2-in-1 Solitaire (DSiWare)

Game Profile

2-in-1 Solitaire features two of the most popular versions of the world-famous card game – Spider and Klondike – with simple Touch Screen controls.

In Spider, the aim is to arrange cards in piles of a single suit from King down to Ace, thereby removing the pile from play. When all cards are removed, you win the game.

The goal of Klondike is to arrange cards from Ace to King in piles, one for each suit, on the four foundations. You win when all cards have been moved to the foundations.

Various difficulty levels are available for Spider and Klondike, allowing beginners or experts to enjoy the game at their own pace.

Game Review


Europe PAL Version

Posted by James Newton

Like a deck of cards, only smaller...

As you'd expect from a 200 point version of Solitaire, you're not exactly going to be blown away by all the options on offer here. You've got Spider and Klondike versions of the card game, and they both have two initial difficulty settings to choose from,...

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User Comments (33)



Terra said:

In all fairness, who's gonna buy this? Everyone has this on their computer, so this isn't going to sell well at all.



Wiiloveit said:

I am a real Solitaire addict, so (even though I have 42ATC / Clubhouse Games) I'll certainly be adding this to my DSi menu at just 200 points.



WiiGuy said:

(it says Wii points up there )

for 2 bucks this might be something to buy!




We love Solitaire......and the portability on the DSi may have convinced me as I can see us getting a fair amount of playing time out of it. 200 points isn't bad, but really it should be free as many ppl's pc's and moby's have this game!



geek-master said:

ill by it if they just get the cats off >:{} the playing cards and replace it with nintendo fan stuff like marios hat 1up mysterie block



chr1sbean said:

No this is just wrong, I know 200 points is only £1.40 but still this should really be a free application!

If there was a few free applications like this then it would encourage more people to shell out for the DSi!! Do they not realise we are in the middle (or start!!) of a recession!



IAmNotWill said:

Should be free. Or they should add alot of content on it. Otherwise no one will give it a purchase.



Gogata said:

I really agree that Nintendo needs to give away some applications like this one, for free!



Darknyht said:

It looks like Spider Solitare is the second mode shown. They seemed to be playing the single suit version,



Pastry said:

Since it includes Spider Solitaire, I would gladly pay 500 points for this!



Cheezy said:

Yeah, most have this on their computers, but this is portable. Not bad for 200, I'm buying it.




Is this a stripped down version of the actual solitare ds retail game? Then again, I suppose that's besides the point eh.



TheEmulationZones said:

Mmm since i can play solitair on my computer, i don't think ill need one
I saw the logo of it and its a black cat ! 0.0



TheEmulationZones said:

Mmm since i can play solitair on my computer, i don't think ill need one
I saw the logo of it and its a black cat ! 0.0



Grumble said:

OK... this didn't come out today 9/29... when is this coming to North America dsiware? Can anyone confirm or deny a date or possible quarter/year release timeframe?




Kenji510 said:

Well it looks like we got the final date for this game... its coming out next yr on Jan 11th 2010.. cant wait.

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