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Solitaire TriPeaks Flowers Brings the Popular Card Game to PlayStation and Xbox

Solitaire Tripeaks Flowers

I’m a sucker for solitaire games. There, I said it.

You can forget your epic adventures and your eye-melting 4K visuals. There are times where I want nothing more than to kick back with one of the simplest games known to man. When the mood strikes, there’s nothing finer than a game of card-based solitaire.

Surprisingly, there’s only a small handful of them available on console. And the latest, Solitaire TriPeaks Flowers from developer Inlogic Software, is the only one to offer the TriPeaks, or Pyramid, variant of solitaire. With 340 levels all colourfully presented, it’s a tempting little package for fans of the game.

TriPeaks solitaire tasks players with clearing their board of cards by removing a card that’s either one higher or one lower than the one in their hand. For example, if you draw a Queen, you can take a visible Jack or King from the board, and continue to chain cards until you can make no more moves. It’s a simple solitaire variation, but one of the most popular and easy to learn.

Solitaire Tripeaks Flowers

Solitaire TriPeaks Flowers, then, gives players hundreds of levels to play through, all with different card layouts. By completing one level, you’ll unlock the next, and depending how well you do you’ll be awarded a score out of three stars. To get three stars in each level you’ll need to not only clear the board but do so with a long streak. It’s not easy to do, so completionists looking to get the highest score on each level will see themselves revisiting them multiple times.

As you progress, levels introduce new challenges, like ‘locked’ cards that need to be busted through, cards that need to be cleared before a bomb explodes, and more. To help you out, there’s a variety of power-ups and wild cards that can be purchased with in-game credit (no microtransactions here, thankfully). You’ll also unlock rewards simply by progressing, and by playing the game at least once a day. For me, this type of game is the perfect thing to jump into while something bigger is updating, or if you simply want to unwind with something that doesn’t require too much concentration.

Solitaire Tripeaks Flowers

Best of all, Solitaire TriPeaks Flowers is only £3.29. That’s like… less than a penny for every level of the game. You don’t really get better value than that. If you enjoy a relaxing game of cards, it’s available now on PlayStation, Xbox and PC.

Editor in chief // Kim's been into video games since playing Dizzy on her brother's Commodore 64 as a nipper. She'll give just about anything a go, but she's got a particular soft spot for indie adventures. If she's not gaming, she'll be building Lego, reading a thriller, watching something spooky or... asleep. She does love to sleep.