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Play Osmosis SolitaireOsmosis Solitaire Game

Plays: 11486
Category: Cards
Osmosis, also known as Treasure Trove, is an interesting solitaire game played with a deck of 52 standard playing cards. Your goal in this game is to move all cards by suit regardless of ranks to the foundations. When the game starts, you will be given 4 vertically arranged reserve piles on the left of the screen. Each of these reserve piles has 3 face-down cards plus 1 face-up card on the top. In the middle of the screen are 4 vertically arranged foundations. 1 face-up card will be dealt to the top foundation as the starting rank, while the other foundations are empty. The remaining cards are placed face-down to the stock pile at the top right, and then 1 face-up card will be dealt to the discard pile underneath. The foundations are to be built by suit regardless of ranks. Note that the three empty foundations must begin with cards of the same rank as the first card of the top foundation, for example, if the first card of the top foundation is an 8 of hearts, the other foundations must also start with an 8. Cards in the foundations are fanned from left to right. After a card of the starting rank has been placed to an empty foundation, you can move a card to this foundation if a card of the same rank has already been placed in the foundation above it. For example, an 8 of spades has been moved to the second foundation, and in the top foundation are 8, 3 and J of hearts. In this case, you can move 3 and J of spades to the second foundation. Each time you can click and drag the top card from a reserve pile or the discard pile to the foundations. If you have run out of moves, you can click the stock pile to deal a new card to the discard pile. When the stock pile has run out of cards, you can click the empty stock pile to redeal. Play now and see how quickly you can collect all cards!
Play Demons and Thieves SolitaireDemons and Thieves Solitaire Game

Plays: 11235
Category: Cards
A fantastic crossover of the famous Demon Solitaire and Forty Thieves Solitaire, Demons and Thieves will test your organization ability amidst different arrangements. Your goal in this game is to move all cards to the 8 foundations at the top of the screen, building up by suit and starting with the cards of the same rank as the card dealt to the leftmost foundation, wrapping from K to A if necessary. When the game starts, 1 face-up card will be dealt to the leftmost foundation serving as the starting rank. Under the foundations are 9 tableau piles. Each of the 4 tableau piles on the left side will be dealt 1 face-up card, while each of the 5 tableau piles on the right side will be dealt 8 face-up cards. 13 face-up cards will be dealt to the reserve pile on the left of the tableau piles. The remaining cards will be placed face-down to the stock pile at the top left corner of the screen, and 1 face-up card will be dealt to the discard pile on the right of the stock pile. The 4 tableau piles on the left side are to be built down by alternating colors, while the 5 tableau piles on the right side are to be built down by suit. In both cases, cards should be wrapped from A to K if necessary. You can move a group of cards to another tableau pile if it forms a legal descending sequence in its current tableau pile, for example, a 7 of spades and a 6 of hearts on a tableau pile on the left side can be moved as a group to a tableau pile on the right side, since they form a legal sequence on the left side. This kind of card movements is called "shift". The top cards on the reserve pile and the discard pile can be moved to a tableau pile or a foundation. If you have run out of moves, you can click the stock pile to deal a new card to the discard pile. The stock pile allows 2 redeals. Challenge your skills now and make as many strategic shifts among the tableau piles as possible!
Play Double Freecell SolitaireDouble Freecell Solitaire Game

Plays: 10966
Category: Cards
Handle the double gracefully to enjoy the doubled fun! Your goal in this game is to move the cards to the foundations by suit from A to K, then start from A again, until all cards are moved to the foundations. 2 decks of standard playing cards will be used, making a total of 104 cards. When the game starts, 4 of the Ace cards will be dealt to the foundations at the top right corner of the screen, while each of the 10 tableau piles will be dealt 10 face up cards. 6 empty reserve cells are located at the top left corner of the screen. Cards on the tableau piles are to be built down in alternating colors, for example, a 6 of hearts can be moved to the top of a 7 of spades or a 7 of clubs. Each time you can click and drag 1 card to another tableau pile, an empty reserve cell, or the foundations. Note that each of the reserve cells can only hold 1 card, while an empty tableau pile can only be occupied by a King. 500 points will be awarded for each card successfully moved to the foundation. If you are not satisfied with the current progress, you can click the Give Up button at the bottom of the screen to quit the current game. Careful planning and wise strategies are the keys to come out victorious from the mind-blowing maze of cards!
Play Gypsy SolitaireGypsy Solitaire Game

Plays: 10766
Category: Cards
Gypsy Solitaire is an intriguing card game using 2 decks of standard playing cards, and your goal is to move all cards by suit from A to K to the foundations. When the game starts, 8 empty foundations will be located on the right of the screen. 8 tableau piles are located on the left of the foundations, and each of these tableau piles will be dealt 2 face-down cards then 1 face-up card on top. The remaining cards will be placed face-down to the stock pile at the bottom of the foundations. Cards on the tableau piles are to be built down by alternating colors, and you can move a card or a group of cards from one tableau pile to another according to this rule. When a tableau pile becomes empty, you can move a card or a group of cards to fill the space. If you have run out of moves, you can click the stock pile to deal a new card to each of the tableau piles. Cards on the foundations can be moved back to the tableau piles if necessary, so make good use of this rule to increase the chance of winning.
Play Aces and Kings SolitaireAces and Kings Solitaire Game

