All games that came bundled with Microsoft Windows, and all of them are supremely addictive in their “one-more-game” capacity.
What’s really interesting though is that none of them were included to be purely played as a game. They were all included to actually teach you something; namely, how to control the mouse (Mental Floss). Solitaire is designed as a drag-and-drop game, whilst Minesweeper teaches you how to left and right click, as well as use precision pointing and speed. Hearts was a way to get people interested in networking capabilities, and FreeCell was a stealth test of software systems.
I’m a big fan of Minesweeper (it’s one of my go-to games on my mobile!), and I remember when I was younger that I spent a lot of time trying to master the game. Which is your favourite game of the four? Onwards!