Flick Solitaire rounds off Black History Month with Halloween card deck
A new deck of cards has been included a Flick Solitaire update.
Throughout October, Flick Solitaire has actually been honoring Black History Month with unique celebratory card decks designed by black artists from around the globe. Today marks the final of their offerings, this time featuring a set of scary Halloween influenced cards developed by Philadelphia based artist Rain Demetri
Demetri is an innovative who balances her independent artist profession with a task in building and construction as a carpenter, and her Monster Trouble deck of cards designed particularly for Flick Solitaire function ghoulish characters suitable for any Halloween party. Scary in-game impacts likewise accompany this new upgrade.
Flick Solitaire’s Black History Month celebrations initially took place at the start of the month with Jemila Green-Okoloba’s sweet baked deck, Best in Dough. The week after featured street pop influenced deck called Skull-duggery, created by Croydon artist Bareface Then came a deck which included motivation faces from black history created by Giftie Rain Demetri’s cards mark the last update to this month’s commemorative decks.
” October has been our busiest month. It’s a lot to manage supporting the artists to fulfill due dates for new deck launches but so much fun,” says Ian Masters, developer on Flick Solitaire. “It’s constantly excellent to see the ended up artwork in-game. I’m excited for fans to see who’s up next. Our new decks show our celebrations aren’t stopping in between now and New Year that’s for sure. We are just a small group at Flick Solitaire but a big heart for our artists and their work.”
Gamers can now get on Flick Solitaire and have a look at the ‘Artist of the Week’ feature showcasing the brand-new cards by downloading the video game from the iOS App Store or Google Play for Android