We have all been there, sitting around on our first computer, maybe even the first time on a computer, poking around when all of a sudden you find the “games” area. Once of the most common, and popular, is Solitaire. Such a simple card game and very easy to learn, especially on the computer. How many variations could their possibly be of this game? You can add neat graphics, cool sounds, different themes, but all-in-all the game stays very basic. If you are in love with the game and are a current Nintendo 3DS owner, you might have to sit down for this! Zen Studios announced this week they plan to release the 3D Solitaire game for the Nintendo 3DS gaming system. That’s right, now you will be able to enjoy your favorite game, in 3D, anytime you want with your nifty portable gaming system.
The game, which is coming to the Nintendo eShop on August 2nd, will feature 3 awesome 3D environments to play on and features “easy pick-up-and-play action”. Now you can play the game with a 3D fish tank setting in the background, if that is your thing of course. The game overview according to Nintendo goes a little something like this, “3D Solitaire for the Nintendo 3DS brings the classic game of Solitaire to beautiful stereoscopic 3D environments. 3D Solitaire stacks the deck in three beautiful 3D environments! Players can unlock a user photo mode allowing them to use their own pictures as backgrounds for the game for a more customized look. 3D Solitaire can be played on the top screen in brilliant 3D or on the touch screen with the stylus for a more hands-on approach. Unlock rewards and play in two different modes for a fun solitaire experience fit for all ages and skill levels.”
The game is not just for children either as some of the environments are adult themed so make sure you have some strict parental controls on the game so your little one isn’t playing Solitaire at the Playboy Mansion (if that is a theme). Don’t forget that you get all of this and some of the original features as well, four suits and 52 cards to play with 🙂