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  • Summary: If you've ever played the games on PC, most likely your first and favorite was Solitaire, the Number One among all the computer games and the best-known game in the world. As the basis Wes Cherry, the creator of this possibly the most played computer game ever written, took the card gameIf you've ever played the games on PC, most likely your first and favorite was Solitaire, the Number One among all the computer games and the best-known game in the world. As the basis Wes Cherry, the creator of this possibly the most played computer game ever written, took the card game known as Klondike. The earliest known reference to Klondike game was made at the beginning of the 20-th century, and probably Klondike gold rush of the late 19th century has played a vital part in the game's naming and popularization.


    Yukon Solitaire is one of most popular Klondike variation.

    FEATURES:
    - Large and eye-friendly card set, optimized for fingers and long play
    - Intuitive cards dragging system
    - Optional timed game, scoring and statistics
    - Unlimited undo
    - Automatic cards turnover and other helpful time-saving assistance
    - Saves your game on exit, power loss, incoming call or SMS

    With usual quality from Softick you will enjoy smooth and intuitive gameplay.

    Softick offers a number of popular Solitaire games, including classic Klondike (with Vegas), FreeCell, RussianCell, Queenie, EastHeaven, SpiderWeb and much more.

    Number of Decks: 1 (52 cards)

    Layout: At the beginning you will see the four foundations, and below them there are the seven columns of the tableau. At the start of the game one card is dealt to the first pile , two to the second, and so on. Top cards are face-up, all the rest are face-down. Then four additional face up cards are dealt to the 2nd through 7th piles.

    Object: The goal of the game is to use all the cards to complete the four suit foundations, moving Aces as they appear. You have to build up each one in suit from Ace to King (A-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-J-Q-K).

    Play: You have to move all the cards face up from the stock to the 4 suit foundations. Each one foundation should be built upward, in sequence from Ace to King. You are allowed to put to an empty foundation only Aces. Then you should add there only the following higher card, and only of the same suit.

    Face-up cards within the tableau should be build in descending sequence by alternative color. For instance, if there is 6 of red suit, you can put on it only 5 of black suit. You can put to foundation the lowest card of a sequence, as well as put a sequence of cards as a unit from one pile to another.

    The uncovered face-down card becomes available to turn it face-up as soon as the face-up cards in a column are exposed. You can put to an empty column, if such appears, only a King. Move groups of cards regrdless of any sequence.

    The game will end in two cases: a) no more moves left - so you've lost; b) all foundations are filled - and you've won!
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