Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire PLUS – Review
Follow Genre: Arcade
Developer: Zoo Corporation
Publisher: Zoo Corporation, EastAsiaSoft
Platform: PC, PS4, PS5, Switch
Tested on: Switch

Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire PLUS – Review

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Good: The traditional card game is still enjoyable
Bad: Janky controls, No content
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Over the years, we have reviewed quite a few games in the Pretty Girls franchise. Some were better than others, and it seems the busty cast of ladies play all sorts of games, be it card games, puzzle games, and even breakout clones. In most of these games, the small game the player has to play is quite entertaining, but we feel the Pretty Girls theme is never really fleshed out. We were hoping Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire PLUS would offer us more content, but we were sadly disappointed with the game.


Like the other Pretty Girls games, there is absolutely no story to be found here. You pick the stage you want to play and the difficulty level, and you’re already good to go. We wouldn’t have minded a bit of progress in terms of character stories or small character bios, but there isn’t anything like that present here. Then again, we assume most potential buyers purchase the games in this series for the busty ladies that are depicted on the side of the screen when you play.


Graphically, you’ll be treated to nearly the same experience as the other games. You’ll see a clear area for the game you’re playing, with your chosen anime-like lady on the side of the screen. The UI is clear, and everything feels very straightforward. As you progress, you’ll unlock more outfits for the girls, but in the end, everything still feels very static. The chesty women don’t do much other than stand still, which is a shame. It feels like you’re just playing on a so-called waifu playmat, making things feel a bit cheap.


The sound design isn’t too bad, but it’s nothing we haven’t heard before in the other Pretty Girls games. You’ll get an okayish backdrop, with the girls sometimes saying things in Japanese to you. You sadly have no clue what is being said, which is still a shame. The sound effects are decent, but all in all, it’s nothing to write home about.


Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire PLUS is yet another Pretty Girls game in which you play a simple game. In this case, you’ll be playing Solitaire, and you can choose between different difficulty settings and the option to draw single cards from your extra pile of cards or three cards at once. This basically translates to another additional difficulty option. In Solitaire you’ll have several piles of cards that you need to neatly put back in stacks in order, starting from ace (1) to King (13). To first order your cards, you’ll have to do so in stacks on the playing field by stacking the cards counting down, using alternating colors. This means a red card can only be placed upon a black card, and vice versa. The tutorial at the start of the game covers this quite well.

All in all, the game is straightforward and you’ll be playing a traditional version of Solitaire, with a few additional options such as a hint system, an undo button, and so on. It’s all standard stuff, and it works as it should. We only struggled with the controls, as playing with a controller simply isn’t that nice, and the touch controls are not that precise. The latter is because the playing field is very small and the cards are very small as well. Due to this, we often selected the wrong cards, making things a lot more tedious than they should have been.

Something that is seemingly a staple for the franchise, but there isn’t a lot of content here. You can play matches ‘against’ different girls, and you’ll unlock a few outfits when doing so, but that’s about it. You can then place the girls in very cheap-looking dioramas, and call it a day. We again hoped this game would flesh out the theme a bit more, or at least make a few more items with which you could interact, but sadly, that isn’t the case here.


Pretty Girls Klondike Solitaire PLUS is one of the more disappointing entries in the franchise, even though most other titles were also mediocre card or puzzle games. Playing Solitaire is still quite relaxing, but the Pretty Girls theme is starting to overstay its welcome, and the controls simply aren’t that nice here. If you’re a fan of the franchise, nothing is probably stopping you from picking this one up. If you are solely interested in playing Solitaire, we reckon there are many better options.

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