Pretty Good Solitaire Mac Edition 2.34

A free update is now available.

This week, Goodsol Development released Pretty Good Solitaire Mac Edition 2.34, a maintenance update that fixes a few bugs (introduced by yours truly) in the previous release version.  This is a free update for any customers who have purchased the downloadable version of Pretty Good Solitaire Mac Edition (ever).  [This version is functionally equivalent to PGSME 2.33 from the Mac App Store.]

As a refresher, PGSME is a Solitaire program for Mac containing 350 different games, plus 50 bonus games, with over 2 billion deals of each.  It runs on Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and higher, including both Intel and PPC systems.  You can download a trial version, and you can purchase a copy for only $24.95 US.

This is the latest product in a long series of upcoming game releases from Goodsol.  Next up:  Look for an upgrade to Action Solitaire (free to anyone purchasing the game between now and then).


Pretty Good Solitaire 13.2

Goodsol’s flagship Windows game gets even bigger.

PGS 13.2 for WindowsThis week, Goodsol Development released Pretty Good Solitaire 13.2, the leading Solitaire program for Windows.  This new version now includes 780 (!) different Solitaire games, including all of your favorites, such as Klondike (a.k.a., “Solitaire“), FreeCell, and Spider, as well as many games not available anywhere else.

Pretty Good Solitaire 13.2 is available for download here, and it is a free upgrade for any customers who have purchased since version 12 (i.e., in the last 4 or 5 years).

The 10 new games in this update are:

  • Alloway Kirk
  • Five Pirates
  • Kettle Hill
  • McCarver
  • Open Peek
  • Pyramid Rank
  • Richard’s Patience
  • Undercover Aces Easy
  • Weddings
  • Yukon Two Suits

Aside from a little bit of play testing, I actually did no development work on this product; this is actually a triumph because our GDcard playing card library, which still runs the display of cards, symbols, and backgrounds, as well as the card animations, continues to work flawlessly.  Thomas Warfield (Goodsol) did all of the development work for this update.

Of course, now that Thomas has added yet another 10 games to the Windows version, it is now time for me to retaliate on Mac OS X, so look for a Pretty Good Solitaire Mac Edition update, with 400 games, coming soon to an internet near you!