Key Details of Klondike Solitaire SP

  • A Globally Popular Card Game.
  • Last updated on September 1, 2020
  • There have been 9 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)

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Klondike Solitaire SP 0/4

Developer's Description

A Globally Popular Card Game.

Points about the App

The rules change, allowing the game to be enjoyed by everyone from beginners to veterans.

With the addition of a continue function you can start and stop whenever you want with ease.

You can now redo giving you a chance to rethink your plan as much as you want.

There are new card designs featuring larger, easy-to-see numbers.

There's support for leaderboards and achievements.

Compare your results with players around the world, and give yourself a goal to work towards.

Rule Details

[DRAW 1]

Cards are flipped one by one from the deck

[DRAW 3]

Cards are flipped 3 cards at a time from the deck

How to Play

At the beginning of the game, a card faced down is placed at the upper right of the screen, and seven rows of cards are lined horizontally beneath it.

The card at the bottom of each row is turned face up.

Next, next to the card facing downward in the upper right of the screen, the number of cards selected at the start of the game will be flipped.

The top flipped card can be moved by double-tapping or dragging.

Cards can be stacked on the bottom card of each row if it is a different color and one number lower.

When stacking continuous cards, they can be moved all together or by specified amounts.

If a row becomes empty, you can stack cards by different color and one lower number, starting with a King.

In the four frames on the top left of the screen, cards of the same suit can be stacked in consecutive order, starting with an Ace.

If there are no cards you want to move, you can tap the card face down on the upper right of the screen to flip a new card.

If there are no cards to flip, tapping the same area will return the flipped cards back to the deck.

If you can move all the cards from Ace to King to the four frames on the upper left of the screen, you clear the stage!

Licenses & Credits

Cards type1 designed by Mauricio Duque / CC BY 4.0

Buttons background designed by starline / Freepik

Background designed by Vector_Corp / Freepik

Thank you to all authors of free material.

(C)2017 Softrance All Rights Reserved.

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