SolSuite 2017 v17.9 for Windows

by TreeCardGames.com

Avg. Rating 4.2 (210 votes)

File Details

File Size 25.2 MB
License Shareware, $19.95
Operating System Windows 7/8/10/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 15,953
Publisher TreeCardGames.com
Homepage SolSuite 2017

Publisher's Description

SolSuite is a high-quality collection of 500 solitaire games. All your favorite games are implemented: Spider, Klondike, FreeCell, Pyramid, Golf, Busy Aces, Canfield, Forty Thieves, Four Seasons, Carpet, Flower Garden, Rouge et Noir, Monte Carlo and original solitaires that you cannot find elsewhere.

Latest Reviews

TomA102210

TomA102210 reviewed v14.4 on Apr 11, 2014

@gsteele, we know that you and everyone else can get Solitaire games for free. Probably everyone visiting this message board knows that as well. So, a question I have for you is, why are you telling us this? Are you trying to be a spoil sport? Surely you can rate something based on the program itself rather than if it's free or not. Your one star is not a valid rating based on what you say and simply so because you didn't rate the program for any reason than if it's free or not.
The program looks good to me. I gave it a four because many of the Solitaire games are repeats of the same program with perhaps a diferent card display. but the game is the same.

As for the games, I have the one free Solitaire game on my Windows PC that's good enough for me.

And one more time, gsteele. Go some place else and troll. File Forum is a reputable site for reputable individuals to report objectively on and rate programs, not to b**** and moan about something based on whether it's free or not.

gsteele

gsteele reviewed v13.3 on Mar 26, 2013

$19.95 for something that I can get as freeware

rhoadesb

rhoadesb reviewed v10.1 on Jan 22, 2010

SolSuite is great if you like solitaire.

One minor complaint I have is that while the updates are free for a time, they are a hassle to configure.

I would advise trying "123 Free Solitaire" first, (a free cut down version of SolSuite). It gives you a flavor of SolSuite, and is free. Maybe that's all you will want.

zridling

zridling reviewed v8.7 on Jul 15, 2008

Very happy to see that they've cleaned up their activation problems to a large extent.

Carlospr

Carlospr reviewed v8.6 on Jul 11, 2008

The best solitaire suite. Great interface and options. You can easily synchronize personal data from one PC to another and keep one single statistics (just a matter of copy some files).

Their FAQ states clearly that you have 1 year of updates but you may need to activate the software again.

The price is also fair.

No problems so far with my two licenses of this game.

zridling

zridling reviewed v8.6 on Jun 19, 2008

Buy one copy and be done with this con-artist of a company. Seriously, they can't change the fundamental rules of most games; instead, it seems they just make up new geometric versions of the same over and over. "Too much trouble" is what it should be named.

marksapp

marksapp reviewed v8.3 on Apr 3, 2008

I have never seen a software company that asks for $20.00 to constantly 'upgrade' little changes to a program. It looks as if the company is making you beholden to there lifestyle with constant upgrades.

The web site asks for emails for each addition, like the image packs; to ask a question; to be a pain in the ass.

I am done with this company, regardless of what improvements were ever made to the game. Excellent game, just sucky business practice.

billweh

billweh reviewed v8.0 on Dec 11, 2007

I think the graphics and play are fantastic - I've been using this program since version 7, but I have to say that their upgrade policy is the pitts.

I just upgraded to version 2007 on the 25th of September this year and their site says if you purchased/upgraded on or after the 9th of December - then you get the upgrade for free.

*** UPDATE****
Good news - I contacted their support and gave them my serial number - they have allowed me to upgrade to the new version free of charge. Maybe their site just isn't correct? I can't read apparently - it says if you purchase on or after Dec 9 2006.

Glad to see that's the case - renews my confidence in them. :)

zridling

zridling reviewed v7.11 on Nov 13, 2007

Never seen a company that didn't want you to upgrade. Now they're back to a 48-hour minimum wait to obtain a code to run each version update. After you input the new code, you're asked to input old codes, along with your name (again). That makes 3 registrations and 3 activation codes for each upgrade now. This is crazy stupid.

If you're looking for the graphics pack, it's no longer linked on their site, even though they advertise it on the site (idiots). To obtain the latest graphics pack, you must go through the aggravation of multiple activations just like before. Here's the link to get started on wasting your time, and waiting another 48 hours.

Also, the program could use some UI polish. This version doesn't remember its own toolbar settings. Ugh.

SeekingFreedom

SeekingFreedom reviewed v7.9 on Aug 18, 2007

First off, this is not version 7.9 as that has not been released yet. This site has that messed up. This is once again 7.8 released August 10, 2007. If I was rating this site for this program, I would give it a half star for mislabeling. Otherwise, I love solsuite. I've enjoyed playing the games. It's worth the price.

Avg. Rating 4.2 (210 votes)
Your Rating
TomA102210

TomA102210 reviewed v14.4 on Apr 11, 2014

@gsteele, we know that you and everyone else can get Solitaire games for free. Probably everyone visiting this message board knows that as well. So, a question I have for you is, why are you telling us this? Are you trying to be a spoil sport? Surely you can rate something based on the program itself rather than if it's free or not. Your one star is not a valid rating based on what you say and simply so because you didn't rate the program for any reason than if it's free or not.
The program looks good to me. I gave it a four because many of the Solitaire games are repeats of the same program with perhaps a diferent card display. but the game is the same.