Plays: 9873
Category: Cards
Aces and Kings is a difficult yet intriguing solitaire game using 2 decks of standard playing cards to play. Your goal in the game is to move all cards to the foundations from A to K and from K to A regardless of suits. When the game starts, 8 empty foundations will appear in the middle of the screen. Each of the 2 reserve piles above the foundations will be dealt 13 face-up cards, while each of the 4 tableau piles at the bottom right of the foundations will be dealt 1 face-up card. The remaining cards will be placed face-down to the stock pile at the bottom left of the screen, and 1 face-up card will be dealt to the discard pile on the right of the stock pile. The 4 foundations on the left side are to be built up from A to K regardless of suits, while the 4 foundations on the right are to be built down from K to A regardless of suits. Each of the tableau piles can only hold 1 card. When a tableau pile becomes empty, the top card on the stock pile will be moved face-up to the space. If the stock pile becomes empty, you can move any card to an empty tableau pile. Each time you can move a card on a tableau pile, the top card on a reserve pile or the top card on the discard pile to a foundation. The top card on a foundation can be moved to another foundation according to the building rules of the foundations. When you have run out of moves, you can click the stock pile to deal a new card to the discard pile. But if the stock pile becomes empty and you cannot make any more moves, you lose. Use the cards on the foundations carefully and make strategic moves across are the keys to increase the chance of winning.
Play Cruel SolitaireCruel Solitaire Game

Plays: 9635
Category: Cards
Solitaire veterans, time to prove your possession of talent and fortune in Cruel Solitaire! Your goal in this game is to move all cards by suit from A to K to the foundations. When the game starts, all 4 Aces will be moved to the 4 vertically arranged foundations on the right of the screen. Then each of the 12 tableau piles in the middle will be dealt 4 face-up cards. An empty stock pile is located on the bottom left. The tableau piles are to be built down by suit, and each time only the top card on a tableau pile can be moved. If a tableau pile becomes empty, you cannot place any card on it. If you want to redeal the cards or if you have run out of moves, click the empty stock pile. Then all cards on the tableau piles will be collected starting with the last pile on the lower right to the first pile on the top left. The cards collected will then be dealt to the tableau piles again without shuffle, starting with the first pile on the top left, with each pile being dealt 4 face-up cards until all cards are dealt. The number of redeals is unlimited, but if you cannot make at least one move after a redeal, you lose. Will you be able to solve the advanced riddle successfully?
Play  Spider Solitaire 1 Suit Spider Solitaire 1 Suit Game

Plays: 8660
Category: Cards
Classic Spider Solitaire game. This game has only cards in 1 suit: Spades. Try to get cards on the tableau in sequence down from King to Ace. Such a sequence is then removed. You can move single cards or sequences on the tableau if it creates a new valid sequence down. You can click on the stock (top left) to get new cards on the tableau.
Play Penguin SolitairePenguin Solitaire Game

Plays: 8626
Category: Cards
The Penguin Solitaire is created by British game scholar David Parlett, and it requires careful planning more than just luck. Your goal is to move all cards to the 4 foundations, building up by suit and starting with the cards of the same rank as the first card dealt to the leftmost tableau pile (the "beak"). When the game starts, each of the 7 tableau piles at the top of the screen will be dealt 7 face-up cards. The first card dealt to the leftmost tableau pile will become the beak, and the other three cards of the same rank will be dealt to the vertically arranged foundations at the right, leaving one foundation empty. For example, if the beak is a 6 of spades, all other 6s will be dealt to the foundations. For the empty foundation, you will need to move the beak to it. 7 empty reserve cells are located at the bottom of the screen. The foundations are to be built up by suit starting with the beak, and wrapping from K to A if necessary. Cards in the tableau piles are to be built down by suit, wrapping from A to K if necessary. Each time you can move a card or a group of cards built down by suit to another tableau pile. Each empty reserve cell can hold 1 card, and cards in the reserve cells can be moved to a tableau pile or a foundation. When a tableau pile becomes empty, only a card of the rank immediately below the beak or a group of cards starting with that rank can moved to the empty tableau pile, for example, if the beak is a 6, only a 5 or a group start with a 5 can be moved the empty tableau pile. Try to free the beak as soon as possible and make good use of the reserve cells to have your name shine on the leaderboard!
Play Westcliff PatienceWestcliff Patience Game

Plays: 8561
Category: Puzzles
Westcliff is a variant of Klondike, with 10 columns of three cards, in which the aim is to build from ace to king on the four foundations. Cards are stacked in red-black descending sequences in the tableau.
Play Taj Mahal SolitaireTaj Mahal Solitaire Game

