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Build the four piles (top right) up in suit from Ace to King. Cards on the tableau are build down in alternate color. Groups of cards can be moved if they are in sequence down and in alternate color. Empty spaces can be filled by a King or a sequence starting with a King.
The tableau contains a varying number of rows depending on the level you are on. For example, on the first level there are 10 columns with 3 cards each and 22 in reserves. As you advance through the game each level has a different layout. Initially it starts with removing a column from the tableau each time until the fifth level has 6 columns & the remaining 34 cards are dealt to the reserves. The eighth level retains 6 columns on the tableau, but the cards are distributed more unevenly like a tradtional 7-column game of klondike solitaire.
You can go through the stock multiple times if you need to.
This game has 8 levels with each level having 20 seconds less than the prior to complete it. The first level is 6 minutes and 40 seconds, the second level is 6 minutes and 20 seconds, the third level is 6 minutes, the fourth level is 5 minutes and 40 seconds, the fifth level is 5 minutes and 20 seconds, the sixth level is 5 minutes, the seventh level is 4 minutes and 40 seconds, and the eighth level is 4 minutes and 20 seconds.
You can go back and replay any level at any time to try to improve your score on it, but you must beat all prior levels to unlock a new level.
You generally should prefer to play cards from the tableau rather than the reserves as you can go through the reserves repeatedly one card at a time. If a column on the tableau has more cards face down in it you should also prefer pulling from that stack to a shorter stack (unless pulling from a shorter stack eables you to make free spaces to move a king from a longer stack onto).
This game does not have an undo button. If a move ends your ability to make moves a game over screen appears.
As soon as all the cards on the tableau are face up you can rapidly click on the stock to cycle through the cards until the game is complete as cards you can play to the foundations are automatically laid.