The game also warns that "...this is NOT yer standard 5x5 Poker Solitaire," and for once it is right on the mark. Your goal in the game is to score as high as possible by arranging cards in poker hands, but several rules make it harder than it sounds. For example, aces can count either as high (ace) or low (one), and cards cannot overlap each other. Only poker hands across the rows and diagonals are scored; diagonal hands have a score multiplier of 3, thus compensating for the fact that they are more difficult to arrange. The mouse-driven interface is easy to use, the graphics is more than adequate, and the challenge will appeal to all solitaire fans who are bored with card games that depend only on luck. Unique, fun, and strategic, Gridly comes highly recommended. Like other BSX games I reviewed, this is actually marketed as "shareware" but since the registered version is identical to the shareware one (except for the absence of "nag screen"), I have labelled it freeware here.