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This is a 3-level timed game where players try to build 4 acending suited foundations from Ace to King.
Initially the cards on the tableau are dealt similarly to Klondike, except all cards are face up.
On the tableau players build down sequentially while alternating suit colors & then build up the foundations from Ace to King in ascending order.
Only Kings or sequential runs of cards which alternate suits and start with a King may be laid to open tableau columns.
The reserves are dealt in draw one format & you can work through the reserves multiple times.
When you can't make any more moves click on the reserves to deal the next card. When you have exhausted the reserve pile click on the reset button on it to shuffle through the cards again.
Cards which have been laid to the foundations can not be replayed to the tableau.
This game is far easier than regular Klondike as you can see where all the cards are at in advance & (at least on the first level) the reserves are turn one.
Try to get the Aces to the foundations as soon as you can and create open columns on the tableau to move Kings to which you can build down from.
You can only lay Kings to an empty column, so if you see the Queen of an alternate suit further down the same stack be sure you lay that Queen to the alternate King. If you lay another Queen first you likely won't be able to complete the level due to having cards stuck.
If you get stuck you can use the undo button an unlimited number of times.
Game controls are in the right column. At the top it shows level, cumulative game score, and remaining level time.
Underneath those data points are 6 buttons to turn autoplay on or off, undo moves, pause the game, switch to full screen mode, control game sounds & control game music.
This game has 3 timed levels. Each level gives you 10 minutes to complete it.
The way levels get more difficult is you shift from draw 1 to draw 2 to draw 3 as you advance from the first, to the second, then third level.
Each card you place on a foundation is worth 10 points, for a maximum base score of 520 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 10 points.
If you lose a level and no moves are possible it will show an End Game button. Instead of clicking that you can refresh the page to continue your game on the current level.
Your game score is cumulative across levels.