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This game is a single deck version of Tripeaks which uses the standard layout. The game has 10 timed levels and a variety of bonus cards.
The basic gameplay is similar to Tripeaks, where you try to remove cards which are one higher or lower than the card shown atop the waste pile until you have cleared the tableau of cards.
When you remove cards from the playing field you may see special power cards like a bat, a skull, or a chain.
If the final card on the Tripeak is a bonus card it lays aside and ends the round. You can carry bonus cards over from round to round.
This game has 10 timed levels with 4 minutes to complete each.
If you lose on a level it is game over, or you can refresh the browser screen to resume the game playing from the level you lost.
The top left corner of the game has buttons to pause the game or switch to full screen mode.
The top right corner of the game has music and sound control buttons.
Across the top center of the game it shows you current level, cumulative score, and time remaining on the level.
There is a move undo button near the chain bonus multiple. Using the move undo button does not destroy your chain bonus, however you can only undo one move before making another - you can not undo multiple consecutive moves.
Each card placed on the waste pile from the tableau is worth 100 points. This game uses a chain bonus system where subsequent cards consecutively moved to the waste pile are worth 2x, 3, 4x, and so on so that the second card is worth 200, the third card is worth 300, and the fourth card is worth 400.
Each second you have remaining when you complete the level is worth 2 seconds. The low value of time relative to creating a chain multiple makes the best way to achieve a high score is to keep chains going for as long as possible.
Your score is cumulative across all levels. You can submit your score whenever you lose or whenever you complete the final level.
The general strategy for Tripeaks is to work on the lowest parts of the level and try to work on all parts in parallel to leave many play options available until few cards remain.
The strategy for maximizing your score is to keep a long chain going and to stack bonus cards to boost points and keep it going. For example, if you can see a long chain of playable cards ahead click the 2x bonus card & then click to use all of your chain bonus cards consecutively to boost the chain bonus tier. Then when your long streak is about to end lay a wild card to keep it going.