The first game from Red Mercury,
LLC, AcidFreecell is an absolute winner. Once you
get the hang of this game, it is an extremely
addictive diversion from any, and everything.
Basically, AcidFreecell is an advanced version of
solitaire to go. You can�t carry a pack of cards with
you on the bus and spread them out on the floor, but
you can take your Visor out of your pocket and play
AcidFreecell. Where solitaire can get boring, this
game does not. In fact, while some of the strategies
you employ in solitaire are useful, AcidFreecell
requires an additional set of instincts and wit. If
you like solitaire, you will love AcidFreecell.
An amazing stat engine provides a wealth of
information including minutes played today, total
minutes and "best slack day" which translates to most
continuous minutes played during a point of time. It
also calculates your winning and losing streaks as
well as win percentage. You can also search for all
cards of a particular suit. To find a particular card,
say the four of diamonds, you would draw a four in
the graffiti area and all of the fours would
highlight. This game even has fireworks when you win!
The game comes with good documentation available via
the options menu. Gameplay is quick and I have
experienced no glitches. The only drawback to the game
is, you cannot tell what color cards are beyond the
card on the top of the pile. This makes some of the
game guesswork, but overall does not affect gameplay
The nice thing about this game is you can play when
you get time. Whether its waiting for an elevator,
riding the bus to school, or during a lunch break, you
have instant access to your current game and can take
as much time as you need to finish it. Perhaps if Red
Mercury comes out with another version of
AcidFreecell, there would be a time limit option for
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