The Far Kingdoms: Sacred Grove Solitaire

In a land far away, there is a beautiful island inhabited by elves. A sacred grove has granted these elves powerful magic but one day everything changed. A powerful earthquake has destroyed the island along with the sacred grove. The Elven Queen seeks your help to restore the island. Use the power of the magic cards and rebuild the elven island!

Each building you construct will give you some type of bonus such as the Sword of Glory which can be used to remove any single face up card on the board or The Wheel of Time which gives you an extra undo option. I'm in my 60's, married, raising a grandchild and play computer games to relax at the end of the day. If this was the same old thing only with different backgrounds, I would have deleted it. The graphics are lovely and full of elven fantasy. Combos of 5 or more will fill up the multiplier bar which will earn more crystals. If you haven't quit out of boredom by now, you don't even get to assemble the relic from the pieces you have earned, but the game does it automatically while you watch. I really like this aspect. I enjoyed the trial version very much and I'm sure I'll be adding to my collection with my next game credit. You build towns with points that you accumulate, sometimes there are a certain number of cards to make in a chain to unlock cards, and after buying another building for the town, you have jigsaw puzzles to complete. All in all this is a wonderful solitaire game. Even though I probably have enough solitaire games to keep me happy for years into the future, Far Kingdoms Sacred Grove is one I must add to my collection. You play the game as the elven queen who has arrived at the Sacred Grove only to find that it has been destroyed by a catastrophic earthquake. Do you have an issue with your game? As we play through the levels we find or earn crystals that will help us restore the druid kingdom and bring back the magic.

I love the extras that come my way such as a jigsaw puzzle to complete. This game could be improved by varying the types of solitaire games you have to play and by letting you assemble the relic once you have earned all the pieces of it. Date published: Be the first to write a forum post about this game! Some cards you uncover have extra crystals, some will flip over a face down card, some will fill the undo feature as well. I like games that you can build or create gardens, etc. You can choose from three different card designs and four face card styles, there is also a Widescreen option, however, when I selected this option, it didn't change the fact that there are wide black fill in strips on both sides of the screen. Do you have an issue with your game? I enjoyed the trial version very much and I'm sure I'll be adding to my collection with my next game credit. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lurganlass from card game Brilliant game for young and old alike. Combos of 5 or more will fill up the multiplier bar which will earn more crystals. I like the graphics and the story line You gather crystals to use in rebuilding the elf city that was destroyed by an earthquake. Discuss with other players!


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You must first get the blueprints and construct them in the form of a very easy Great Escapes Solitaire Collection puzzle. It's hidden in the layout. I would not recommend the game except for children or maybe adults who are not easily bored. Now and then a card shows up on the board that has chains across it, and you have to locate the key to open that card. Then you start the process all over again by playing the same solitaire games to earn crystals. Discuss with other players! I love it! The premise is that the elves habitat is destroyed by a earthquake the elves are only briefly shown and don't look like typical elves. You can choose from three different card designs and four face card styles, there is also a Widescreen option, however, when I selected this option, it didn't change the fact that there are wide black fill in strips on both sides of the screen. Periodically you get to work a puzzle, and also assemble an artifact, like a sword, they show Delicious: Emilys Hopes and Fears Collectors Edition of it and you play the field to collect the parts one by one. My favorite solitaire game is still The Chronicles of Emerland but this game was an immediate purchase for this solitaire geek, enjoy! The graphics are lovely and full of elven fantasy. Rated 5 out of 5 by MsReddFox from Enjoyable! The hint button is a new feature. This game is a winner as far as I'm concerned.

Once you have enough crystals to restore a building, you have to do a brief jigsaw puzzle of the building to restore a "blueprint" so the building can be built. Submit Thank you for writing a review! If you haven't quit out of boredom by now, you don't even get to assemble the relic from the pieces you have earned, but the game does it automatically while you watch. This game was different enough to keep me fascinated and I bought it. The premise is that the elves habitat is destroyed by a earthquake the elves are only briefly shown and don't look like typical elves. You get wild cards in each lay out but they are numbers as well as Kings and Aces, etc, If you have something like a 9, 10, jack showing, and you have an 8 on a wild card, you click it and it goes on your foundation card. To rebuild the Kingdom, you will need Elven Crystals which are collected each time you play a game of solitaire. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead. Periodically you get to work a puzzle, and also assemble an artifact, like a sword, they show parts of it and you play the field to collect the parts one by one. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! I like the graphics and the story line You gather crystals to use in rebuilding the elf city that was destroyed by an earthquake. I really like this aspect.

