Thirty (30) great solitaire games are ready for download.
Goodsol Development has released Most Popular Solitaire 2.04 for both Windows and Mac OS X. This maintenance release fixes a rare bug and updates the title for 2011.
Most Popular Solitaire is a collection of 30 of our best solitaire games, plus 13 more bonus game variants for registered users, all for only $16.95 (less than 40 cents per game).
This game is also available at the Mac App Store.
Now, Most Popular Solitaire 2.05 is available on the Mac App Store. This version is functionally equivalent to MPS 2.04, but with minor alterations required by Apple (such as the removal of all download links). However, it automatically includes ten (10) additional card sets for your immediate enjoyment. (Card sets are also available for free download on both Mac OS X and Windows, and these work on all versions.)
As I write this, Most Popular Solitaire is currently ranked #7 in the ‘Card Games’ category, and rising, despite only becoming available hours ago. If you are interested in getting a copy, now is the time to do so, as it is currently being offered at a special introductory price for a limited time only. (I will not publish it here, but suffice it to say that it is substantially less than the price mentioned above, so act quickly.)
Decent progress was made in January.
In order to enhance accountability in this productivity game based on Careers, I plan to post monthly updates to my progress. As a reminder, the basic goal and object of the game is to reach 20 points in each of the three categories.
At this point, my scores (in deadline order) are:
Money/Finances: 0 (or 0.7)
I certainly have a way to go on the last one, but my deadline for that is Thanksgiving, and the nature of the challenge is such that that momentum should build throughout the year. (Anybody truly concerned can, of course, send me large checks or just wads of cash in an envelope.)
Happy Groundhog Day (and Imbolc)!
Today our local groundhog was not able to come out from his burrow without a shovel, so he slept in (rather than looking for a shadow); I think that means that we just got most of our winter at once.