This article first appeared in PC issue 351 Gamer British magazine. If you fancy taking a look at our glossy covers, get a subscription.
There is a PC game with 35 million players per month that we never talk about. Maybe it was your very first solo experience, or the game you’ve played more than anything else, but its ubiquity is such that it’s just part of the desktop wallpaper. Its name is Microsoft Solitaire.
“It becomes background noise and was designed to do so,” says Mike Bithell. “The main purpose of integrating it into Windows was to serve as a tutorial for mice. These are all mouse gestures: click, double-click, drag and drop. ”
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