Goodsol Newsletter #277 -- http://www.goodsol.com
PRETTY GOOD SOLITAIRE v17.0 with 940 GAMES
A new version of Pretty Good Solitaire for Windows is now available!
Version 17.0 is available for download from http://www.goodsol.com/download.html
Here is what is new:
-- Version 17.0 contains 10 new games, bringing the total number of games to 940.
-- Various small bug fixes, help file typo fixes, and improvements.
You can download Pretty Good Solitaire version 17.0 from http://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.
Pretty Good Solitaire version 17.0 is a free update for those who originally ordered version 14 or later (ordered after February 9, 2013) or those who paid for an upgrade since that time. However, it is not a free upgrade for those who originally ordered version 13 or earlier.
If you registration code begins with "43", "46", "2g", "2d", or "2a", version 17 is a free update. Otherwise, it is not. If your registration code starts with "42" or "2r", version 15 was a free upgrade but version 17 is not. If your code worked in version 16, it works in 17.0.
Full details on upgrading are at http://www.goodsol.com/upgrade.html. Upgrades are still only US$11.95 and are vital to keep us going to make Pretty Good Solitaire better. Note that we always keep some older versions available at http://www.goodsol.com/downloadpre.html for those who prefer not to upgrade.
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 http://www.goodsol.com/regusers.html.
Pretty Good Solitaire version 17.0 is US$24.95 for immediate electronic delivery. If you want an additional CD, there is an option to add $9.95 shipping for a CD. In addition to installing the basic game, the CD also installs all of the currently available extra card sets.
You can order online from http://www.goodsol.com/order.html using major credit cards, PayPal, or Amazon payments.
The 10 new games are:
- Bandit - a variation of Maria with 3 waste piles.
- Bloody Mary - a harder version of the popular game Lady Jane.
- Caramel - a variation of Geoffrey.
- Constellation - an easier variation of the game Zodiac.
- Double Spidike - a two deck version of the game Spidike.
- Monarch - a harder version of the game Queenie.
- Pizzica - a harder version of the game Tarantella.
- Spiderette One Suit - the game Spiderette with only Spades.
- Spiderette Two Suits - the game Spiderette with only Spades and Hearts.
- Three's a Crowd - a harder version of the game Three's Company.
I've been busy making videos about how to play individual games. Each videos goes step by step through a game showing how to play. Each video is usually 3 or 4 minutes long (some are a bit longer). The first videos available are:
How to Play Kings in the Corners Solitaire
How to Play Australian Patience Solitaire
How to Play Eight Off Solitaire
How to Play FreeCell Solitaire
How to Play Spider Solitaire
How to Play Alaska Solitaire
I'm working on more videos, so watch the blog at blog.goodsol.com for when new videos are available.
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