Download latest trial versionDetailed Revision History for Solitaire Plus! for Windows

Version 3.0 - Released May 5, 2010
  • New face card artwork.
  • New huge card size for modern large LCD displays.
  • Six new built-in card backs.
  • Updated help with more screenshots and example card builds.
  • No longer supports 256 color displays (16-bit or better color depth required).
Version 2.4.3 - Released April 8, 2008
  • Bug Fix: Fixed error in statistics recording for Canfield when "Skip All Confirms" is checked.

Version 2.4.2 - Released February 22, 2008

  • New "Skip All Confirms" option to bypass all confirmation dialogs in the game.
  • Improved statistics charts display (anti-aliased and shaded graphics).
  • Bug Fix: "EAccessViolation" error dialog no longer appears on game restart after selecting a card size too large for the current screen.

Version 2.4.1 - Released April 4, 2007

Version 2.4 - Released February 19, 2007

  • Support for Windows Vista™. Installer still requires Administrator privileges, but the game works correctly for Standard user accounts without security warnings.
  • Support for Limited User Accounts in XP.
  • Statistics now tracked separately for each user login for Windows 2000/XP/Vista.
  • New grace in Queen of Italy whereby the reserve cards are freed for use in the tableau when the stock and wastepile are exhausted.
  • The registration dialog has been updated to correctly handle extended characters in the registration name.
  • Card borders have been softened for a more realistic look in high-color cards.
  • Queen of Italy help file correction for the winnable game number reference.
  • Self-check code to discourage 3rd party tampering with executable for enhanced security.
  • Smart-dragging now always moves foundation base cards to a foundation as the first choice.
  • Bug fix: Smart-dragging issue with tableau cards fixed in Giza.
  • Bug fix: Redo speedbar button now functions in Double Klondike.
  • Bug fix: "Use Image Lists" option now functions without crashing the game (only recommended on older Win9x systems for troubleshooting slow drawing).

Version 2.3 - Released January 19, 2005

  • Improved shuffle algorithm to better randomize the deal of the cards.
    [NOTE: Deals in version 2.3 no longer match previous versions for the same deal number, with the exception of the first 32,000 deals in FreeCell which are unchanged.]
  • Autoplay option added to Spider by popular request.
  • Autoplay speed control added to Options dialog.
  • Overall Average Score of all played games added to Statistics dialog.
  • New Baker's Dozen tableau layout to fit smaller displays.
  • Various artwork changes including an updated program icon for XP.
  • The first one million deals in FreeCell now match the Microsoft FreeCell game provided with Windows XP.
  • Bug fix: Fixed more duplicate card problems in FlowerGarden when double-clicking in the Bouquet.
  • Bug fix: Fixed false match problem when Pyramid is empty.

Version 2.2 - Released June 20, 2003

  • Fix of memory leak problems with many video cards when using Windows XP.
  • Dragged cards are now opaque and include a drop shadow.
  • Fix of rare hang-up when dealing in Nestor.
  • Fix of problems when startup sound with [ ]'s in the filename is selected.

