Gaming Website Review: Solitaire.org

Among the solitaire games, following are the ones I liked the most (and spent 2 days and nights playing continuously!) The game website that I am talking about is Solitaire.org.

Solitaire.org is a mind-blowing online gaming website with tons and tons of card games, word puzzles, mahjong and hidden object games. This is a golden website for anyone who loves playing these kind of games.

The best thing about this website is that it loads very easily and does not crash AT ALL! So you can play on it as long as you want without the irritating crash ruining your games.

Klondike (Classic Solitaire) – A pretty good game, with the classic set up and the options of playing with 3 cards or 1 card for drawing.

Freecell – Freecell is also good (and really tricky), but I think that the interface could be a little better.

Wordoku – I am a huge sucker for Sudoku and guess what, this website has Wordoku! It has 4 levels – Easy, Medium, Hard & Expert. There can be nothing better than Wordoku for a writer! I am so addicted to this game. So far I have cleared 4 days of Wordoku puzzles (it is a daily puzzle – so 1 puzzle each day.) I of course played them all in just one day – so yeah, you have the option of picking up dates and the puzzle for that day!

I am so hooked to playing these games that now I am playing them daily, especially the daily Wordoku. Solitaire (Klondike) has become my go-to game whenever I need to take a break from reading or writing.

I would highly recommend this gaming website to everyone who likes playing online games.

If you do check out the games then don’t forget to share your experience in the comments below. I’d love to hear from you!

Ciao.

Online Gaming: Then (1990’s) and Now (2021)

I remember the time when I was a kid stuck to playing only with my video game console (Nintendo) but my elder cousins, the “cooler” ones at least, playing games on their new computer sets. Yes, I belong to the era when computers just made their big appearance. And whenever I’d tell them to move away from he screens because even I wanted to play their online games, which was only fair as they always played on my console ALL THE TIME! They’d be very, very reluctant. And I soon found out why.

My first online game was of course, Mario bros. Initially I had some problem getting used tot he arrow keys and the chunky spacebar instead of my remote control, but pretty soon I got the hang of it. My next favourite, and something that I still love, was Tetris.

Since then the gaming world has evolved so much that even a sci-fi book couldn’t have predicted. And the consoling system changed entirely because of the entrance of Sony’s Play Stations, something I own myself (PS4) and X-Boxes. But through all this evolution, something else evolved too – online gaming, yet at the same time, somehow miraculously it offers the grace and the nostalgia that keeps me turning back to them again and again.

Thankfully, even today, Tetris is one game (among many others like Contra and Tank) that I can still play with the simplicity of the 1990’s.

This is one of the places I get my fix of online games these days: Plays.org

If you also love online gaming, then do share your views and platforms of your preference in the comments section below.