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While this game has pyramid in its name it is actually a variation on Tripeaks solitaire, which also uses the ordinary Tripeaks tableau layout. Click on cards on the tableau which are one higher or lower than the open card atop the waste pile. If you can not make any plays you can click on the next card from the reserves to set it atop the waste pile. The reserves pile shows how many cards you have remaining. To the right of the open pile there is a wild Joker.
This game has 10 timed levels.
The right rail of the game includes a button to shift to full screen mode along with sound and music controls at the top.
Underneath these buttons are your game score, level, remaining time, and bonus tier.
The bottom of the right rail contains a pause button and an undo button.
Try to work on removing the cards which have the most cards underneath them so you need fewer consecutive moves in order to clear all cards.
If two paths have the same depth but using one allows you to make a sequence of plays then make the sequence of plays option.
Using the undo button does not cost you points and does not adversely impact your chain multiplier.
The game has 10 timed levels. The first level gives you 2:50 to complete it. Each subsequent level gives you 10 seconds less to beat it, so you have to beat the final level in 1:20.
You must beat each level to unlock the next level. You can go back and replay a level you got a poor score on to try to improve it.
If you lose a level this game allows you to try again.
Each card you remove from the tableau is worth 100 points. this game uses a chain bonus (which is shown to the right of the waste pile) so that if you remove multiple cards in sequence each removal is worth a multiple of the original value. The second card is worth 200 points and the third card is worth 300 points. If you use the Joker it does not impact your bonus multiplier and allows you to continue running it up. If you do not use the Joker it is worth 500 points.
Cards remaining in the reserves at the end of the level are worth 50 points each.
Each second you have remaining when you complete the level is worth 30 points.
Your game score is cumulative across all 10 levels.