Solitaire has gone from a niche gaming game for a small group of people to a billion-dollar franchise with more than 400 million copies sold.
Solitaire’s new game, Playbook, will be the centerpiece of an upcoming documentary by PBS called “Playbook: Inside the Secret World of Solitaire.”
The documentary will feature interviews with game makers, executives and entrepreneurs who helped create the games success.
The first installment, “Solitaire’s Next Big Thing,” will be released Nov. 3.
Playbook is a digital game of the highest caliber available.
In it, players are tasked with creating a deck of cards and assembling them into a stack.
As the game progresses, players build and improve their game, which they can buy and sell.
“There is a lot to love about this new game,” said Alex Wiblin, executive producer of the documentary.
“Solomon’s latest game, ‘Playbook,’ will be an opportunity to explore the intersection of gaming, finance, technology, and business in a way that has never been done before.”
Solitaire players will have access to the game’s rich library of cards.
“This is the next big thing in gaming and we are excited to see how this will play out on the big screen,” said Wibler.
Playbooks feature a wide range of different game play styles, from classic strategy games to innovative board games.
In addition to the documentary, the production company has acquired the rights to produce more content about Solitaire over the coming months.
The series, called “Solutions,” will include interviews with developers, business executives and business executives who have helped create Solitaire.
“In Playbook: Solitaire,” the first installment will be available for free on the PBS website starting Nov. 2, and will be accompanied by a companion app.
“Solving” is the latest initiative by PBS to explore its partnership with the gaming industry, which includes its series “The Big Game,” which features interviews with gaming industry leaders.
The “Big Game” team also features the executive producers of the popular “PBS’ Next Big Deal” series and the “Parks and Recreation” spinoff, which premieres this summer.
The latest “Solves” initiative will not only be available on the web, but also on the HBO app, which will be made available in early December.
“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to bring Solitaire to the next generation of fans, including Solairens kids, and to create a brand new series to further the game industry’s mission to make the world a better place,” said Michael J. Casey, president of PBS’ Entertainment and Digital, in a statement.
Solairen’s game has received a ton of buzz since its debut.
It is widely considered to be one of the most profitable games ever created.
Solariens game, released in 2004, has now been downloaded more than 9 billion times and has sold more than 4.6 million copies, according to GameTrailers.com.
Solaires current stock price is more than $50 million.
“We’re thrilled to be bringing the first episode of ‘Solutions’ to our fans, and are looking forward to building on the incredible success of ‘Playbooks’ to deliver the next chapter of the Solaire franchise,” said J. Michael Tatum, chairman and chief executive officer of Solaire.
The production company, which is based in San Francisco, will also continue to distribute the new episodes of the series.
“A new chapter in Solaire’s life is unfolding and we want to make sure it stays on the air and accessible for as long as we possibly can,” Casey said.
Solariais game is not the only new game to make its way to the PBS network.
In June, Solaire announced that it has a new show on Netflix called “A Very Solaire Christmas,” which is produced by “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.”
The show will premiere in December and will include segments from Solaire and other family members as they talk about how they have dealt with illness and how they cope.
Solarens newest title, “A Tale of Two Brothers,” is a story of two brothers, who work in different industries, and their relationship.
They both work at the same office, which has an old computer that is inoperable due to the virus.
When one brother gets a job at the company, the other brother moves in and works there.
After a few years, both brothers decide to move out of their old offices and start a new life together.
“What I really love about Solaire is that its really easy to make an easy-to-play game and I really like the simplicity of the controls and how quickly you can learn,” said David J. DeSantis, CEO of Solarie.
“It is really fun to play and you get a sense