[NTLK] Solitaire

Forrest newton_phoenix at mindspring.com
Tue Mar 9 21:26:58 PST 2021

Deep Green is a very good chess game, it looks like it’s fairly hard to beat. I’m not a good judge as I used to be good but now I stink at chess.

If you’re a SimCity fan, there’s RemoteTown.


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> On Mar 9, 2021, at 9:32 PM, Dan <dan at dbdigitalweb.com> wrote:
> SoloDX is the best.  I played a lot of them.  I *think* the latest version is 1.62 and you don't need to register it.  Silicon Casino is a casino game that is also a lot of fun.  And if you are looking for a action/adventure/roleplayer type game, you can't go wrong with NewtHack (which was made freeware at one point).  It is one of my favorites.  If you need any of these, drop me a line.
> Another fun one: Glider where you fly a paper air plane.  Only works on the MP1x00 or eMate though.
> Oh I almost forgot Deep Space Newt, that is a strategic star trek game.
> -Dan
>> On 3/9/2021 5:41 PM, Noah Leon wrote:
>> Hi all, After playing a bit of solitaire (the card game) on someone else’s device, I was recalling that that was one of the prime functions of my OMP in the late 1990s. I headed over to UNNA to download some solitaire games, but both of the ones I have have 30-day limits. I installed Solito DX, which I must have installed some time in the past because the free trial period is over, and Solitaire by Stand Alone software, which is great but will expire in about 25 days. Before I go and try each of these and maybe some others, I have two questions:
>> 1) Is there a “best” solitaire game for Newton? One that can be registered?
>> 2) What are some other similar games for Newton that you enjoy?
>> I found action-type games (or emulated NES games) are a little difficult to play on the Newt, because of the pen-input. But things like Solitaire and Minesweeper seem perfect, but I’m open to suggestions.
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