Version 2.13 - Released February 11, 2003

  • Bug fix: Fixed problem with duplicate cards sometimes being moved to foundation from Flower Garden's bouquet.
  • Can now pull cards from the foundations in Double Klondike (due to customer requests).
  • Card highlighting in Montana can now be enabled/disabled (via F6 key or Show Match menu item).
  • Enhanced compatibility with latest ATI and nVidia video card drivers.
  • Clarified the registration process in the help files and application interface.
Version 2.12 - Released June 2, 2002
  • Bug fix: Fixed issue with Select Game... dialog counting wins twice.
  • Bug fix: Baker's Game now properly records statistics for the small card size.
  • Bug fix: Pyramid Golf now correctly displays non-animated deals.
  • Minor layout issues corrected for Golf and Scorpion II with the small card size.
Version 2.11 - Released March 12, 2002
  • Fixed a problem with Montana scoring that was introduced in version 2.1.
Version 2.1 - Released March 10, 2002
  • Four new games: Baker's Dozen, Flower Garden, Giza, and Simple Simon (for 30 total games in 2.1).
  • Bouncing card animation no longer blocks "Congratulations" dialog on win.
  • Fixed problems with double-clicking Kings in Pyramid.
Version 2.0 - Released February 20, 2002
  • Six new games: Aces Up, Baker's Game, Eight Off, Nestor, Pyramid Golf, and Scorpion II (for 26 total games in 2.0).
  • Redo function in all games.
  • Control of the tableau card spacing.
  • New 3D pips option for the large card size.
  • "Bouncing card" animation on wins with optional "springy" sounds.
  • Support for a custom startup sound as specified by the user.
  • Last game type in play is optionally restored when the application is started.
  • Complete rewrite of and improvements in Pyramid.
  • New card highlighting feature in Montana to encourage more thoughtful game play.
  • Drawing speed improvements for Windows 2000/XP with complete support of XP themes.
Version 1.41 - Released November 7, 2001
  • Bug fix: A rare bug where incorrect cards were played to the foundation by the "smart dragging" or autoplay features is now corrected.
  • Bug fix: Inactive "New Game", "Restart", and "Autoplay" items in the Indian Patience toolbar are now active.
  • Minor help file edits.
  • New runtime compression tool selected for better compatibility with XP and to reduce size of distribution.
Version 1.4 - Released March 4, 2001
  • Four new games: Australian Patience, Double Scorpion, Double Yukon, and La Belle Lucie.
  • Easy/Medium/Challenging play options for Spider (similar to the Windows ME™ game).
  • Improved scoring rules for Spider and Scorpion (Aces no longer considered a standalone sequence and the bottom card of an in-suit build is not scored unless it is a King).
  • Optional speed/status bar at the bottom of each game window.
  • Shift key plus left mouse click to show any face-up, covered card.
  • Automatic compression of layout to keep all cards visible.
  • Tracking of highest non-winning score for all games.
  • Separate tracking of statistics for some variations of a game (such as one or three card draw in Klondike).
  • Optional HTML help in addition to the standard WinHelp.
  • Fix of a resource leak that caused crashes and "parameter incorrect" or "canvas does not allow drawing" errors on some computers.
Version 1.3 - Released January 21, 2001
  • Four new games: Canfield, Russian Solitaire, Scorpion, and Yukon.
  • Added value labels for foundation piles.
  • Improved discard pile action in Klondike games.
  • Fixed stalled autoplay bug with discard pile in Klondike games.
  • Fixed bug allowing match of rightmost wastepile with itself in Pyramid.
Version 1.2 - Released October 9, 2000
  • New card artwork options, including high-color small cards and aged appearance.
  • New game selection by number from 2 billion possible deals.
  • Individual control of sounds.
  • New optional sounds for "card up" and "card down" actions.
  • Can optionally enter keyboard shortcuts without the Ctrl key.
  • Image preview now available in card back and game background selection dialogs.
  • 100 new game backgrounds included courtesy of Helen Triantafillou.
  • New scoring rules in Spider (counts ordered cards in tableau).
  • Fixed bug in Spider where face down cards could be dragged.
  • PCX image support for card backs and game backgrounds has been removed.
  • Fixed problem with help file display when using "high-contrast" appearance preferences.
Version 1.1 - Released February 14, 2000
  • Improved card artwork using custom generated font for card pips.
  • Drawing speed improvements, especially for stock piles.
  • Support for 16 and 256 color displays.
  • Vegas scoring option for Klondike.
  • "Tips" panel on game start.
Version 1.03 - Released February 22, 1999
  • Two more games for a total of 12.
  • Smart-dragging feature that requires that cards only be nudged to move to a target pile.
  • Arbitrary two-color gradients and tiled bitmap background support.
  • Built-in sounds.
  • Much improved on-line help.
  • Scoring and single-user statistics.