Download Solitile
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Solitile is a game of solitaire, played with "tiles". The goal of the game is to remove pairs of matched tiles until all of the tiles have been removed. The game derives from several similar games, such as "Shanghai", "Gunshy", and "Mahjongg", which are played with Mah-Jong tiles. Solitile plays the same game, but adds new starting layouts and the ability for the player to create new layouts and/or modify the layouts provided. Its default tile set uses "westernized" pictures on the faces of the tiles, but can also use alternate tile sets including a "mahjongg" style set. The licensed version of the game includes over 285 tile sets and 560 layouts.

The demo is fully functional, but has a limited number of puzzles.

Download the MS Windows demo version
Download the Mac OS X (10.4 or greater) version
The current version is 6.0.



Tile Sets

Extra tile sets created by users will be made available here as they are sent to me. All available tilesets are currently included with the licensed game. Any new ones will be added here.

WoW-sol - World of Warcraft themed tile set from David Donarumo. (updated May 19, 2005)
TilePak1 - Additional tilesets: FLAGS6, GRANT0800, COZYHOME, LINOLEUM, FISH, KIDSTUFF, and TRAINS4. (updated July 27, 2005)


Layouts

Extra layouts will be made available here as they are sent to me. All available layouts are currently included with the licensed game. Any new ones will be added here.

GRANTLYT - three new layouts from Grant Fikes. (July 27, 2005)

 

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The demo and licensed versions are identical, except that the demo version has limited numbers of puzzles, and the licensed version may have additional support files (like extra image sets). So, if the demo version works for you, the licensed version will, too. If the demo version doesn't work for you, neither will the licensed version.

Generally, you don't need to un-install a demo version before installing the licensed version. The licensed version will install right over the top of the demo version and use all of the settings you've already created with the demo version.

NOTE: You can not upgrade your licensed version by installing a newer demo version over the top of the licensed version. You would just end up with a demo version.