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PySol is an exciting collection of Solitaire card games. Its features include support for 111 (!) distinct games, very nice look and feel, multiple cardsets and backgrounds, unlimited undo & redo, load & save games, player statistics and log files, hint system, demo games, support for user written plug-ins, integrated HTML help browser, and it's free Open Source software distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL.
Among the supported games are classics like Aces Up, Baker's Game, Canfield, FreeCell, Forty Thieves, Golf, Klondike, Pyramid, Scorpion, Spider, Yukon, and many more...
As PySol is written in 100% pure Python
and uses the portable
Tcl/Tk toolkit it runs
out-of-the-box on Unix (X11), Windows 95/98/NT and Macintosh.
No need to compile anything.
PySol aims to be Commercial Quality Freeware.
Take a look at the online game rules.
Visit the PySol Gallery
for screenshots of many of the games.
Here is a low bandwidth version of the gallery.
There's also a Cardset Gallery page.
|pysol-3.00.tar.gz||ready-to-run PySol package||465 kB|
|pysol300.exe||Windows 95/98/NT setup file
(needs Python 1.5.2)
|pysol-3.00.sit.bin||Macintosh SIT archive||596 kB|
|pysol-cardsets-3.00.tar.gz||a collection of 19 free cardsets
converted for use with PySol
|pysol-3.00-src.tar.gz||developers source code||132 kB|
Please also read the installation instructions.
Other people have prepared prebuilt packages for
Here are old versions in case you haven't upgraded to Python 1.5.2 yet.
Here you can see PySol in action (X11). Click to enlarge.
has PySol plugins for games like Oonsoo and Pagoda.
These will get merged into the main version soon.
Read a review of an old PySol version 1.x in issue 33 of the Linux Gazette
Recent changes in v3.00 include
The PySol plugin concept makes it very easy to contribute new solitaire variants, but there are also many others ways you could help further improving PySol:
Please get in touch with me if you would like to join PySol development.
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Last modified Thu Nov 11 7:24:18 1999.