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This game has an ancient Egypt theme to it. Each level of this game has a unique design, but other than the layout the play is the same as traditional Pyramid Solitaire.
This is a timed 40-level game where you pair cards which add up to 13 to remove them from the tableau.
Kings are discarded individually. Other valid pairs are Queen-Ace, Jack-2, 10-3, 9-4, 8-5, and 7-6.
You can pair multiple cards from the tableau together, or pair one of them with the card atop the waste pile.
If you are unable to make any more pairs on the playing field you can grab a new card from the reserves or use one of your Jokers and pair it up with a card on the tableau.
The key to beating this game is to work on the biggest stacks first to give yourself the most optionality.
If you have pairs matched up on the tableau but neither card has any card underneath it you can wait to pair it up so that if either card is needed to pair with another card that has cards underneath it you can.
One tricky part in this game is some levels have what appear to be stand alone cards that have 2 or 3 cards directly under them.
The controls for this game are in the right column.
At the top there are sound effect and music control buttons.
Then it shows your current level, current level score, and time remaining in the current level.
Under these data points are buttons to pause the game, undo moves, restart the game, and go to full screen mode.
This game has 40 levels. Each level offers 3 minutes to complete it. You have to beat each level to unlock the next.
On the level select screen each unlocked level is brown and each locked level is gray. The score for each beat level is shown atop it and your overall cumulative game score is shown at the top of the page.
You can go back and replay any level from the level select screen if you want to try to improve your score on it.
Each match you make is worth 100 points. If you match a card with a Joker or you remove a King by itself then either of those are worth 50 points.
When you undo a move it costs you 200 points.
You also score points based on how much time you have remaining when you beat the level. Each second you have remaining is worth 5 points.
Unused reserve cards are worth 100 points each and unused Jokers are worth 500 points each.
Your game score is cumulative across all levels.
If you lose a level you are offered the opportunity to replay it again.