Solitaire card game against the clock. You have to find all the cards for each position of the clock without turning over all four kings. Reveal all four kings before finding all the others and the game is over.
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.
The rank refers to the value of the cards. The numeric order of the cards is usually this: A - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - J - Q - K. So the Ace is the card with the lowest rank, and the king has the highest rank. When you redeal , you are turning the pile of cards upside down to create a new stock pile. Some games allow an unlimited number of redeals, some just one, and other don't allow any redeal of cards. The stock is the pile from where the cards are dealt from. Usually cards are removed from the stock and played to the foundation or waste until the stock is empty. The suit is referring to the type of the cards. There are 4 types: Hearts, Spades, Diamonds and Clubs. The Hearts and Diamonds are red, and the Spades and Clubs are black. The waste and tableau are other types of piles. The tableau is used to search through the cards for opportunities, and the top card from the waste can be moved to another pile, depending on the type of game.
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.
Play a Klondike game in parallel against a computer opponent. Be the first to remove all cards by moving all your cards to the 8 piles on the right. Start with the Ace in then on suit in ascending order. On the tableau: create stacks in descending order and alternate colors (Red Queen on Black King, etc). You can place only a King on an empty stack. Click the deck on the left to get a new open card. You can play on all 8 piles on the right but on the tableau only on your stacks.
The classic Klondike rules apply with 1 exception: Create 4 stacks on the foundations. On the playing field you can move cards or stacks of cards if you play it on a value 1 higher and of an alternate color. There is 1 twist that makes this game more enjoyable then the classic Klondike game: you can place any card or stacks to an empty spot.
Aztec Pyramid Solitaire
Inspired by the game Pyramid Solitaire, help raise the pyramids to the powerful Aztec Gods in this lavish, original update of the card game classic.
The castle's covered! Dig through the deck and clear things up! Click on a card with a value of one greater than or less than the card shown in the discard pile to remove it from the board. Clear all the cards from the board to win a round! Tip: The Ace counts as both a high and low card, so you can play a 2 or a King on it!
Mahjong Card Solitaire
Clear the cards as quickly as you can in this original take on these two popular casual games. Select two matching cards to remove them. Try to remove them all.
Fupa Forty Thieves Solitaire
In this solitaire card game you need to move all the cards to the 8 foundation piles at the upper right corner. The foundation piles must be built in suit from A to K. You can use the tableau piles (the middle 10 piles) to hole the cards temporarily while you build up the cards in the foundation piles. Each time you can only move the top card in a tableau pile, and you can put a card in a tableau pile only if it has the same suit and is 1 point smaller than the top card in the pile. There is a stock card on the top left and you can click the pile and turn a card to the waste pile. You can move the top card from the waste pile to the foundation or tableau piles. When you have used all the stock cards, and you still cannot put all the cards to the foundation, then you lose the game.