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Payday Freecell I was playing Payday Freecell on AOL Games I dont know who the intended audience for this game would be but I have seen people both old and young playing the game I honestly dont even really know what to think the intention of the game is The only intention that I would think of to play a game at least in my life is to kill time because I have nothing better to do Im pretty sure that there are many kinks in the game mostly because it is online There is always something wrong with the internet Sometimes it is slow or you have a connection speed which isnt really good enough to be able to support the speed of the game I dont think that the interface isnt consistent I swear that whoever makes these online games somehow rigs it so you can only win so many points or get to a certain point in the game whether it is by level or by time The content seems like it is complete because it follows the way that the game is really played when it isnt online The only think is that there are these special cards that give you bonus points after you complete the game by lining up all the cards in order and by suit starting with the ace and ending with the king I dont think that there are any real problems with the game because I have never heard of anyone complaining and I have never had any problems with the game personally After awhile the game really does get kind of boring because it is like the same thing over and over and it doesnt really hold my attention at all whatsoever There really werent instructions Its basically explains itself in like a sentence Like I said before you stack up the cards in order by suit starting with the ace and ending
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