MB Tarot Dictionary conveys an incredible amount of detail about Tarot, the fortune-telling cards of legend and lore. This listing of terms is simple to use and is written in a straightforward way even newcomers can understand.
The program's interface is sparse but functional. We would have liked a more professional layout than its black-and-white display, and maybe a more insightful Help file instruction, but the functions were so basic that it took us practically no effort to get going. The dictionary consisted of an alphabetical listing of a few hundred Tarot-related terms. From Abysmal Tarot to Zodiac Pack and everything in between, this is an impressive collection of words and meanings. All the definitions were written in layman's terms, which made newcomers like us feel as though we fully understood the lingo. The program also aided in our exploration with its useful Search function, which let us seek a specific word rather than scroll through the list. The program isn't much to look at, but it offers so much information that we barely noticed.
MB Tarot Dictionary is freeware. It installs desktop icons without permission and leaves folders behind after uninstalling. While its interface was weak, its information packed a punch, and so we recommend it.