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Thứ Năm, 30 tháng 6, 2016

Clock Solitaire

Clock Patience is a simple, fun variant of Solitaire. Clock Patience is played by one player with only one deck of cards. Unlike other games, however, it requires almost no strategy, and winning comes down to complete chance. To play Clock Solitaire, deal your cards, play through the deck, and learn how to win the game. Let's see rules and tips to win Clock Game.

Clock Solitaire Patience card games
How to play Clock patience solitaire card game

1. Requirements/statistics:

Space: Moderate/Large
Level: Challenging
Cards: One standard 52-card deck or a computer with internet connected
Players: One

2. Layout

Shuffle the deck. Deal the cards; face down, into 13 piles of four cards each. The piles should be arranged to mimic the numbers on a clock, with an extra pile in the middle of the circle. The “numbers” of the piles (1 through 12 on the clock; the middle pair is 13) are important.

Clock patience solitaire game

It's very easy if you play Clock Solitaire , because it has been put in right place and you just have to play.

3. Play

Turn the top card on the 13 pile face up (that’s the pile in the middle of the circle). Place it, still face up, under the pile of that card’s number.

For example, a card number 4, would go under the “4” pile. An Ace would go under pile “1”. Face cards are placed as follows: Jacks under 11, Queens under 12, Kings under 13.

Then, turn the top card on that pile face up and place it, still face up, under the appropriate pile. Continue in the manner until the game ends. If the final face-down card in a pile belongs to that same pile, continue the game by turning the next (moving clockwise) face-down card face up.

4. To win the game

In order to win all 13 piles must become face-up piles of four-of-a-kind.

However, you lose if the fourth King is turned face up before all the other sets are completed.

Thứ Ba, 28 tháng 6, 2016

Pyramid Solitaire Card Game

Solitaire Pyramid Egypt Card Games Online

1. Rule – How to play Pyramid Solitaire: 

Aces count as 1, Jacks count as 11 and Queens count as 12. Kings count as 13 and can be removed at any time by simply clicking on them. All other cards are at their face value. So for example you can combine an Ace and Queen to remove the pair, or Jack and a 2 to remove that pair.

To aid you, you may place a single card in the Temp Card Store. This will increase your pairing options by allowing you to get to otherwise impossible to reach cards that are in the pyramid. To successfully pass a round it is absolutely necessary for you to use this card store strategically and to do some planning and thinking with it!

Additionally the undo button will undo any single move, obviously that's great for fixing minor errors but there is a little trick for pro players! The trick is to draw 3 additional cards to see if they will change the order of the cards that you will remove from the cards dealt at the top in the pyramid. If not, no harm done, just undo the move and continue matching the pairs of 13. Of course it helps that you can use this little trick any time it is convenient!

Pyramid Solitaire Ancient Egypt rewards excellent play and strategy. You receive bonus points for completing a level quickly, removing all cards in both the pyramid and the deck, and failing that for any remaining cards in the deck that you have not uncovered. The game is quite kind, in that there is always a bonus if you complete a round although of course better play, always means better bonuses!

2. Tips to play Pyramid Solitaire well

Although not easy to win Pyramid Solitaire, but there are some tips you can use: 

- Always remove Kings as soon as possible, they literally just get in the way.

- Try to plan your moves. Look at the board and see what cards are blocking other cards.

- You absolutely must use the temporary card store. Combine that with planning and you can win most deals. Often simply by moving one card from the pyramid down to the store you can instantly uncover another card that you can use immediately. 

- This almost a bit of a cheat. You can use the undo card to look at the next 3 cards coming. This will allow you to plan your moves more effectively.

- At the bottom where the groups of three cards a dealt, if you have too many cards the game will hide them to save space. Those cards are always there, just hidden!

- Remember you don't have to remove every card, just the pyramid at the top.

Chủ Nhật, 26 tháng 6, 2016

Klondike Solitaire

Klondike is a solitaire card game often known purely by the name of Solitaire. It is probably the most well known solo card game. It has been reported to be the most commonly played computer game in recent history, possibly ranking higher than even Tetris.These are some types of Klondike Solitaire that you can play free online: You can choose more than 40 types of Solitaire Card Games on the Selected Game part.world of solitaire klondike turn one

Klondike Solitaire Rules:Goal: Move all the cards to the FoundationsDetails:Foundation:Built up by rank and by suit from Ace to KingThe top card may be movedTableauBuilt down by rank and by alternating colorThe top card may be movedComplete or partial correctly ranked piles may be movedAn empty spot may be filled with a King or a pile starting with a KingStockClick to turn face up and move 1 card to the WasteClick when empty to turn face down and move all cards from the Waste to the StockWasteThe top card may be moved

Thứ Năm, 23 tháng 6, 2016

Author of solitaire

You’ve probably heard many times the story about the game Solitaire on Windows: derived from a game that is designed to help users switch to DOS GUI graphical interface, Solitaire unwittingly become one of the most popular games on the world.

