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Immerse yourself in the idyllic Hawaiian Islands of Aloha Solitaire. Get away from it all without leaving the comfort of your home. Relax with a mix of traditional solitaire and mahjong on the warm sands of Hawaii. Aloha Solitaire can be played in two different modes, normal, and hard. Power up cards will help you get to the next level, but use them wisely, as they are limited. Every level has a different challenge and a different look.
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