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Developer Subsoap teamed up with Puppygames for the latest addictive card game, as Faerie Solitaire Harvest is out now and it's absolutely worth a go or two.

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As I mentioned previously about the game, this seriously was my first proper time getting into such a match-2 game and I've been a bit blown away by just how lovely the presentation is in Faerie Solitaire Harvest. I've been seeking more casual experiences lately and this is already a favourite to keep jumping back into.

While it doesn't list Linux support on the Steam page, it does have a Linux version that works great as I've been testing it before release. Speaking about why it's not advertised, they said this:

The store page does not list Linux support as Linux is bundled with SteamOS and FSH currently does not work on SteamOS (we know what’s wrong but do not have a fix yet). However the game does work great on most other versions of Linux.

Game features:

  • 40 locations with beautiful hand-painted backgrounds
  • 360 hand crafted solitaire card layouts
  • 32 pets to collect each with an evolution and story to share
  • Adventure mode where you save the faeries and make new friends
  • Quickplay mode to replay locations and earn extra rewards
  • New Game + mode with even greater rewards
  • 40+ achievements to earn
  • Just the right amount of relaxing fun and challenge
  • Suitable for all ages

It's not a particularly difficult game but that's okay, it's not supposed to be crazy-difficult. It has enough of a challenge to keep you going, making you think a little while also not being too taxing on your mind. It's exactly the type of game you want when you're lacking energy for much else. It does exactly what it's supposed to, giving you a great match-2 experience.

You can find Faerie Solitaire Harvest on Steam now and it's absolutely worth a go. Also, since it's published by Puppygames, it's available free just for Linux users on like what they did with Basingstoke.

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tumocs 23 Apr, 2019
They also have the GNU + Linux version free (as in beer) in
Liam Dawe 23 Apr, 2019
Quoting: tumocsThey also have the GNU + Linux version free (as in beer) in
Updated to note that, wasn't a thing when the article was published. Cheers.
Redface 6 May, 2019
The SteamOS problem has been fixed so the game has Linux support on the store page now:
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