3 Keys Solitaire

Fun Tripeaks type of solitaire card game. Click/tap on cards on the tableau that are 1 higher or 1 lower then the open card(s) top right. Click on the stack (top left) to get a new open card. Unlock extra foundation spots with the key cards.
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Taj Mahal Solitaire

Taj Mahal Solitaire is a combination of Klondike and Indian Patience. Try to get all cards to the top 4 foundations from Ace to King. You can build cards on the tableau down (except on the same color) and you can also move sequences. If on a tableau column there is 1 card left, then the card becomes protected until the stock (top left) is depleted. A protected card cannot be used on the tableau. Click on the stock to get a new open card. On an empty tableau column you can place any card (or sequence).
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Freecell Giza Solitaire

Classic Pyramid Solitaire game with freecells: Add up two cards to a total value of 13 to remove the cards. A King (K) is 13 points and can be removed as a single card, a Queen (Q) is 12 points, a Jack (J) is 11 points and an Ace (A) is worth 1 point. Use the freecells (top) wisely. Every new level is more difficult because it has once freecell less.
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Spider Solitaire 1 suit

Classic Spider Solitaire game with 1 suit. Make sequences of cards from King to Ace to remove them from the game. You can move a card or a valid sequence to an empty spot or to a card 1 higher in value. Click on the stack (top left) to get new cards.
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Freecell Klondike Solitaire

A cross-over game between Freecell and Klondike Solitaire. Your goal is to get all cards to the 4 foundations (top right): in suit and in ascending order, starting from Ace. On the tableau you can place cards in descending order and alternating color.
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Giza Solitaire

Giza solitaire is a difficult varation on the classic Pyramid Solitaire game. Combine 2 cards to a total value of thirteen (13) to remove the cards from the playing field. A Jack (J) is 11 points, a Queen (Q) is 12 points and a King (K) is 13 points. A king can be removed on its own.
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Secret Double Klondike

Build the eight foundations up in suit from Ace to King (top of the screen). On the tableau the cards can be placed in descending order and in alternating colors. You can also click the stock (left) to get a new open card.
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Wild West Solitaire

Klondike type of card game that starts easy and and gets more difficult in next levels. Build the four top foundations in suit up from Ace to King. Cards on the tableau can be played on top of other cards in sequence down, but with alternation color. You can place any card or a sequense of cards on an empty spot. Click on the stack )top left) to get a new open card.
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Winter Solitaire

It's winter in this Solitaire game, create stacks on the 4 foundations from Ace to King. You can move cards on the tableau by placing those cards onto other cards if they are 1 higher in value and of alternating color: so for example place a red 9 on a black 10. You can also move groups of cards.
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Freecell Solitaire

Classic Freecell Solitaire game. All cards from 1 deck are dealt into 8 tableau piles. There are Four Free Cells (top left) and four foundation piles (top right). The object of the game is to build up all 52 cards on foundations from Ace to King by suit. Top cards of tableau piles and cards from the Free Cells are available for play. You can build tableau piles down by alternating color. Only one card at a time can be moved (but you can move group of cards in the proper sequence if you have enough free Cells and/or tableau piles). Thet op card of any tableau pile can also be moved to any Free Cell. Each Free Cell may contain only one card. Cards in the cells can be moved to the foundation piles or back to the tableau piles, if possible.
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Double Freecell

Twice the number of cards, double the Fun! All cards from 2 decks are dealt into 10 tableau piles. There are 6 Free Cells (top left) and 4 Foundation piles (top right). The object of the game is to build up all cards on the foundations by suit from Ace to King, wrapping to Ace and then to King again. Top cards of tableau piles and cards from the Free Cells are available for play. You can build tableau piles down bij alternate color. Only one card at a time can be moved (but you can move groups of cards in the proper sequence if you have enough Free Cells and/or empty tableau piles). The top card of any tableau pile can also be moved to any Free Cell. Each Free Ceel may contain only 1 card. Cards in the Free Cells may be moved to the foundation piles or back to the tableau piles, if possible.
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3 Pyramid Tripeaks 2

Fun scrolling Tripeaks Solitaire game in Ancient Egypt. Remove all cards by playing cards that are 1 higher or 1 lower in value then the open card (bottom right).
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Gin Rummy

Play this classic 2 player Gin Rummy game. Be the first to get 100 points and win. The rules for Gin Rummy can be found in game.
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Eight Off

Similar game as Freecell, but predating it and with 8 Free Cells. In contrast to Freecell, build sequences on suit instead of alternating color. Move all cards to the 4 foundations (top right) on suit, ascending. Use the 8 free cells to temporarily park cards.
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Black Widow Solitaire

