Any tabletop game that a player may play alone, generally with cards but occasionally with dominoes, is referred to as solitaire. The name “solitaire” is also applied to solitary games of skill and concentration played with a predetermined configuration of tiles, pegs, or stones. Peg solitaire and Mahjong solitaire are two examples of these games. The game may be played with several but is often played by one person.
The history of Card Solitaire or Patience is obscure, however the game first appears in northern Europe and Scandinavia in the late 1700s. In the German book Das new Königliche L’Hombre-Spiel, which was published in 1788, the phrase “patiencespiel” occurs. In the early 1800s, there were other reports of books appearing in Sweden and Russia. French literature makes further mentions of patience. Patience: A Series of Thirty Card Games, written by Ednah Cheney, was the first card solitaire book to be published in the United States in 1870.
Google Solitaire is a game that can be found on many different websites. This game is free, and can be played for as long as the internet is available. The game can also be played on a computer or a mobile device.
The game is able to take up to 4Kbytes of storage, which means that it can store up to 4,000 solitaire games. Additionally, the game can use a web server to provide extra storage for games.
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