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Heaven & Earth

Heaven & Earth

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

A collection of puzzles designed by Scott Kim, an action-puzzle in which the player influences a pendulum, and an original card game, tied together somewhat with a Buddhist philosophical theme, and an additional play mode in which original levels of all three types are presented along with various philosophical quotes, called the Pilgrimage. There is a wide variety of puzzles presented, all organized into sets with a landscape theme (plains, mountain, ocean, and sky), and a central gateway for choosing to play another of the sections. The card game has some features that take advantage of...

Ishido: The Way of Stones

Ishido: The Way of Stones

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Ishido is a solitaire board game played with tiles, similar to Shanghai. The objective is to place all of the tiles onto the board and obtain the highest possible score by following specific rules of play. There are ways to play that can dramatically increase the score, which makes the game very strategic in nature. Additionally, when desired, the player can get an oracle reading by asking a question, which is answered when the player makes a very elegant play (four-way match). There is also a "construction set" where players can create their own tiles and backgrounds. The game comes with...

Ishido: The Way of Stones

Ishido: The Way of Stones

NEC PC-8801 - Released - 1990

Ishido is a solitaire board game played with tiles, similar to Shanghai. The objective is to place all of the tiles onto the board and obtain the highest possible score by following specific rules of play. There are ways to play that can dramatically increase the score, which makes the game very strategic in nature. Additionally, when desired, the player can get an oracle reading by asking a question, which is answered when the player makes a very elegant play (four-way match). There is also a "construction set" where players can create their own tiles and backgrounds. The game comes with...

Ishido: The Way of Stones

Ishido: The Way of Stones

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1990

Ishido is a solitaire board game played with tiles, similar to Shanghai. The objective is to place all of the tiles onto the board and obtain the highest possible score by following specific rules of play. There are ways to play that can dramatically increase the score, which makes the game very strategic in nature. Additionally, when desired, the player can get an oracle reading by asking a question, which is answered when the player makes a very elegant play (four-way match). There is also a "construction set" where players can create their own tiles and backgrounds. The game comes with...

Ishido: The Way of Stones

Ishido: The Way of Stones

Apple Mac OS - Released - 1990

Ishido is a solitaire board game played with tiles, similar to Shanghai. The objective is to place all of the tiles onto the board and obtain the highest possible score by following specific rules of play. There are ways to play that can dramatically increase the score, which makes the game very strategic in nature. Additionally, when desired, the player can get an oracle reading by asking a question, which is answered when the player makes a very elegant play (four-way match). There is also a "construction set" where players can create their own tiles and backgrounds. The game comes with...

Ishidō: The Way of Stones

Ishidō: The Way of Stones

Sharp X68000 - Released - March 20, 1991

Ishido is a solitaire board game played with tiles, similar to Shanghai. The objective is to place all of the tiles onto the board and obtain the highest possible score by following specific rules of play. There are ways to play that can dramatically increase the score, which makes the game very strategic in nature. Additionally, when desired, the player can get an oracle reading by asking a question, which is answered when the player makes a very elegant play (four-way match). There is also a "construction set" where players can create their own tiles and backgrounds. The game comes with...

Ishidō: The Way of Stones

Ishidō: The Way of Stones

NEC PC-9801 - Released - April 13, 1990

Ishido is a solitaire board game played with tiles, similar to Shanghai. The objective is to place all of the tiles onto the board and obtain the highest possible score by following specific rules of play. There are ways to play that can dramatically increase the score, which makes the game very strategic in nature. Additionally, when desired, the player can get an oracle reading by asking a question, which is answered when the player makes a very elegant play (four-way match). There is also a "construction set" where players can create their own tiles and backgrounds. The game comes with...

Solitaire Royale

Solitaire Royale

NEC PC-9801 - Released - June 24, 1988

This was an early commercial instance of Card Solitaire. There are 8 different solitaire games, including Klondike, Calculation, and Three Shuffles and a Draw. You can also play "Aunt Anne's Tour" where you play all 8 in row, trying for the highest combined score, and 3 children's games. In addition, there are 10 different choices for deck art.

Solitaire Royale

Solitaire Royale

Fujitsu FM-7 - Released - June 24, 1988

This was an early commercial instance of Card Solitaire. There are 8 different solitaire games, including Klondike, Calculation, and Three Shuffles and a Draw. You can also play "Aunt Anne's Tour" where you play all 8 in row, trying for the highest combined score, and 3 children's games. In addition, there are 10 different choices for deck art.

Solitaire Royale

Solitaire Royale

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

This was an early commercial instance of Card Solitaire. There are 8 different solitaire games, including Klondike, Calculation, and Three Shuffles and a Draw. You can also play "Aunt Anne's Tour" where you play all 8 in row, trying for the highest combined score, and 3 children's games. In addition, there are 10 different choices for deck art.

Solitaire Royale

Solitaire Royale

Apple IIGS - Released - 1990

Solitaire Royale is a computer game published by Spectrum HoloByte in 1987 for the Apple IIGS, DOS, Macintosh and Amiga.

Solitaire Royale

Solitaire Royale

MS-DOS - Released - 1987

This was an early commercial instance of Card Solitaire. There are 8 different solitaire games, including Klondike, Calculation, and Three Shuffles and a Draw. You can also play "Aunt Anne's Tour" where you play all 8 in row, trying for the highest combined score, and 3 children's games. In addition, there are 10 different choices for deck art.

Solitaire Royale

Solitaire Royale

Apple Mac OS - Released - 1987

This was an early commercial instance of Card Solitaire. There are 8 different solitaire games, including Klondike, Calculation, and Three Shuffles and a Draw. You can also play "Aunt Anne's Tour" where you play all 8 in row, trying for the highest combined score, and 3 children's games. In addition, there are 10 different choices for deck art.

Solitaire Royale

Solitaire Royale

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - June 24, 1988

This was an early commercial instance of Card Solitaire. There are 8 different solitaire games, including Klondike, Calculation, and Three Shuffles and a Draw. You can also play "Aunt Anne's Tour" where you play all 8 in row, trying for the highest combined score, and 3 children's games. In addition, there are 10 different choices for deck art.

Solitaire Royale

Solitaire Royale

NEC PC-8801 - Released - June 3, 1988

This was an early commercial instance of Card Solitaire. There are 8 different solitaire games, including Klondike, Calculation, and Three Shuffles and a Draw. You can also play "Aunt Anne's Tour" where you play all 8 in row, trying for the highest combined score, and 3 children's games. In addition, there are 10 different choices for deck art.

Steepia

Steepia

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - 1993

An original card game, a visual puzzle game and a physical pendulum puzzle rolled into one. Players can tackle hundreds of puzzles individually or in a sequential "Pilgrimage" where their progress is rewarded with zen koans.

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