Welcome to tonight’s instalment of “Game Ads For Dads”.
Donald Rumsfeld Solitaire is a quagmire. I’m sorry. I’m not trying to be clever; the overwhelming challenge in discussing Donald Rumsfeld Solitaire is to avoid being clever. The fact remains that even thinking about Donald Rumsfeld Solitaire is a quagmire. Playing it is worse.
A screenshot from the Windows 10 version of Solitaire, taken by my friend @Andrew_Cycle. He captions it: “Our dystopian society is even more nightmarish than any sci-fi author predicted.”
Computer and video games have been inspiring art for years now, but the group Skrekkogle has drawn from classic inspiration for their newest piece Solitaire Win.
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A Connecticut Democrat apologized profusely to his district's constituents after he was photographed playing computer solitaire inside
stately Wayne Manor the statehouse (pictured) while the state House Republican leader addressed the chamber on the budget.
According to a recent Slate piece, it's... Solitaire? The article says that the various versions of Windows Solitaire are the most-used programs among Windows, and charts in particular the American workplace's ongoing love affair with the time-waster.