Something has gone terribly wrong and you awaken on the beach to a mysterious island, stranded with no supplies or tools. You cannot recall how you got there or where you came from, so there’s no way of knowing how you can possibly get off this strange land in the middle of nowhere.
Mystery Solitaire: Secret Island is composed of two parts. In the main part of the game, you are faced with a large field of vibrantly designed playing cards. By quickly scanning this foreign environment, you attempt to find matching pairs. Simply click on one card to highlight it, and then click on another card of the same value (suits don’t matter). In some stages, there will be a draw pile that pulls out three cards at a time.
Hide and Seek — the second part of this adventure. Everything seems so strange, so novel, yet there are several familiar items here. At each checkpoint, you must collect six particular items hidden in the sea, in the jungle, or in a ship wreck. Some items are common, everyday things — like mugs, dice, and spiders — while others are much more frightful — like spears, pistols, and masks.
- Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
- DirectX 7.0
- Processor 350 MHz
- 128 MB RAM