Magic Towers Solitaire
Magic Towers Solitaire has similar rules to the solitaire game Tri Peaks. The object of the game is to clear three peaks made up of cards to win a round. You must place cards from the layout onto the card that is showing at the bottom. Only cards that are one lower or one higher can be placed here, note that the Ace is both high and low. If you cannot place any cards from the layout onto the showing card, click the next card button or the wild card to show a new card.
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.
Tri Peaks is a solitaire card game. The game uses one deck and the object is to clear all the cards. The game is won if all the cards are cleared before or after the last card from the stock is discarded to the waste pile. Try and complete all the levels and achiev the highest score, compete with your friends and more! Enjoy.
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.
Arena Cards Solitaire
The circus comes into a quiet town so all peoples are looking forward to evening show. Though the wicked magician compels to play solitaire from volunteers and till you win the perfomance will not start. Cards can be moved from one stack to another in the tableau if they are in descending order and of a different color. Groups of cards can be moved from one stack to another only if a corresponding number of free cells are available.
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.
Move all cards to the foundations in this Flower Solitaire Game from Ace to King. You can place cards on other top cards if they are 1 lower in value and have another color (red on black and black on red). For example: move a red 9 on a black 10. You also can move groups of cards.
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.
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.