Play the classic card game, and the world's most beloved mobile Solitaire app. Beautiful, intuitive, free.→Solitaire
Exercise your brain with Sudoku, the world's most popular puzzle game.→Sudoku
Play a fun and strategic spin on an old classic, Freecell Solitaire.→Freecell Solitaire
Play the most popular and addictive two deck variation of solitaire. You’ll love Spider Solitaire.→Spider Solitaire
Play one of Las Vegas' most popular casino games, Blackjack (also known as 21.)→Blackjack
Meet Jumbline 2, the most addictive word game on mobile devices.→Jumbline 2
Play endless word search puzzles on your mobile device.→Word Search
Try your hand at stealing treasures, but be careful! The perils are many.→Hand of Greed
Jake is passionate about revolutionizing how software is created. While he is not wielding code, he enjoys gliding and sailing.
Farhad lives for legendary design. While he is not immersed in interfacing humanity with technology, or inventing new colors and arranging pixels, he enjoys body-building, writing, and traveling.
Tyler is passionate about creating entertaining games. He loves traveling, hiking, and going to concerts.
Jonathan is a laid back dude that enjoys reading science fiction and herding cats. When not playing Metal Gear, he writes code.
A taco lover from L.A., Estin enjoys creating a fun and dynamic workplace for his colleagues. He also has a passion for art, travel, and anything on wheels.
The only thing Saul likes more than making games is playing them. Now accepting all challengers in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Heather speaks both color and code. When she's not creating on a computer, she can be found writing songs, throwing knives and foraging for mushrooms.
Adelle spends her time writing, gardening, and hiking in the forest. She is a baker of frequent berry crisps and the worst student in her yoga classes.
Kevin’s been playing, designing and coding games since before he could walk. He’s also into board games, good tea and collecting plush alpacas.
Rory treats programming like a game, and sometimes it turns into one! Away from the computer screen, he is a not-entirely-terrible bass guitarist.
Jason writes user interfaces, and investigates new techniques for doing so. When not programming, he enjoys reading history and jogging.