By Gaetano Prestia
Don't expect to get an incredible amount of value for a game of Solitaire. There aren't many options to play around with, but you do have both Spider and Klondike versions of the card game to mess around with. There are multiple difficulty settings, which is great, but chances are if you buy this game you already know how to play it, so challenge isn't all that important to you.
There's nothing overly original about the presentation or gameplay, although there is a fantastic save feature that allows you to save in-game whenever you need to quit. This allows you to stop a game and go back to it at a later date, which makes playing on the run wonderful.
2-in-1 Solitaire is as simple as you can get. It only takes up 2 blocks and costs only 200 points, meaning it's great value if you're after a solid card game for your DS. Don't expect much in terms of originality, though.