Plays: 7887
Category: Cards
You may also move a sequence of cards as a group to another tableau column but only if they are not the same suit. When there is only 1 card on a tableau pile the cards becomes protected. A protected card may only be move to a foundation and no cards may be placed on top of it. Protected cards remain protected until the stock is empty. Click on the stock (top right) to turn over a card. The stock can only be used once.
Play Terrace SolitaireTerrace Solitaire Game

Plays: 7720
Category: BoardGame
At the start of this game 11 cards will be dealt as the reserve cards (also known as the terrace) and 4 cards will be dealt to the tableau (the bottom piles). First, you need to decide the base card of the foundation by dragging one of the cards to the foundation (the middle piles). After that, cards will be dealt to the empty tableau and the game starts. The object is to move all the cards to the foundation (built up in alternate colours, wrapping from K to A if necessary). The tableau piles should be built down in alternate colours (also wrapping from A to K if necessary). Emtpy tableau can only be filled by a card from the waste pile (the pile to the right of the covered stock pile). The reserve cards can only be moved directly to the foundation. You can click the stock pile to open a card and put in to the waste pile. When the stock cards are exhausted, you can flip the waste cards and deal again, but this time any card on the waste pile must be used immediately. If there are no valid moves, then the game is over.
Play Forty Thieves PatienceForty Thieves Patience Game

Plays: 7579
Category: Cards
Forty thieves is a challenging card game in which you try to move all of the cards to the eight foundations. Standing in your way are forty "thieves"; the tableau. Cards can be moved within the tableau by suit, and the remaining cards are deal in turn to a waste pile, from which they can be added to the tableau.
Play Spider Freecell SolitaireSpider Freecell Solitaire Game

Plays: 7534
Category: Cards
Move all cards to the foundation (the top right piles). The foundation cards must have the same suit and in ascending order. You can put a card to the tableau cards (the middle piles) if the tableau pile is empty or if the card is one point smaller than the top card and they have different colours. You can put any one card to the cells (the top left places).
Play Baker`s Dozen SolitaireBaker`s Dozen Solitaire Game

Plays: 7473
Category: Cards
Baker's Dozen is a simple yet interesting card game which involves 13 tableau piles and a deck of standard playing cards. Your goal in the game is to move all cards by suit from A to K to the foundations. When the game starts, 4 empty foundations will appear on the right of the screen. 13 tableau piles are located on the left of the foundations, with 7 piles at the top and 6 piles at the bottom. Then each of the tableau piles will be dealt 4 face-up cards. The 4 Kings will be placed to the bottom of the tableau piles. Cards on the tableau piles are to be built down regardless of suits. Note that only 1 card can be moved each time, and if a tableau pile becomes empty, it cannot be filled. Complete the task as quickly as you can to receive great rewards!
Play KlondikeKlondike Game

Plays: 6057
Category: Cards
Klondike is a well known card game sometimes known simply as Solitaire. Cards must all be moved to foundations in suit order, and can be stacked in the tableau in red-black descending sequence.
Play Miss MilliganMiss Milligan Game

Plays: 5618
Category: Puzzles
Miss Milligan is a traditional game of patience played with two decks of cards. The aim is to move all the cards to the foundations, starting with the aces. Cards are can be moved between stacks in the tableau in red-black descending sequences, and more cards can be dealt onto the end of each of the eight stacks from the stock. When the stock is exhausted, the space can be used as a cell to store a single card.
Play HexagoneHexagone Game

Plays: 5379
Category: BoardGame
Obtenir sur le tableau une seule et unique couleur dans le nombre de coups autorisés.
Play Sultan PatienceSultan Patience Game

Plays: 5244
Category: Casino
Reunite the Sultan with his harem in this card game. Cards can be moved from the waste pile or the tableau onto the foundations; spaces in the tableau are automatically filled from the waste pile. Click on the deck to deal a new card to the waste pile, and you can deal the deck out only three times in total.
Play Yukon SolitaireYukon Solitaire Game

Plays: 5170
Category: BoardGame
The object of this game is to put all the cards to the foundation (the top 4 piles). The foundation piles must be built up from A to K with cards of the same suit. There are 7 tableau piles (the lower 7 piles). Initially, the cards are dealt here, some of the cards will be covered and some of the cards will be opened. Each time you can move a column of cards from a tableau pile. You can put the column of cards on another tableau pile if the last card of the tableau pile is of different colour and is one point bigger than the first card of the column. When the last card of a tableau pile is coverd, you can uncover it by clicking it. When a tableau pile becomes empty, you can drag a K (together with the entire column of cards on top of that K) to fill the position
Play Casino SolitaireCasino Solitaire Game

Plays: 5075
Category: Puzzles
In this game there are four foundation piles at the centre of the play area and 8 tableau piles surrounding the foundation piles. At the start of the game the aces are dealt to the foundation piles and 6 cards are dealt to each of the tableau piles. The object of the game is to move all the cards to the foundation piles.

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