If you’re of a certain age, you remember days spent in front of the computer playing Minesweeper, Oregon Trail, and Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego. But, for all those after-school games, there was one that reigned supreme: Solitaire. Now you can relive the Windows 3.0 fun in real life. This deck of playing cards was made with Susan Kare’s original artwork from the computer game of your youth. They won’t bounce around when you emerge victorious, but they’re far more portable than an old PC.
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