Solitaire is a card-sorting game that you should not discard, your task is to arrange cards of the same color in a column. Are you ready for it?
It is the same as many other card games, your task is to arrange the cards into four columns so that the cards are of the same color. These cards are divided into six columns with the cards being shuffled. You find new places for the cards to turn over hidden cards. The position that you can change is six cards on the table and four cards of the same suit. For four columns of the same suit, you must arrange them in order from low to high. As for the six columns of shuffled cards, you arrange them in order from highest to lowest and the colors of the adjacent cards must be different. There are also associated cards in the upper left corner of the screen. Based on these cards, the game is also divided into two difficulty modes. In easy mode, you can flip a card and in hard mode, you have to flip three cards at a time.
I have played this game many times and I have some experiences that I want to share with you. You should focus on opening the cards in the six columns, after you open all of these cards, the remaining cards will automatically be arranged into the four columns. You should prioritize the arrangement of the cards on the table before choosing to use the cards in the upper left corner of the screen. When you are new to the game, you should play in easy mode to get used to the mechanics of the game. When playing in three-card flip mode, you should prioritize using the cards in the upper left corner of the screen. When you flip three cards you can know the value of all three of these cards but you can only use the cards on the top so use them first so you don't get stuck.