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  • Summary: The classic simple game of clock solitaire is an easy to learn, great solitaire game for wasting time while having fun! Great for adults and the play is addictive as you try to beat the odds and win! A great tool for kids to help learn the face of a clock in a fun game environment that yourThe classic simple game of clock solitaire is an easy to learn, great solitaire game for wasting time while having fun! Great for adults and the play is addictive as you try to beat the odds and win! A great tool for kids to help learn the face of a clock in a fun game environment that your kids won't be able to put down! Universal app optimized for high resolution graphics and animations for the iPad and iPhone 4/4s. Looks great on all other iPhones and iPod Touches.Features:Game Statistics including number of games, wins, and cards playedGreat animations for dealing cards, card flip, king revealed, and pile completeSmooth touch draggingUniversal App with beautiful cards for iPad, iPhone 4/4S Retina Display all in one buy for all your devices. Works great on all iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches.Features to come in January 2012:Game Center integration with leaderboards, badges, statistics, and more!New variations to be included.Options to set new card faces, backgrounds and change animation settings.**NEW UPDATE V1.1 FINISHED AND WAITING FOR SUBMISSION INCLUDES ENHANCED STATISTICS, CLICK PILE TO SELECT, BUG FIXES, AND MORE!!**Clock Solitaire, also called Clock patience, is a solitaire card game with the cards laid out to represent the face of a clock. One deck with no jokers is used. Twelve piles of four cards each are laid out, face down like the hours of a clock. The remaining four cards are placed in a pile in the centre of the clock. The twelve positions around the clock represent the 12 hour clock and the pile in the middle represent the hands.Play starts with turning the top card of the center pile. When a card is revealed, it is dragged to the pile at the corresponding hour (Ace = 1 o'clock, 2 = 2 o'clock, up to The Jack as 11 o'clock and the Queen as 12 o'clock). If a King is revealed it is placed on the center pile.Play continues in this fashion and the game is won if all the cards are revealed. The game is lost when all four Kings are revealed with piles around the clock face still left to be turned. Expand
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