July 6, 2015 12:00 PM | John Bridgman
I have been an unabashed fan of card games of all sorts for years. Collectible, non-collectible, traditional, generally speaking if it is based on cards, I'm going to sink time into it. This enjoyment has expanded of course into the digital world where new ways to manipulate and play cards in a virtual space has allowed for the format to develop and evolve further. Even solitaire games have been able to get into the virtual fold, allowing deck manipulation and layout changes without much effort. Grey Alien Games' recent release on Steam of Regency Solitaire has of late captured my attention with its art and storytelling, as well as simple but endearing solitaire card gaming.