Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire PLUS (PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, X/S, PC)

Play solitaire to unlock a bevy of busty anime ladies as well as outfits for them to wear and backdrops to arrange them in.  I reviewed this game once before, but the PLUS adds and changes a few minor things.  It’s available on all current consoles and PC, but reviewed on PS4 here.

I won’t explain how to play solitaire here, but this is the same one that’s on most computers, and if you don’t know how to play, you can view a text tutorial.  You’ll use the left stick to move around a cursor to select cards.  The game does a good job of knowing where the cards go when you select them, or you can just hold the button and drag them into place.  On the bottom of the screen is a meter that fills when you do a move.  If you can quickly do another move while it’s going down, you’ll get a combo and your score will increase.  So you can try for a high score if you like.  You can view your records on the main menu.

The PLUS version of this game changes a few things around.  First you’ll start by picking an anime lady which will stand on the left side of the screen and say stuff in Japanese while you play.  You can choose a difficulty level and if you draw one or three cards.  When you win a match, you’ll unlock a lady or an outfit for her as well as backdrops.  You can use those to arrange a scene in the dressing room mode on the main menu.  Depending on the difficulty, you can use a limited number of special ‘cheats’ like a hint option, shuffling cards, revealing one, or undoing a move.  Easy mode also has a couple of ace cards to play up front, but it gets way harder in normal mode and beyond.  Because of that and the fact that this is just solitaire, I lost interest pretty quickly.

Kid Factor:

Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire PLUS is rated T for Teen with an ESRB descriptor of Suggestive Themes.  You can unlock revealing outfits for the busty anime ladies, but that’s it.  Reading skill is still helpful for the text, and I think younger gamers would get bored or frustrated at the difficulty.  Since there are more ways to introduce kids to age appropriate solitaire, I’d say this one is best for older players.

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