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Wednesday, June 27, 2007
 
5 Realms Of Cards Coming Soon To Macs
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

Sugar Games recently announced the release of 5 Realms of Cards for the PC. The solitaire title features eye pleasing graphics, story-driven gameplay and an all-new and addictive game mechanic. A Mac OS X version is planned for release in the next few weeks.

5 Realms of Cards is nothing like an ordinary solitaire game - it's visually nice, story-driven and with an all-new and addictive game mechanic.

Your objective is to help a young princess named Jokerina restore peace and beauty by recovering magic Signs of Suits broken by evil forces. To achieve this goal, you must go through 5 realms and 72 levels full of addictive solitaire playing fun. Enjoy!

Click over to the site below to learn more about the game and check out some screenshots.

5 Realms of Cards
Sugar Games


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