TreeCardGames offers more solitaire card games in this new release.
Free Spider Solitaire 2010 is for the completist solitaire gamer. This version includes two solitaire variations that are not in the 123 Free Solitaire 2009. The game has not lost any of it's former charm and is a handy addition to the default Windows solitaire card game.
TreeCardGames is fast becoming a favorite of mine when it comes to solitaire card games. If I ever get in to this genre, I know which site I'm hitting first.
Free Spider Solitaire 2010 is a newer offering from TreeCardGames, the developer of 123 Free Solitaire 2009. It is totally free and free of any adware, as far as I can tell. The game is as polished as I've come to expect from its developer. The cards graphics, the sound of the shuffling, the smooth animation, all return to this offering.
The difference is mainly in the game's content. This time we only get five solitaire games; Coleopter, Simple Simon, Spider, Spider One Suit, and Spider Two Suit. A far cry from the twelve games in 123 Free Solitaire 2009. Although, as you may have noticed by now, the first two games present in Free Spider Solitaire are not available in 123 Free Solitaire 2009. If you're hesitant to get a new game for just the two new solitaire games, note that this game is 100% free. There is no cost to you and perhaps no excuse not to get the game.
The game's help file is still as good as the previous game, detailing the instructions of the available solitaire variant as well as the brief summary for it and its challenge rating.
The only problem I have with it is that it still has the cheesy audience applause when you win, which is really unnecessary. It also still has the afterimaging, cascading cards animation.
Get this game if you absolutely have to have Simple Simon and Coleopter in your solitaire game library. Since both games are free from TreeCardGames, there's really no excuse not to get them both.