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Old 08-06-2009   #1
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Solitaire for Mac

So I've downloaded and then deleted about a million versions of Solitaire for the MC, either because they've had limited run times, or they were just crap. Does anyone know of a good one? I've like the different kinds of solitaire (spider, klondike, etc) with game and rules options. Oh, and free. Anything?
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Re: Solitaire for Mac

Here's some freeware:

http://www.lavacat.com/
http://www.apple.com/downloads/dashb...solitaire.html (for the dashboard)

I just did a cursory look, but now I'm going to waste spend some time playing the lavacat version.
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Re: Solitaire for Mac

Wait, what? It doesn't come with a solitaire game? What kind of OS is this "mac" you talk of. Must be for muppets! :P
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