3 Best Card Apps

Cultist Simulator

Cultist Simulator

Appsreview Score:
99/100 Points
User Rating

Pros:

  • An interesting theme
  • Well written lore that is only there if you choose to seek it
  • An unlikely combination of card game and simulator that works

Cons:

  • UI can get messy late game
  • More card game than a simulator
  • Needs more legacies and interaction between past playthroughs and current

Bottom Line:

Cultist Simulator has no tutorial – part of the challenge is figuring out how to play. It’s hard, but keep trying, and you’ll master it. Good luck!

Microsoft Solitaire Collection

Microsoft Solitaire Collection

Appsreview Score:
99/100 Points
User Rating

Pros:

  • Classic solitaire staples
  • Daily challenges & the Star Club
  • Five card decks, plus the ability to

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  • Classic solitaire staples
  • Daily challenges & the Star Club
  • Five card decks, plus the ability to make your own
  • Achievements and medals
  • Multiplayer Events

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Cons:

  • Ad-supported
  • The premium version is temporary

Bottom Line:

Microsoft Solitaire Collection is the “golden” collection of card solitaires for Windows, Android, and Ios. There are daily tasks, awards and detailed statistics for each solitaire.

Solitaire

Solitaire

Appsreview Score:
98/100 Points
User Rating

Pros:

  • Lots of customizable options.
  • Time and battery power overlay.
  • Support for left-handed players.

Cons:

  • Tap to move control scheme would have been a nice option.

Bottom Line:

If you like Windows Solitaire, you’re going to love this app! The same classic Windows Solitaire game plus the ability to control card movements.