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Age of Solitaire: Build Civilization

Age of Solitaire: Build Civilization

Release: May 30, 2023
Publisher: Eggtart Inc
Developer: Eggtart Inc & Sticky Hands Inc
Genre: Adventure, City Builder, Genres, Indie, Puzzle, Strategy, Video, Xbox Series X Categories, Xbox Series X Reviews


Worth a Play About Rating
7.5 - Gameplay
7.5 - Video
7.0 - Audio

Age of Solitaire: Build Civilization is a Klondike solitaire game at its core, with the added goal of building different civilizations. Is this a good game? Who does it appeal to? Here is review of Age of Solitaire: Build Civilization for the Xbox Series.


Age of Solitaire: Build Civilization is a Klondike solitaire card game with a simple civilization builder added on. As you win card games, civilizations build up and the eventually you move to the next age of civilization to build. There is no story to the game, the concept of building the civilization is just another goal to work toward while winning card games. Its neat, but the real fun is with the card games.

The Klondike solitaire is a really good. If you like card games, then you’ll enjoy this game. The controls work well and if you need help, there are hints and “magic tricks” that actually make a move for you. There are tips on how to play the game but Age of Solitaire is a lot better if you already know how to play it.


While the Civilization building pretty simple looking, the card game itself is very nice looking and card game fans will likely enjoy it.

Age of Solitaire: Build Civilization is a good card game for the Xbox. Building civilizations gives you an extra goal and something work towards. If you’re a solitaire fan though, you’ll think the civilization building is okay and enjoy the actual card games a lot. We recommend Age of Solitaire for those who love card games and want something to play on their Xbox.

A digital code was provided for this review. Age of Solitaire: Build Civilization is now available for the Xbox Series.



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