Mac game maker
has announced that one of its most popular (and unusual) games is now available for Mac OS X. The company has announced the release of Burning Monkey Solitaire II version 2.5, which works on Mac OS 8.6 through X.
Burning Monkey Solitaire II is no mild mannered solitaire game — this is a full-contact, extreme solitaire game chock full of color graphics, obnoxious sounds, bad jokes, and, of course, Freeverse’s trademark monkeys. The game also features what Freeverse bills as “the world’s most extensive cheating mode.”
Burning Monkey Solitaire II sports an array of classic solitaire card games, including Klondike, FreeCell, Pyramid, Canfield and 52 Pick-Up. The title also features full statistics, specific game replay, multiple decks, casino scoring, a “boss coming!” screen, and more.
Burning Monkey Solitaire II version 2.5 calls for Mac OS 8.6 or later, including Mac OS X; 16MB RAM; 15MB of disk space.
Offered as shareware, Burning Monkey Solitaire II version 2.5 can be downloaded from
Freeverse’s Web site
now. The game costs US$14.95 to register, or $24.95 to purchase on CD-ROM.
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