This game could be improved by varying the types of solitaire Solutaire you have to play and by letting you assemble the relic once you have earned all the pieces of it. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Once that is done, there apparently are pieces of a "relic" inside that you have to uncover by playing more solitaire games. I just finished the demo, and then Paradise Pet Salon bought it. All in all this is a wonderful solitaire game.


You must first get the blueprints and construct them in the form of a very easy jigsaw puzzle. Yes, I know we have seen the one up or one down type of solitaire games over and over but Far Kingdoms Sacred Grove is really quite beautiful and, IMHO, the perfect solitaire for hours of relaxing enjoyment along with a nice cup of tea. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. I'm in my 60's, married, raising a grandchild and play computer games to relax at the end of the day. The graphics are lovely and full of elven fantasy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from The Far Kingdoms: Sacred Grove Solitaire Another great game in the series Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by prissypatches from Awesome game! I love it! I would not recommend the game except for children or maybe adults who are not easily bored. The premise is that the elves habitat is destroyed by a earthquake the elves are only briefly shown and don't look like typical elves. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bsnbsn from great game Along with solitaire, there are different games to play and the rebuilding of a kingdom. If you haven't quit out of boredom by now, you don't even get to assemble the relic from the pieces you have earned, but the game does it automatically while you watch. I like the graphics and the story line You gather crystals to use in rebuilding the elf city that was destroyed by an earthquake. Beautifully illustrated, and interesting scenes. After I played it the first time, I I played it again. Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly.

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  1. I love it! It's hidden in the layout. After you earn enough crystals you can purchase buildings or items that will help you in your quest to rebuild. You have to earn crystals to rebuild their buildings by clearing cards. Now and then a card shows up on the board that has chains across it, and you have to locate the key to open that card.

  2. After I played it the first time, I I played it again. This is the first game I've ever played twice in a roll. Discuss with other players!

  3. Beautifully illustrated, and interesting scenes. Once you have enough crystals to restore a building, you have to do a brief jigsaw puzzle of the building to restore a "blueprint" so the building can be built. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! Great game, great fun. I just finished the demo, and then I bought it.

  4. This is the first game I've ever played twice in a roll. I like the graphics and the story line You gather crystals to use in rebuilding the elf city that was destroyed by an earthquake. As I said, this is a fun solitaire game, and now I'm going back to playing it. You will earn Wild Cards that are face value specific, in other words a number 2 card can only be used as a number two face value.

  5. As you progress, some of the cards are blocked with various obstacles such as chains and locks which will require finding a "key" card hidden under other cards. Write a post! Be the first to write a forum post about this game! The graphics are hand drawn and very beautiful. You play the game as the elven queen who has arrived at the Sacred Grove only to find that it has been destroyed by a catastrophic earthquake.

  6. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from The Far Kingdoms: Sacred Grove Solitaire Another great game in the series Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by prissypatches from Awesome game! To rebuild the Kingdom, you will need Elven Crystals which are collected each time you play a game of solitaire. I love it! Submit Thank you for writing a post! Once you have enough crystals to restore a building, you have to do a brief jigsaw puzzle of the building to restore a "blueprint" so the building can be built.

  7. Then you start the process all over again by playing the same solitaire games to earn crystals. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. You have to earn crystals to rebuild their buildings by clearing cards. I absolutely love the beautiful hand drawn graphics of the Elven realms in this edition of The Far Kingdoms Solitaire game. Mini games and power up are more fun and useful.

  8. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! I really like this aspect. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review.

  9. You build towns with points that you accumulate, sometimes there are a certain number of cards to make in a chain to unlock cards, and after buying another building for the town, you have jigsaw puzzles to complete. This game was different enough to keep me fascinated and I bought it. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. Date published:

  10. The graphics are lovely and full of elven fantasy. This game is a winner as far as I'm concerned. You have to earn crystals to rebuild their buildings by clearing cards.

  11. This game is a winner as far as I'm concerned. Some cards you uncover have extra crystals, some will flip over a face down card, some will fill the undo feature as well. The hint button is a new feature. The druid kingdom was one a place of powerful magic but right now it seems that is no longer the case so what is there to do but roll up your sleeves and get busy restoring the once magical Sacred Grove.

  12. Discuss with other players! I absolutely love the beautiful hand drawn graphics of the Elven realms in this edition of The Far Kingdoms Solitaire game. Rated 5 out of 5 by MsReddFox from Enjoyable!

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