A challenging solitaire game that will make your mouse click and your brain crack. Build the eight foundations from the 104 cards, mixed up in ten piles and one more. Two decks, 104 cards, and YOU. This is going to be something!
Try this wildly popular variation on an old favorite. Start out on Easy then work your way up to Medium and Hard to become a real pro.
Cards and Diamonds
Make combinations of 3 or more cards on the grid. Create combinations of the same cards (for example Q Q Q) or cards in ascending or descending order (for example 5 6 7).
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Move all 52 cards to the foundations in order from Ace to King. You can move cards on the playing field on top of another card by alternating color if the value is 1 lower. You can also move groups of cards if they have the proper sequence. You can move any card to an open spot on the playing field.
The Ace of Spades IV
Pile all cards by sequence until the stage is clear. For instance: 3, 2, A, K, Q, J, 10, J, Q, K, A, 2, 3, 4, 5, 4, 3... The order can be ascending, descending or both. The bigger the sequence, the higher you'll score. Ex: 100, 200, 300, 400... Another solitaire variation game. New audio effects and improved game play.
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.
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.