This is a great collection of card games. I have played most of them. The directions are easy to understand, making the games easy to learn.

July 23, 2013

why would any one buy a game that has a ten minute trial

Pecock Tail
November 22, 2011

This Collection Is Great. Do not play Pecock Tail, after awhile is will freeze up and you can not play any of the games. I have deleted the game from my computer and reinstalled several times this does not work. Buy at your risk. Would I buy the game again knowing this Yes. I just would not play Pecock Tail. I would recommend this game with caution.

The best solitaire game offered at Big Fish
February 18, 2014

The current version of BVS Solitaire offers more than the 385 varieties indicated in the Big Fish description. There is an Undo. There is a hotkey shortcut for a Hint. You can choose any solitaire variant you wish right from the outset -- no "unlocking" nonsense. One feature that I haven't seen in other Solitaire collections is the ability to tweak the rules, creating your own variants (you save your tweaked version under a different name). BVS Solitaire has been updated since some of the other reviews indicating technical problems. I can't say that all the games work properly on all computers, but I've never had a problem with crashing on any of the solitaires that I've played. I have had irregularities with the Autoplay going off when I didn't want it to, but that seems to fix itself after a few moves. Most solitaire games offered by Big Fish are variants of simple card matching, with a pretty background and music, often with some sort of "story" tacked on or "levels" limiting what games you can play. This one is serious solitaire. It allows you to choose, or even to add your own backgrounds. It has several attractive card faces to choose from. It's not the highest resolution game out there, but it doesn't look bad on my 24" monitor. It allows you to mark your "favorite" solitaire games for quick reference (useful when there are over 400 possibilites to scroll through). It has a multitude of other configuration options, but the most attractive option to me is the ability to tweak the rules.

October 30, 2012

This had a good selection of solitaire games, of varying difficulties and choices such as 'autoplay' to speed up the games if necessary. The problem I had with the game was that the set-up seemed to be pretty average and the sort of graphics that you got in the early 90's (at the modern dawn of home pc's). They were functional and clear, but they seemed to be a little too 'industrial' for my liking. I didn't have the 'lock-up' on the game that the other reviewer mentioned, so maybe she was just unfortunate. The only solitaire game that I can see missing (that I used to play and love as a child (yes with 'real' cards)) was 'clock'. Apart from that there was a good selection of games. I would recommend if you just want to spend 10 minutes or so just 'losing yourself' in a game of solitaire and don't mind to much with regards to the 'aesthetics' of the game. For what it is, it does it functionality, just (IMO) not very graphically for the era we live in!

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