First Solitaire Author
Wes Cherry today - Solitaire Author

Solitaire is the game which included free with every copy of Microsoft’s operating system (excluding a short break with Windows 8). According to journalist Josh Levin : " Although Solitaire is not much innovative and creative over the years , but it has completely changed the way we live and work . "

Solitaire has spurred the development of personal computers , demonstrates the growth of the Windows operating system and change the office culture permanently . In addition, the Solitaire has helped people overcome the boredom of working hours in the office or extended idle time on the flight .

We can say, Solitaire is the most popular and addictive game that game makers have ever created . Of course besides Solitaire , since version Windows 3.0 to Windows 10 , the game like Pinball , Minesweeper or pleasures Chess are also killing time entertainments which are extremely impressive, fascinated many generations of PC users.

The “Solitaire” included with every copy of Windows since version 3.0 of the operating system isn’t actually solitaire. There’s no such game. Instead, that’s a term given to a whole family of card games which allow a single player to cut a deck and methodically work their way through by sorting them by colour and/or suit.
The card game most people associate with Windows and solitaire is but one of many variants of the game, in this case Solitaire Klondike. It was first included with Windows in 1990, with a deck of cards designed by, of all people, Susan Kare, who is perhaps best-known for having also designed the original (and still iconic) Apple Macintosh icon family.

Solitaire itself was coded by a Microsoft employee by the name of Wes Cherry. Even then, during the game’s formative stages, Cherry knew the inherent potential (and dangers) for the game to become a workplace hit: he had originally coded a “boss key” into the game, which when pressed would instantly switch out the deck of cards with official-looking business, but Microsoft made him remove the feature before it was included with Windows 3.0.

One more thing that gamers and PC users already familiar withWindows but do not really know , it was the advent of Solitaire as well as a test , something to create a brand new experience for Windows users. At the time of both the Windows and the PC gaming are a totally new concept, Microsoft had to create something new helps users most comfortable, even if they are a casual gamer or an office worker want entertainment in their spare time.

And so Solitaire Game was born . A simple game that does not require high individual skills , instead just make players to think a little. But the mantle of bright graphics and content are familiar led Solitaire become extremely accessible in the eyes of those who use a computer for the first time, as they only need to hold the mouse to drag and drop the cards on the screen.

The reaction of Solitaire players when exposed to the game at the first time that is not surprising: They are extremely loved it.

Thứ Tư, 22 tháng 6, 2016

History of FreeCell Solitaire Games

One of the oldest ancestors of FreeCell is Eight Off. In the June 1968 edition of Scientific American, Martin Gardner described in his "Mathematical Games" column a game by C. L. Baker that is similar to FreeCell, except that cards on the tableau are built by suit rather than by alternate colors. Gardner wrote, "The game was taught to Baker by his father, who in turn learned it from an Englishman during the 1920s." This variant is now called Baker's Game. FreeCell's origins may date back even further to 1945 and a Scandinavian game called Napoleon in St. Helena (not the game Napoleon at St. Helena, also known as Forty Thieves).

Paul Alfille changed Baker's Game by making cards build according to alternate colors, thus creating FreeCell. He implemented the first computerised version of it in the TUTOR programming language for the PLATO educational computer system in 1978. Alfille was able to display easily recognizable graphical images of playing cards on the 512 × 512 monochrome display on the PLATO systems.

This original FreeCell environment allowed games with 4–10 columns and 1–10 cells in addition to the standard 8 × 4 game. For each variant, the program stored a ranked list of the players with the longest winning streaks. There was also a tournament system that allowed people to compete to win difficult hand-picked deals. Paul Alfille described this early FreeCell environment in more detail in an interview from 2000.

Thứ Năm, 9 tháng 6, 2016

Solitaire Game in Office

    Imaging a company that offers you the toy for entertainment during breaks or when you got bored working. The game studio or technology companies today is possible to provide such equipment. But in 1998, giving decks to the staffs and so  they sat ... ranked Solitaire does not seem very feasible.

    That's when computer games become something new and exciting. Just alt tab one, you could forget the tricky job full screen to sink into the emotional stuff simpler, more pleasant and relaxing.

    Later, when the games on devices such as mobile phones or computers had too developed, they threatened the productivity of the entire organization.

    A person can be attracted to the PC game so much that forget the date, work and family. In 2006, the mayor of New York city has fired an employee working for the city because he encountered this person Klondike solitaire turn one during working hours.

    Bill Gates was so addicted to Window game, he used to sneak into a colleague's office after work to play

    However, let's look at the positive side of the game that is considered “the guy that exploring the PC game market”. A study at the Utrect university in 2003 showed clearly that workers who were allowed to play Solitaire had work productivity and mentality better than those were prohibited gaming.

    Put simply, Solitaire is no different from a short rest when you stand up and go out to breathe out or make a cup of coffee, instead of glued to work for 8 hours.