A new version of Pretty Good Solitaire for Windows is available!
Version 15.20.1 is a maintenance release that fixes or improves a few things:
1) Version 15.20.1 fixes a long standing bug in Penguin and a couple of other related games that affected a small number of users.
2) Version 15.20.1 makes some improvements in the look and feel of the game for Windows 10. In particular, it changes the default main menu colors to look similar to what the default colors were back in the Windows XP era. It will not change the colors for anyone who has changed the menu colors by clicking on the Options button, Main Menu area, it only changes the defaults for people who have not changed the colors or for new installations.
You can download Pretty Good Solitaire from https://www.goodsol.com/download.html . Or, if you have a previous version installed, you can run the game, go to the Internet menu, and select "Download Latest Version". Be sure to exit the game before you install.
Version 15.20.1 is a free upgrade for users who originally ordered version 13 (ordered since April 12, 2011) or have paid for an upgrade since that time. It is not a free upgrade for users who originally ordered version 12 or below. Users of older versions can upgrade for $11.95 at https://www.goodsol.com/upgrade.html
If you have lost your code and need to type it in again, you can request that your registration code be sent to you again from https://www.goodsol.com/regusers.html https://www.goodsol.com/regusers.html . Note that you should only need to type in a code again when installing on a new machine or after a Windows upgrade or reinstall.
Pretty Good Solitaire is US$24.95 for immediate electronic delivery.
If you want an additional CD, there is an option to add $9.95 shipping.
You can order online from https://www.goodsol.com/order.html . In addition to installing the basic game, the CD also installs all of the currently available extra card sets.
Apple recently released iOS 9, the latest version of the operating system for iPhones and iPads. For most people, our games worked fine on iOS 9. Unfortunately, there is a bug in iOS 9 that only affects our games on 4th generation iPads (they work fine on earlier iPads like the iPad 1, 2, or 3, and they work fine on later iPads such as the iPad Air).
It took a while for us to figure out exactly what was happening with the games on these iPads and to find a way around the problem. We have submitted an update to Pretty Good Solitaire for iPad and it is now waiting to be approved by Apple. Look for updates for all 5 of our iPad apps to appear in the App Store over the next week, starting with Pretty Good Solitaire and then the other apps will follow.
All of the games in Pretty Good Solitaire and our other apps have online top scores lists. You can see the lists for each game by going to https://scores.goodsol.com . Or you can see the list for a particular game (such as Klondike) by going into that game in Pretty Good Solitaire, go to the Internet menu, and select "Top Scores for Klondike" at the top of the menu.
If you have played a game 50 or more times, you can get listed on the top scores site yourself. Just go into the particular game, click on the Statistics button, then click on the "Submit this game's statistics online" button. Submit your statistics and they will appear on the list.
At the moment more than 83 million games have been submitted to the site. Even with all those game results, only a very small number of Pretty Good Solitaire players ever submit their results, so submit your statistics today!