Construction and layout:
* One standard 52-card deck is used.
* There are four open cells and four open foundations. Some alternate rules use between one to ten cells.
* Cards are dealt into eight cascades, four of which comprise seven cards and four of which comprise six. Some alternate rules will use between four to ten cascades.
Building during play:
* The top card of each cascade begins a tableau.
* Tableaux must be built down by alternating colors.
* Foundations are built up by suit.
* Any cell card or top card of any cascade may be moved to build on a tableau, or moved to an empty cell, an empty cascade, or its foundation.
* Complete or partial tableaus may be moved to build on existing tableaus, or moved to empty cascades, by recursively placing and removing cards through intermediate locations. While computer implementations often show this motion, players using physical decks typically move the tableau at once.
* The game is won after all cards are moved to their foundation piles.
For games with the standard layout (four open cells and eight cascades) most games are easily solved.
* Tap one column and tap another column, move the cards from the first column to second column if possible;
* Double Tap on the column's last card to move it to buffer area, if possible;
* Drag cards from one column to another column, if possible;
* Auto throw, cards will be throw to recycle automatically, if possible;
* Drag from recycle to columns to restore the recycled card, if possible;
With Auto-throw, it is much more convenient to finish the card puzzle!
Enjoy it, players!
The Whist is a card game and It is belongs to a family that includes bridge whist and bridge, each of which developed in succession from the original game of whist. The essential features of card games in the whist family are: four people usually play, two against two as partners; a full 52 card deck is dealt out evenly so that each player holds 13 cards; the object of play is to win tricks, and win or loss is determined by the number of tricks taken (as distinct from games such as pinochle, in which it is determined by the value of card points taken in tricks). Whist trick taking originated in 17th-century England.
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There are games that use the 52 card International Pattern deck, games for the 78 card Tarock deck, eight and ten suit Ganjifa games, Hanafuda games, Matrix games, Mahjongg games, and games for an original hexadecimal-based deck.
Its features include multiple cardsets and tableau backgrounds, unlimited undo, a hint system and demo games.
Watch the gameplay video to get a sense of how it works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pddcUFacuMA
- Drag the cards to move them, and double tap to flip.
- Shuffling and the ability to move several cards at once.
- Deal cards easily. Just select the number of cards to deal and the field to deal to.
- Invite an unlimited number of friends.
- Playing a game that requires you to have your own private space on the board? Use the private field, and free up much needed screen space for other tasks.
- Add as many decks as you like.
- Real-time movements.
- Not in the same room as your opponents? Use the chat.
- Score sheet to keep track of longer games.
- Want to continue the game later? No problem, the game state is saved until next time.
- Had to take in a large amount of cards? Sort them to make your life a bit easier.
An internet connection is required to run the game.
WARNING: If you are pregnant, have a heart condition, or indeed any medical condition, do not download this app, or use it to prank anyone else with a medical condition (especially not on a scary Halloween night).
Mono Stock Portfolio is an open source app, and was created mainly to help learn and demonstrate Mono for Android. Source code is available at https://github.com/mgroves/MonodroidStockPortfolio