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Forty Thieves is a Palm OS version of the Forty Thieves Solitaire.

It is a very old and popular solitaire game that is known under many names, such as Napoleon at St. Helena and Roosevelt at San Juan. Its characteristics form the basis of as many as 100 or more other solitaire games. While it may not be the oldest game of its type, it seems to combine the standard solitaire elements in the best way and has come to be one of the most popular and important two-deck solitaires.

Please visit Forty Thieves homepage for more information.

News – December 04, 2009

Solitaires for BlackBerry v.2.1.3: critical bug fixed for touchscreen devices.

In this update we have fixed a bug that disenable valid column scrolling while selecting a card on touchscreen devices (Storm and Storm 2 Series).

Please, visit our Solitaires for BlackBerry page to get a new version of your solitaire game or, if you are a newcomer, to find out more about our BlackBerry solitaires.

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Forty Thieves is a Palm OS version of the Forty Thieves Solitaire.

It is a very old and popular solitaire game that is known under many names, such as Napoleon at St. Helena and Roosevelt at San Juan. Its characteristics form the basis of as many as 100 or more other solitaire games. While it may not be the oldest game of its type, it seems to combine the standard solitaire elements in the best way and has come to be one of the most popular and important two-deck solitaires.

Please visit Forty Thieves homepage for more information.

Klondike Solitaire is probably the best-known solitaire in the world. Many people don't even realize that other games exist. Though the name may not be familiar, the game itself certainly is. This is due in no small part to Microsoft's inclusion of the game in every version of Windows, though their naming the game "Microsoft Solitaire" only added to the confusion about the game's proper name.

Please visit Klondike homepage for more information.