Game #1717
Difficulty: Easy
Time: 0:00
Moves: 0
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Game #1717, Generated on December 30, 2010

Played a total of 2349 times by 314 registered members. Finished by 295 users who rated the difficulty as easy.

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Welcome Andy......

Welcome, Andy! Hope you enjoy playing Solitaire here with us! Stick around ~ There's a lot to learn! It's challenging, frustrating, and fun all at the same time! smile (Everyone's welcome to call me Susan!)

it was fun and a little difficult.

Donna, do you know how AVG-Free Anti-Virus rates? Sounds like it's not as good as the one you're suggesting. But that's what I have on my computer currently (figured it was better than nothing since I don't have a lot of extra money right now).

Whew, you're not going to keep me up late tonight.

this is a great free antivirus. I use the full version and I am pleased with it and it is the highest rated free version. Avast;1

Hi Susan, I go all over to get my gifs but with this program on your computer, it blocks bad sites so you can't get hit with a virus. There is one option that is a free download and if you like it you can buy the full version. Sleep tight..sweet dreams.

Thanks, Donna! Yes, it's a darling kitten, isn't it? That's an avatar that I downloaded before I got a virus from downloading another one. Now I'm really afraid to go on those websites. Are there certain websites that you think are safe and that you haven't had a problem with? As for doing a jigsaw puzzle, if you don't get a 1,000- or 2,000-piece puzzle, you really don't need a lot of room. You can get a piece of foamboard (preferably white) from the store (maybe 20"x30") which would be big enough for a 500-piece puzzle and maybe even for 1,000 pieces. You can work with that board right on your lap or on the kitchen table or coffee table. I don't have a lot of room, either. (My cousin had a pool table and other side tables that he would use to lay out a 1,000- or 2,000-piece puzzle!) I use a number of lids (upside-down) from other puzzles to sort out the pieces, for example, all of the red pieces for the red barn or all of the "side" pieces which make up the frame, blue with white from the clouds, etc. You could also use trays from the kitchen or TV trays or pieces of sturdy cardboard that are level to lay out pieces for different sections. Then you can put the pieces of whatever section you want to work on in the middle of the foamboard. It might not be as efficient as being able to lay out every single piece so you can see them all at once, but that's the way I've worked on jigsaw puzzles for years! Hope it makes sense and hope you give it a try! Get a pretty landscape or snow scene or something appealing to you. It's a thoughtful and quiet but challenging way to pass the time. smile

I would love to do a jigsaw...but no room to put one around here. I love your new avatar Susan. smile

DECarn, congratulations on your moving up in the rankings! smile How many pieces in your puzzle? What's it a picture of? Drawn or a photograph? I have a small puzzle put out by the Audubon Society that's a beautiful close-up of a blue bird on a branch. I only finished the frame and haven't been able to devote more time to it. Good luck with yours! smile

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2023-02-13 10:19:09

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[quote]Happy Christmas, we updated game script for using on mobile devices, and also we have updating card cover! [/quote] ...

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Scores and rankings

Any estimate as to when the scoring/ranking will be operational? I miss it. ...

2015-12-03 20:34:00

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