Review: Spider Solitaire F (Nintendo Switch)
Spider Solitaire F is perfect for calm and relaxing moments with the Nintendo Switch, Spider Solitaire F is the first of the “F” (Flyhigh) series.
- The game has graphics.
- Spider Solitaire gameplay.
- 81.9MB Download size.
- How to play section- Rules and controls presented in a text/image feature.
- Options- Cursor speed, Move automatically, Show hints and volumes.
- Four sets of themes for both cards and the table you play on. You have to unlock the themes by winning games and completing levels.
- Three difficulties- Easy- Spades only, Normal- 2 suits and Hard- 4 suits.
- Every game is timed.
- Levels show best time and highest score.
- Drag and drop system.
- Handy”Grab all” button for fast moving of multiple cards.
- Chilled soundtrack.
- Loads of game.
- Fluid animations.
- Great time waster.
- Every difficulty has a set amount of levels- Easy- 10, Normal 20 levels and Hard 70 levels.
- Stockpile- Press X to add a new layer of cards to the table.
- Undo last move button.
- Only one game type. (Just in case you didn’t realize)
- No touchscreen support.
- Music soon grates as it feels like it never changes.
- No customizable options.
- Lacks leaderboard support.
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 6/106/10
- Accessability - 8/108/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
This is one of those games that just makes sense to be on the Nintendo Switch, It does a genre and one that fits. Saying that how can you not have touchscreen support! I mean imagine how much better it would be. That is my biggest gripe because leaderboards are a nice to have but not a must-have. Back to the game and it does exactly what you expect, It plays Spider Solitaire and does a really good job and never deviates away from it. Not much else to say really, If you like Spider Solitaire then winner if you don’t then don’t buy it.