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Solitaire Lovers Love Unique Game Variations

BVS Development Corporation has released BVS Solitaire Collection 5.5 with 395 multi-featured, very different solitaire card games to play. You'll be able to learn solitaires not found elsewhere: Topsy-Turvy Queens, Twelve Sleeping Maids, Steeplechase, Braid and many others.

It also includes all of the most popular solitaire card games such as Spider, Freecell, Klondike, Golf, Bisley, Carpet, Forty Thieves, Monte Carlo, Russian Solitaire, Flower Garden, Golf, Cruel, Accordion, Pyramid...

The "Options/Modify Rules" command provides you with the ability to customize rules of almost any of the included games. You can change, for example, number of redeals, tableau/foundation building direction etc.

With a wide choice of statistical and scoring screens, you can track your performance and progress and even publish your personal statistics on the BVS Solitaire Collection web site to appear in the top scores list.

Registered users can also download the BVS Solitaire Plus Pack which adds 7 card sets, 70 backgrounds and 30 card backs.

If you're tired of Klondike, check out BVS Solitaire Collection. Even if you've played a lot of solitaire, these games will definitely be new to you.

System Requirements

BVS Solitaire Collection 5.5 is available for PC computers running Windows 95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP. System requirements include: Pentium 233 CPU, 16MB of RAM, 6MB HD space, sound card, and 1 MB video card.

BVS Solitaire Collection costs $19.95(US) and is available from BVS Development Corporation, 9962 Brook Rd, #141,Glen Allen, VA 23059-6501. Fax: (503) 905-1296. Email: mail@bvssolitaire.com. You can download a fully-functional trial copy of BVS Solitaire Collection 5.5 from http://www.bvssolitaire.com/


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