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Game: Fairway Solitaire Full Version Free Download for PC & Mac

Posted In Cash Games, PC game - By Techtiplib on Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 With No Comments »

Big Fish Games is one of the major game download portals which offers hundreds of games to download from itself and many other different developers. Most of Big Fish Games’ titles can be played for free in trial form, with the full version available for a fee. Now as part of their promotion, Big Fish is offering full version free download of Fairway Solitaire games for limited period.

Game: Fairway Solitaire Full Version Free Download for PC & Mac

Big Fish Games: Fairway Solitaire [PC & Mac]

Pull out your clubs (and your diamonds, hearts and spades) and enjoy a round of Fairway Solitaire! This exciting new card game includes 70 unique courses in locations ranging from exotic forests to Scottish highlands. Choose your golfer and experience realistic golf commentary, hilarious wild shot cards, and three fun mini-games.

  • Buy clothing powerups!
  • Enjoy great mini-games.
  • Unique hole layouts.

System Requirements:

Fairway Solitaire For PC

  • OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 7.0
  • Hard Drive: 54 MB
Fairway Solitaire For MAC
OS: 10.4 CPU: 800 Mhz RAM: 256 MB Hard Drive: 54 MB
Fairway Solitaire Full Version Free Download [PC & Mac] 

This game normally costs you $9.99 to paly, but here is a promotional offer that help you to get the Full version Fairway Solitaire absolutely free, with no charge. Interested uses just need to go to the Giveaway Page (PC Version | Mac Version) and click on big green ‘Buy It’ button and use below coupon code to get it free:

Fairway Solitaire Coupon Code: freefairway

Keep in mind, still, that this giveaway promotion won’t last forever. So, before it ends, you should grab the free game quickly. When the giveaway expires, you can play it free Online at facebook.

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