- The classic Windows '95 game, finally brought to life
- Gorgeous low-resolution artwork
- The durable, waterproof PVC cards even have pixelated corners!
- Much more fun (and safer) than playing real-life Minesweeper
- Pay homage to the godfather of modern office procrastination
Windows 95, arguably the golden era of computing. When that ethereal startup tone
rang out, you knew it could only mean one thing. Well, a few things actually – perhaps it was time to write an exciting word document or draw something abysmal in MSPaint or (much more likely) play a lengthy game of Solitaire
Fast-forward a couple of decades and a brilliant Brooklyn-based design agency has finally brought this cherished game into the real world, we give you Windows 95 Playing Cards
This beautifully-presented deck is adorned with all of Susan Kare's original low-resolution artwork
, but because Solitaire didn't include jokers, she has created a new set of matching jokers specifically for this deck!
The durable PVC cards are waterproof and even feature "pixelated" corners
to give them that extra nostalgic look. They couldn't be any closer to the real deal.
While you're waiting for your cards to arrive, we'd recommend getting in the mood by finally finishing your Geocities website or studying the Ancient Greeks on Encarta.
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