Free card game with music and graphics
An improved Radical Solitaire variant, dubbed Super Radical Solitaire, has been published by Vector Hat. You can always swap a card with any face-down card, but in this game, there are mini-games now that allow you to hack your way to endless wins. This casual card game provides new alternate super-rad graphics modes to play! The real speech synthesis robot can also be taught to say your name to shirk your duties while enjoying the endlessly long soundtrack created by the non-repeating algorithm.
New take on Solitaire
The sequel to the 1982 arcade hit, Radical Solitaire, is Super Radical Solitaire. The goal of the game is for you to 'get rad' and trade a face-down card for some of your cards. This should be repeated as many times as you like, so that you can win. You will be able to glance at cards during official matches when you win the mini-games. In 16 bright, neon colors, cards are shown. The game places a spin on the classic Solitaire game, enabling you to cheat and exchange cards.
Only after you finish the minigames would you do this. This helps you to complete a package even though a bum card like a face-down card was on the first hand. The non-repeating soundtrack created by algorithms and the real speech synthesis robot are other characteristics that stand out in this game. As you play, you'll get to listen to fast-paced chiptunes, and hear the game call you by name
You start with 3 mini-games; before you unlock the other, you'll need to play the first one. They're all based on other titles, such as Flappy Bird, Minesweeper, Bust-a-Move, and Memory Battle. Some of the minigames are more complex than others, but they make for a fun addition that helps to circumvent the frustrations of being lost in a dead-end with your cards. Also, the retro presentation is pretty cool and adds a little deal of personality to the classic game of Solitaire.
Great addition to a classic card game
For users who always play Solitaire, Super Radical Solitaire is a fantastic game. The rules of the game remain the same, but with the use of cards to exchange free passes. The atmosphere is more fun than an ordinary card game with extra features such as the soundtrack and AI.