As for the games, I have the one free Solitaire game on my Windows PC that's good enough for me.

And one more time, gsteele. Go some place else and troll. File Forum is a reputable site for reputable individuals to report objectively on and rate programs, not to b**** and moan about something based on whether it's free or not.

gsteele

gsteele reviewed v13.3 on Mar 26, 2013

$19.95 for something that I can get as freeware

rhoadesb

rhoadesb reviewed v10.1 on Jan 22, 2010

SolSuite is great if you like solitaire.

One minor complaint I have is that while the updates are free for a time, they are a hassle to configure.

I would advise trying "123 Free Solitaire" first, (a free cut down version of SolSuite). It gives you a flavor of SolSuite, and is free. Maybe that's all you will want.

zridling

zridling reviewed v8.7 on Jul 15, 2008

Very happy to see that they've cleaned up their activation problems to a large extent.

Carlospr

Carlospr reviewed v8.6 on Jul 11, 2008

The best solitaire suite. Great interface and options. You can easily synchronize personal data from one PC to another and keep one single statistics (just a matter of copy some files).

Their FAQ states clearly that you have 1 year of updates but you may need to activate the software again.

The price is also fair.

No problems so far with my two licenses of this game.

zridling

zridling reviewed v8.6 on Jun 19, 2008

Buy one copy and be done with this con-artist of a company. Seriously, they can't change the fundamental rules of most games; instead, it seems they just make up new geometric versions of the same over and over. "Too much trouble" is what it should be named.

marksapp

marksapp reviewed v8.3 on Apr 3, 2008

I have never seen a software company that asks for $20.00 to constantly 'upgrade' little changes to a program. It looks as if the company is making you beholden to there lifestyle with constant upgrades.

The web site asks for emails for each addition, like the image packs; to ask a question; to be a pain in the ass.

I am done with this company, regardless of what improvements were ever made to the game. Excellent game, just sucky business practice.

billweh

billweh reviewed v8.0 on Dec 11, 2007

I think the graphics and play are fantastic - I've been using this program since version 7, but I have to say that their upgrade policy is the pitts.

I just upgraded to version 2007 on the 25th of September this year and their site says if you purchased/upgraded on or after the 9th of December - then you get the upgrade for free.

*** UPDATE****
Good news - I contacted their support and gave them my serial number - they have allowed me to upgrade to the new version free of charge. Maybe their site just isn't correct? I can't read apparently - it says if you purchase on or after Dec 9 2006.

Glad to see that's the case - renews my confidence in them. :)

zridling

zridling reviewed v7.11 on Nov 13, 2007

Never seen a company that didn't want you to upgrade. Now they're back to a 48-hour minimum wait to obtain a code to run each version update. After you input the new code, you're asked to input old codes, along with your name (again). That makes 3 registrations and 3 activation codes for each upgrade now. This is crazy stupid.

If you're looking for the graphics pack, it's no longer linked on their site, even though they advertise it on the site (idiots). To obtain the latest graphics pack, you must go through the aggravation of multiple activations just like before. Here's the link to get started on wasting your time, and waiting another 48 hours.

Also, the program could use some UI polish. This version doesn't remember its own toolbar settings. Ugh.

SeekingFreedom

SeekingFreedom reviewed v7.9 on Aug 18, 2007

First off, this is not version 7.9 as that has not been released yet. This site has that messed up. This is once again 7.8 released August 10, 2007. If I was rating this site for this program, I would give it a half star for mislabeling. Otherwise, I love solsuite. I've enjoyed playing the games. It's worth the price.

zridling

zridling reviewed v7.9 on Aug 17, 2007

Great program, but they're really only passing off monthly updates as significant upgrades.

Nigma

Nigma reviewed v7.9 on Aug 17, 2007

7.9? Really? In anyway, Solsuite is the best.

zridling

zridling reviewed v7.6 on Jun 26, 2007

Cool program, but these jerks still make you beg for a new activation code for every update, which comes 48 hours later. That "update page" is also buried behind five layers and two "Purchase Upgrade!" pages on the site. Once you get there, then you have to submit a form and wait... wait... wait. The "upgrade" page the program sends you to asks you to repurchase the program, not to upgrade or update it for free as you purchased. In fact, the button for "updating" the program wants to charge you $11.95, even though it says right there you're entitled to a free update.

What a Cleveland steamer that crap is. Gets a 1 for hassling the PAYING customer. Piracy is much less trouble, and this kind of behavior only paves the way.

zridling

zridling reviewed v7.5 on May 22, 2007

At this rate of updates, they will burn through version 7 in about 8-9 months. Whoa.

zridling

zridling reviewed v7.4 on Apr 16, 2007

Updating this app would be a lot better if it didn't require you to obtain — as in beg for — a new license key with every minor update. That crap strongly encourages piracy, folks. Otherwise, it's incredible.

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