The solitaire of the game heads - gender-appropriate, diverse, free and without advertising
With the solitaire of the game heads you play the original solitaire game in a new design: gender-appropriate and diverse. You have all the functions of a common solitaire - draw 1 and 3 cards, undo, restart and count points. And the whole thing is completely free, without advertising and for as many games in a row as you want to play.
How does this work?
You only play the normal solitaire in the new design. So the goal is to put the cards in the right order and then line them up on the top of the discard pile from Ace to King. The cards can be sorted in descending order and with alternating colors. To move a card, tap or drag it to the right place. If you'd rather relax, you can play 1 card draw mode. If you want a real challenge for your brain cells, there is also the 3 card draw mode.
There are alternating queens and kings on the K card. For women and boys, gender roles are broken up, for example there are also women with short hair or boys holding a flower. Different forms of femininity and masculinity are shown.
Every card looks different - just like us. There is no room for stereotypes. There are people with different skin colors, religions or people with disabilities.
Our maps are drawn by different artists with different backgrounds.
The number cards remain the same as with the old deck. With the playing heads cards you can play normally.
Free of charge and without advertising - that's clear, right?
You are wondering why we need new designs for the cards?
Why is there no queen in the classic deck of cards? Why is everyone in most games white? Why do women always have long hair and boys always have swords in their hands? And what do such images do with our idea of normality?
In the obsolete deck of cards, the highest position is occupied by men, everyone is white, and the distribution of roles between men and women is very outdated. We grow up with these images and they become normal for us. This is how stereotypes and prejudices develop in our heads from an early age.
Games should be fun and bring people together, whether online or offline.
To do this, we need more diverse and fairer images in which very different people can find themselves. The game heads redesign games to make important topics such as equality accessible to everyone in a playful way.
The portrayal of women, black people and other marginalized groups is extremely important. This is how we bring discussions to the game night and encourage people to think.
The game heads design new games - gender-appropriate and diverse - analog and digital.
For more information and our analog products: Skat, Doppelkopf and Rummy have a look here: