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Windows 3.0 Solitaire Playing Cards

Deck of playing cards featuring the game's original graphics.

Windows 3.0 Solitaire Playing Cards
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  • Windows 3.0 Solitaire Cards
This item has been discontinued.


Your mouse drifts over to the “Start” button. No! You need to finish your work. You click anyway and navigate to the “Games” folder. Ahh yes, take me away, computer solitaire!

Deal out Computer Solitaire Playing Cards, and revisit your appreciation for the most popular game ever included with an operating system.

This high-quality deck of cards features the original 16-color artwork found on the Windows 3.0 version of Solitaire—the desktop game made famous over 25 years ago.

With 52 cards in each deck, you can entertain yourself for hours, just like you did when… dude, you got a Dell!

If you want to play something other than solitaire, like Gin Rummy, the set also includes two jokers designed exclusively for this deck by Susan Kare, creator of the game's original artwork.

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Features & specs

  • Computer-styled playing cards
  • Deck of 52 cards with 2 jokers
  • Features original artwork from Windows 3.0 solitaire
  • Hard plastic case included
  • Material: PVC
  • Dimensions: 2.4” x 3.5” (6.09 cm x 8.89 cm)

True color graphics

When Windows 3.0 was introduced, it was the first time most people had ever used a mouse, and Solitaire was the program that eased us into the new paradigm (and kept us from getting bored at work). This deck recreates the virtual card game experience with the original artwork and cut out corners to simulate pixelation.

Although it’s printed with just a 16 color palette, this deck is rendered with the most realistic graphics of any video game, ever. This version of Solitaire extends the classic deck with two new jokers that match the original aesthetic, in case you want to play more games than just its namesake.

Original artwork from Windows 3.0 Solitaire
Forget virtual reality.

Question: What kind of box do they come in?

Answer: You can store your Windows 3.0 Solitaire deck in the included transparent two-piece hard plastic case.

Question: Are these officially licensed?

Answer: These are officially licensed by Microsoft with the support of Susan Kare, the designer of the original Solitaire program. In fact, she designed two new jokers for a fully playable deck that extends your card playing beyond Solitaire.

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