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This game is a fusion of Freecell and Klondike. You have 7 minutes to move all cards to the foundations.
Cards are dealt onto the tableau like traditional Klondike, but the game also has 4 free cells at the top. You can shuffle through the reserves an unlimited number of times & you go through them in turn 1 fashion.
Cards on the tableau can be played in descending order while alternating suit color, then build up the four foundations by suit.
Use the free cells to temporarily store cards when you are stuck.
Only Kings and stacks of cards which start with a King can be moved to an open column on the tableau.
The bottom left corner of the game has a button to enter full screen mode. All other game controls are in the right column.
At the top of the right column it shows your current score and your remaining time.
Underneath those data points there is a pause button, a button to turn autplay of cards to the foundations on or off, an undo move button, and buttons to control game sounds and game music.
You can use the undo move button up to 3 times.
The top cards of tableau piles and cards from the Free Cells are always available for play.
You can build tableau piles down in descending order while alternating colors.
Only one card at a time can be moved (but you can move group of cards in the proper sequence if you have enough free cells and/or empty tableau piles).
Empty columns on the tableau can be filled by Kings or any sequential run of cards which starts with a King and alternates suit colors.
The top card of any tableau pile can also be moved to any Free Cell.
Each Free Cell may contain only one card. Cards in the cells can be moved to the foundation piles or back to the tableau piles, if possible.
Once a cell does not contain any cards in it you can then use the cell again.
Try to uncover the Aces quickly and create open columns on the tableau early.
Try to leave most of the free cells empty most of the time other than when you need to briefly use them to re-organize other cards.
If you have a choice between using cards from the reserves or the tableau it is usually best to play the cards from the tableau until all of them are turned face up. If you have two tableau columns you can play from in most cases it is better to move cards off of the stack with the most face down cards underneath it.
Remember that only Kings can be moved to new columns on the tableau, so it may not make sense to combine some card runs if there are no face down cards underneath those columns.
Each card moved from the tableau to a foundation is worth 10 points. You also gain 10 points for each time you use a free cell.
You also score points for how much time you have remaining, with each second you have remaining when the level is complete being worth 50 points.
The key to scoring high in this game is to finish it quickly.