Video Games I’m Thankful For (Part 16)

Continuing the PC trend from yesterday, I bring it back to a very old school game. This game, though simple, was a very engaging single-player endeavour. What game am I talking about – find out below: 
Microsoft Solitaire

The simplicity is exactly why I, along with every other person in existence, would play this with any sign of boredom. Stuck to find a move? Just reset it. Annoyed by the game? Change the gameplay. This wasn’t an inconvenience primarily because all the games, regardless if you won or lost, would be very quick.

The best part? Right when you finish and the cards shoot out at you! You know exactly what I’m talking about. During free time in elementary school, if someone was about to beat the game, we would all huddle around and see the action. Those were some exciting times for 7 year olds at the time.

What games are you thankful for? What games have a special spot in your heart?

Come back tomorrow for the next game of the series!


For previous parts of the series, see below:


Follow Harry Loizides, a Senior Editor, through his life of video games, obstacle races, and other adventures with Instagram, Twitter, and IGN

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