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The Google Code page for this game can be found at:
There is a beta version available for download from the project website if you're feeling somewhat adventurous. It will install alongside the market version so you won't lose this one by trying the beta.
Test it out and send any feedback (both good and bad). I'd like to eventually replace this version with the beta when it's completed.
This is a free, fully functional, ad-supported version of the game. If you like it, please consider upgrading to the Pro version. The Pro version is ad-free, supports the developer, and unlocks some advanced features like game win statistics and more card images.
Feedback is always appreciated. Please send your comments / issues, and report crashes if you experience any problems. Thanks!
This app is a key that unlocks the Pro features in the free Kings in the Corners game. YOU MUST ALSO HAVE THE FREE VERSION OF THE GAME INSTALLED TO PLAY. To upgrade, install both the free version and this pro version of the app. Then launch the free version as normal and the Pro features will be unlocked.
Please give the free version a try before buying. If you like it, you can support development of more apps like this by upgrading to the Pro version.
Draw cards one at a time from the deck.
Kings can only be moved to corners, Jacks to the left and right sides, Queens to the top and bottom.
Number cards can go onto any space, including the K, Q and J spaces. Each space can only hold 1 card.
After the board is full you can remove tens or pairs that add to 10.
About permissions :
- INTERNET, ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE : used for the ads
The objective is to place the Kings in the corners, Jacks on the sides, and Queens on the top and bottom without becoming blocked.
Once the board is full, you must clear all 10's and pairs that sum to 10.
Get stuck and the game is over!
Good luck and have fun!
King's Corner, King's Korner, Kings in the Corner
*Play against your friends on the same device
*Play against the computer (AI) (you can choose between 3 difficulties)
Rules: (can be viewed in-game as well)
Speed is a game for two players in which the aim is to get rid of your cards as fast possible. The players do not take turns - speed and alertness are required to play faster than your opponent. By being first to play your cards you can reduce the number of cards you left, thus increasing your chance to win. The player who gets rid of all his cards first wins. To play a card on a pile it has to be next in sequence up or down. Suit and color do not matter. Cards can turn the corner - for example on an ace you can play a two or a king.
Each player got a layout consisting of five stock piles in a row. The first stock pile has 1 card, the second 2 ... the fifth 5. That leaves each player with a total of 11 cards. When nobody is able to play a card, the faced-down card will become active. When a player taps one of the faced-down piles, two new cards are automatically turned and the game can resume.
★ Excellent opportunity to increase your Klondike solitaire skills and practice patience.
★ Auto scaled and optimized to the screen size of your device.
★ Great for phones and tablets.
★ Built using Adobe AIR for best performance.
★ No hidden fees. Play for free.
But it takes a lot of time,luck,and skill to win.
The goal in this game is to build the foundations up in suit from Ace to King.
The tableaus are build downwards by suit,and only one card can be moved at a time.
Empty tableau slots can be filled by any card.
Click the stock pile at the top left corner to deal a new card.
Build four stacks of cards, one for each suit, in ascending order, from ace to king.
Windows solitaire is played with a single deck of 52 cards. The game begins with 28 cards arranged into seven columns. The first column contains one card, the second has two cards, and so on. The top card in each column is face up, the rest are face down.
Four Home stacks are positioned at the upper-right corner. This is where you build the piles needed to win.
How to play
Each Home stack must start with an ace. If you don't have any, you'll have to move cards between columns until you uncover one.
You can't move cards between columns at random, however. Columns must be built in descending order, from king to ace. So you can place a 10 on a jack, but not on a 3.
As an added twist, cards in columns must also alternate red and black.
You aren't limited to moving single cards. You can also move sequentially organized runs of cards between columns. Just click the deepest card in the run and drag them all to another column.
If you run out of moves, you'll have to draw more cards by clicking the deck in the upper-left corner. If the deck runs out, click its outline on the table to reshuffle it.
You can move a card to the Home stack either by dragging it or by double-clicking it.
Under Standard scoring, you receive five points for moving a card from the deck to a column, and 10 points for each card added to a Home stack.
If a game takes more than 30 seconds, you also receive bonus points based on the time it takes to finish. The bonus formula: 700,000 divided by total game time in seconds. Thus, the highest possible Standard score is 24,113!
To change the scoring system, click the settings button.