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The Best Solitaire Games for Android and iOS!

Brittany is a mobile gaming addict! Her favourite genres are simulation, casual, RPG, tycoon, fashion, adventure, puzzle, and city-builders.

Discover some of the best free solitaire games for Android and iOS devices!

Discover some of the best free solitaire games for Android and iOS devices!

Solitaire (or Patience) is one of the world's most popular card games for a reason. Whether you're playing Klondike, Spider, Tri Peaks, or Pyramid Solitaire, there are thousands of exciting variations, and no two games are ever the same.

But if you're bored with playing the traditional Microsoft Windows version of Solitaire and looking for more Solitaire games, this is the perfect list for you! Here are the best Solitaire games you can download on your Android or iOS device!

5 Great Solitaire Games

  1. Solitaire TriPeaks
  2. Solitaire Cooking Tower
  3. Age of Solitaire
  4. Solitaire Tower
  5. Solitaire: Decked Out
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1. Solitaire TriPeaks

What do you get when you mix a tropical island, an arcade/casino game, and solitaire? You get Solitaire TriPeaks!

This game is mix of Klondike/Spider/Pyramid and Classic Solitaire, but it also has some arcade elements to it, too. Beat the levels to gain coins, unlock help for harder levels, and more! Part of the fun is seeing the cute animations that greet you for each winning hand, and of course, working your way through the island with Tiki and his dog, Poi.

All images and videos courtesy of their respective game developers

All images and videos courtesy of their respective game developers

2. Solitaire Cooking Tower

Solitaire Cooking Tower combines solitaire and a restaurant game into one! This cute game allows you to play solitaire in order to unlock levels of a tower filled with restaurants—everything from hot dogs to tacos and pizza! Each time you make moves, you gain points to unlock new menu items for the restaurants, and winning a game gives you a major boost in points so that you can unlock a new level in the tower/restaurant.

You can also collect and play with different card decks, if you're bored with the traditional ones!

Age of Solitaire

Age of Solitaire

3. Age of Solitaire

Age of Solitaire is a pretty interesting game. While the card play is traditional Klondike, this time, making correct moves and winning leads you to the opportunity to build up a city.

Start in the Stone Age, and then work your way up to big, bustling cities. The artwork is super cute and detailed and it's pretty fun to see what next part of your city you'll unlock before completing it and moving on to a new era.

Solitaire Tower

Solitaire Tower

4. Solitaire Tower

Solitaire Tower is another tower-building solitaire game, but this one is a bit different from Cooking Tower. In this game, you play solitaire and build up an apartment building, unlocking new levels/apartments, as well as unique pieces of furniture for the rooms.

I really like this game and was super hooked on it for a while! It's addicting to see how many levels of the tower you can get to (by completing rounds of solitaire) before losing a game and having to drop down the tower again. There's also a multiplayer aspect and a weekly score chart so you can get super competitive too. The art design really reminds me of another of my favourite tower games—Project Highrise—so that was another perk of this cute game for me!

Solitaire: Decked Out

Solitaire: Decked Out

5. Solitaire: Decked Out

Solitaire: Decked Out is more of a traditional Solitaire game, however, it's worth mentioning here and is a favourite of mine due to the seriously cute animated themes and decks you can collect by playing.

I'd say this is 50% Solitaire and 50% a collecting game, as you find yourself wanting to win in order to level up, see the adorable animations and new decks (including marching bands, hotdogs and penguins). The game also has NO ADS (rare for any free game) so you can play to heart's content without having to wait 30 seconds to watch a video on some other game you'll never want to play.

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