The latest version of (i)Klondike is 11.8, a Universal application which runs on Mac OS X 10.9 and later on Intel-based Macs, and on Mac OS X 11 and later on Apple Silicon-based Macs. Klondike 11 was completely rewritten in Objective-C for Cocoa, Apple's latest framework for Macintosh applications. iKlondike 11 is a version of the same code base which is released through the Mac App Store. The previous (10.4) version is still available as a Universal Carbon application for both Intel and PPC systems running Mac OS X 10.4 thru 10.12.
is offered through the Mac App Store, Klondike is shareware. If
you enjoy Klondike and would like to keep playing it, please
register it or purchase iKlondike
at the Mac App Store.
Older versions of Klondike support earlier versions of Mac OS X as well as Macintosh System 6, 7, 8 and 9, in color or B/W, and run on any Macintosh computer from the Plus to the latest model. It allows you to play five different solitaire games: Klondike, Canfield, Golf, Racing Demons, or FreeCell.
Klondike 9.1 is an earlier, PPC-only version requiring Mac OS X or at least Mac OS 8.5 with CarbonLib 1.1 or later installed. This version of Klondike does not include the FreeCell game, but it allows the cards and layout to be expanded for easier viewing, if you have installed a suitable scalable font. It also includes a set of high resolution face card images, for a more pleasing appearance when the cards have been expanded.
Klondike 7.7.1, while it does not support an expanded layout, will run on any MacOS computer running System 6.x or later, including Mac OS X with Aqua (thanks to Eric Grant, author of FATCarbon, which allows Klondike to function as either a Carbon or Classic application automatically). Version 7.7.1 has been tested on System 6.x with the Mac Plus, and has been enhanced for compatibility with MacOS X and Aqua. Download the version appropriate for your system using one of the following links:
Other versions are also available here.
Klondike was originally written in 1984 for the original 128K Macintosh. To read a narrative history of Klondike, click here. For a version history, click here.
You can also browse Klondike’s online help at this site. The topics available here are:
Send problems, comments and suggestions to email@example.com.