Variant on the classic Spider Solitaire card game. Create sequences of cards in suit from King to Ace to remove them from the game. You can move a card or a valid sequence (independent of color) to an empty spot or to a card 1 higher in value. Click on the stack (top left) to get new cards.
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Magic Castle Solitaire

Build a Magic castle in this colorfull tripeaks game. Remove all cards from the game by playing cards that are 1 higher or 1 lower in value then the open card at the bottom. Use the speciale bonuscards to help you.
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Skyscraper Solitaire

Visit the tallest Skyscrapers in the world in this Tripeaks game. You can remove cards that are 1 higher or 1 lower in value then the open card at the bottom. Use the bonus cards wisely.
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Kings Klondike

Klondike Solitaire game with 2 decks and hidden cards. Build the eight foundations up in suit from Ace to King (top of screen). On the tableau the cards are played in descending order and with alternating colors. You can draw a new open card using the stock cards on the left.
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Snowy Peaks Solitaire

Fun scrolling Tripeaks Solitaire game with Snowy peaks. Remove all cards by playing cards that are 1 higher or 1 lower in value then the open card (bottom right).
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Ancient Wonders Solitaire

Discover the ancient wonders in this pyramid solitaire game. Add up two cards to a value of 13. The A=1, the J=11, the Q=12 and the K=13 and is removed on its own. Remove all cards to advance to the next level.
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Spite and Malice

Play this classic card game also know as Cat and Mouse or Skip-bo against a computer opponent. The object of this game is to get rid of your stack of cards on the left by placing them on the 3 centre stacks. The first card on the centre stack needs to be an Ace and then you can place cards upwards to a Queen (A-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-J-Q and suits are irrelevant). You can play cards from your stack at the left, your hand (middle 5 cards) or your 4 discard piles (on the right). Your turn ends when you place a card from your hand to 1 of the discard piles. Only the top card of your play stack, your hand cards and the top cards of the discard piles are available for play. The King is wild and can be used for any value.
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Thieves of Egypt

Move all cards to the 8 foundations from Ace to King. On the tableau you can place cards on other cards in descending order and alternating color. Click on the stack (top left) to get new open cards.
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Ancient Rome Solitaire

Tripeaks Solitaire game. Remove all cards by selecting free cards that are 1 higher or 1 lower in value then the open card at the bottom. Click on the closed stack to get a new open card.
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Wild West Klondike

Klondike solitaire game: move all cards to the top 4 stacks from Ace to King. On the tableau place cards in descending order and alternate color. Click on the top left stack to get a new open card.
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Firemen Solitaire

Stack cards on two card wheels. On the right stack from 7 up to King and on the left stack down from 6 to Ace. You can play 1 of the 8 cards above or below the wheels. You can play on the 2 wheels or on the open stack in the right circle and you can get new cards from the closed stack in the left circle. There is 1 redeal of the stack.
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Hartenjagen

Dutch hearts game only in Dutch language. This version is played with 32 cards and each hearts card is one penalty point, the queen of spades is 5 penalty points and the jack of clubs is 2 penalty points.
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Hearts

After looking at his or her hand, each player chooses three cards and passes them face down to another player. All players must pass their own cards before looking at the cards received from an opponent. The passing rotation is: 1. to the player on your left, 2 to the player on your right, 3 to the player across the table, 4. no passing. This rotation repeats until the game ends.The player holding the 2 of clubs (after the passing) plays that card to start the first trick. Each player must follow suit if possible. If a player has no cards in the suit led, a card of any other suit may be discarded. Exception: If a player has no clubs when the first trick is led, a heart or the Queen of Spades cannot be played.The highest card of the suit led wins a trick (there is no trumps in this game). The winner of the trick gets all the cards and starts the next trick. Hearts may not be led until a heart or the Queen of Spades has been played (this is called 'breaking' hearts). The Queen of Spades can be led at any time. At the end of each hand, the number of hearts a player has taken, is counted; they count for 1 point each. The Queen of Spades is 13 points. If a player has won all 13 hearts and the Queen of Spades, that player can choose to subtract 26 points from his score, or to add 26 points to every other player's score.Hearts is played to 100 points, when a player reaches this score, the game ends. The player with the lowest score wins.
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Ride the Bus

Classic card game: 31. Try to get as close as possible to 31 on the same suit or get 30 points on 3 of a kind. Stop the bus if you think you can win a round.
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Christmas Solitaire

Klondike solitaire game for Christmas: move all cards to the top 4 stacks from Ace to King. On the tableau place cards in descending order and alternate color. Click on the top left stack to get a new open card.
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Tri-Fruit Solitaire

Tripeaks Solitaire game with Fruit. Remove cards that are 1 higher or lower then the open card at the bottom.
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