Can you solve this extremely difficult classic pyramid solitaire game? Combine 2 cards that in total have 13 in value and try to remove all cards to solve the game. A King is 13 points worth and can be removed as 1 card, a Queen is 12 points, a Jack is 11 points, an Ace is 1 point and the rest is worth their face value.
Spin the cards around and match the symbols in groups of four. Keep an eye on Jack the card dealer. Jack will tell you which cards win the jackpot. But the clock is ticking, so hurry up! A unique 'spin' on matching games.
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Countess Patience is a classic solitaire variation. The object of the game is to move all of the cards to the foundation. The foundation may be built up or down regardless of suit. For example, if the Foundation is showing a 7, then 6 or 8 may be played onto it. When you can't make any more moves, turn over the top of the stock and place it face-up on top of the foundation pile, then once again make any moves available on the tableau.
Cards Wars is a turn-based strategy game. Your soldiers are the playing cards - use them to conquer the whole map.
Governor of Poker 2
Finally it’s there, Governor of Poker 2! Packed with lots and lots of extra’s! More cities to conquer and tournaments to play. Great new features, challenges and enemies to defeat. Are you ready for a new exciting adventure in the Wild West? Governor of Poker 2 starts where the first game ended, but nothing is what it seems to be.
A fun solitaire game. The goal is to remove all cards from the table. You can place a card on top of a card in the foundation if the card is bigger or smaller by one. You can send any card to an empty slot. Use the mouse to click on a card you want to send up to the foundation.
Crystal Golf Solitaire
Deceptively simple to play - just click the cards that are one above or below the home card - and try to clear the table before the deck runs out! Jokers are wild cards, and they can be played on any cards, so use them wisely.
Organise the cards into their suits in this highly addictive web game. Build 8 HOME stacks from King to Ace of the same suit. Cards must be stacked in descending order but can be different suits. You can only move multiple cards between stacks if they are of the same suit. Click on a card to pick it up. Move the card with the mouse to a new stack. Click the card to place it on the new stack. If no moves are available click the deck to deal another row of cards.