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Eagle Wing is a patience game with a strong element of chance. Build up in suit on the foundations, and attempt to clear the 13 cards in the centre of the two wings.
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.
Look at old classical solitaire with a fresh pair of eyes! Try the first game in the series of 3D solitaires.
Made for Flash Player 9 or higher.
Le Cadran is a two-pack patience game in which you must build in suit from ace to king on the eight foundations. Only a single card may be moved at a time, and cards are stacked in the tableau by suit. Cards can be dealt to the waste pile from the stock by clicking on the face down card.
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Hone your card skills with the one-suit casual version, practice your techniques on the two-suit normal version, and prepare to take on what is possibly the toughest solitaire game in the world – the full four-suit expert mode!
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In this game there are four foundation piles at the centre of the play area and 8 tableau piles surrounding the foundation piles. At the start of the game the aces are dealt to the foundation piles and 6 cards are dealt to each of the tableau piles. The object of the game is to move all the cards to the foundation piles. The foundation piles are built up in suit, while the tableau piles are built down regardless of suit. Each time you can only move one card from the top of a tableau pile.
At the start of this game 11 cards will be dealt as the reserve cards (also known as the terrace) and 4 cards will be dealt to the tableau (the bottom piles). First, you need to decide the base card of the foundation by dragging one of the cards to the foundation (the middle piles). After that, cards will be dealt to the empty tableau and the game starts. The object is to move all the cards to the foundation (built up in alternate colours, wrapping from K to A if necessary). The tableau piles should be built down in alternate colours (also wrapping from A to K if necessary). Emtpy tableau can only be filled by a card from the waste pile (the pile to the right of the covered stock pile). The reserve cards can only be moved directly to the foundation. You can click the stock pile to open a card and put in to the waste pile. When the stock cards are exhausted, you can flip the waste cards and deal again, but this time any card on the waste pile must be used immediately. If there are no valid moves, then the game is over.
Wordsjong is a Mahjong game with a twist. Instead of CHI (eat) 1,2,3 or 2,3,4 type of numbered sequence tiles, you now have to CHI food name (cod, bun, etc). Everything else is pretty much the same to the original game except that this is much more simplified.
Further, free style, means that you are not resitrcted to the popular 3 Fan rule. You will be able to win in any way as long as it is a winning pattern. Of course, score still varies. depending on your hand.
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