by marty schultz
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Description Blindfold Solitaire
Blindfold Games are entertainment apps provided as a service to the visually impaired community by Objective Ed. Your in-app upgrades pay for the development and support of these games.
Solitaire is a fully accessible Solitaire card game for both sighted and visually impaired people, designed for rapid audio play.
Solitaire includes Klondike 3, the typical game of solitaire where you build all four suits from ace to king in separate piles, and 28 cards are dealt into seven piles on the tableau, where the first pile contains 1 card, the second pile has two cards with only the top card showing, the third pile has 3 cards with only the top card showing and so on. Each time you draw from the deck, you get 3 more cards.
The cards are not visible; instead, you play by listening. You can flick left or right, or up or down, to hear the cards. You move a card from one pile to another by tapping on the screen twice to start the move, and then tapping twice again to complete the move. A complete guide to the gestures is included in the help.
Solitaire tells you if a card can be moved to the foundation piles, and can be set to move the cards automatically. You can customize the game to your liking: how much extra information is spoken and how quickly it is spoken.
There is a STARTER PACK in-app upgrade that unlocks all settings features, and gives you a second Solitaire game: Klondike 1 (where you get 1 card at a time instead of 3 cards at a time), an in-app upgrade for several variants of Spider Solitaire, an in-app upgrade for several variants of Free Cell, an in-app upgrade for several variants of Golf Solitaire, and an in-app upgrade for several variants of Addition Solitaire, and another in-app upgrade for 6 more difficult variants of Free Cell. We'll be adding more Solitaire games as in-app upgrades.
What's new in Version 2.5.3
Minor bug fixes
Screenshots Blindfold Solitaire