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Grey Alien Games and Suricate Software bring Jewel Match Solitaire Winterscapes to Steam

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Jewel Match Solitaire Winterscapes by Suricate Software is coming to Steam for PC. UK-based Grey Alien Games will publish the game on behalf of Suricate Software, a European game developer behind numerous classic casual titles. This follows a similar agreement to bring Suricate’s other Jewel Match Solitaire titles to Steam earlier this year.

fandomfare gaming Jewel Match Solitaire Winterscapes

Jewel Match Twilight Solitaire Winterscapes includes 200 solitaire levels, 12 additional solitaire variants such as Yukon or Emperor, five beautiful winter scenes to build and multiple card decks. Players will be able to choose between three different play modes, unlock stunning desktop wallpapers and enjoy a beautiful holiday soundtrack.

Jake Birkett, owner of Grey Alien Games said: “We are delighted to publish Suricate Software’s holiday themed game on Steam. The wintery locations and engaging gameplay will keep everyone entertained on days when you just want to hunker down beside a cosy fire.” 

Grey Alien Games has several of its own titles on Steam, including Regency Solitaire and solitaire-driven RPG, Shadowhand.

Jewel Match Solitaire Winterscapes is due to launch on 21st December, 2018. 

For more details or to wishlist, please visit the Steam store page, here: https://store.steampowered.com/app/993780/Jewel_Match_Solitaire_Winterscapes/

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