Saturday, 23 October 2010


In this solitaire game, the stakes get higher as you compete with three computer players to see who can rid themselves of their Grump pile first. This becomes more difficult as you progress because you all share the same base. The faster you move the more points you score. This is fast paced competition, this is Grump!

  • Beautiful Full Screen Display
  • Immersive Sound Effects
  • Multiple Exciting Game Modes
  • Unlimited Play
  • Whimsical Music
System Requirements Processor: Pentium 200 MHz
Memory: 32 MB
Operating System:
Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP 


Super Gamehouse

Solitaire lovers alert! GameHouse has done it again. Super GameHouse Solitaire Volume 2 is packed with 10 new games including the favorite 21 Blitz and 2-deck games like Spider Solitaire and Propeller.

You can also save your games in progress and track your win/loss ratio with every game. If you love Solitaire, you'll go crazy for the latest addition to GameHouse's line of great Solitaire games.
  • 10 different versions of Solitaire to choose from
  • Change your background colors
  • Play full screen
  • Rich graphics
  • Save your progress
  • Select from 5 different music tracks
  • Unlimited undo
  • System Requirements Processor: Pentium 200 MHz
    Memory: 32 MB
    Disk: 22 MB
    Operating System:
    Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP 
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Monday, 18 October 2010


Addit offers four solitaire games of the Addition type. The object is to remove all cards from the screen in groups and discard them. The groups must be specified face cards, or cards that make up a specified total. Aces count as one, and where they have numerical value, the jacks count 11, queens 12 and kings 13. Spaces in the tableau are filled from the deck. The game is won if all cards are discarded. 
To remove a group of cards, choose the first by clicking on it using the left mouse button. The colors of the card will change indicating it is one of a group being selected for removal. Then simply choose the other cards in a similar manner.

If the choice doesn't follow the rules specified for the game being played, you will hear a Beep, indicating the choice is invalid and, if Messages are opted for, a dialog box will appear to inform you of that fact.

To "de-select" a card, click on the card a second time and its colors will return to normal to indicate it is no longer being considered for removal.
If an error is made when selecting cards for removal a warning Beep is sounded. By default, this is followed by a dialog box which provides a reminder of the specific rule which was violated.

You may eliminate the appearance of the dialog box by first choosing the Game menu item from the Addit Menu bar followed by the Message menu item.
Distributive size: 60K Windows-95,98,ME,2000,XP,NT


Use strategy and the luck of the draw to build your own Castle of Cards! You can progress through exciting levels or just play for fun in practice mode.

With five unique decks to choose from, you can customize the game to your own liking. But watch out for the Joker! He will wipe out your progress with a single turn of the deck!

A colorful and entertaining game with great cartoon-style graphics.

System Requirements Processor: Pentium III 500 MHz
Memory: 128 MB
Operating System:
Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP