Forty Thieves Solitaire
Forty Thieves Solitaire is a quite difficult solitaire game, but very interesting and captivating. Forty Thieves Solitaire is loved by experienced players, but those less experienced also find in this game something for themselves.
Forty Thieves Solitaire is a game of high degree of difficulty, because here we play with two decks of cards and we don’ solve four stacks but eight stacks. Although at the bottom of the screen we see the clock, but it don’t countdown
time until the end of the game, but it count how much time you spend on this game, so the time here isn’t an impediment.
When you play on Forty Thieves Solitaire you should know how much moves you made in the game. The movements are shown next to the clock. Another important factor is the UNDO button which is located in the lower right corner. UNDO button allows you to undo the last action of traffic, even a few recent moves. On the left side we have a NEW GAME button. This button allows you to start a new game with the new card system, if you feel that you couldn’t arrange the whole solitaire.
Forty Thieves Solitaire rules: Obviously this solitaire game target is to arrange solitaire so you have to deposit all cards from Ace to King in eight stacks, which are specially designated areas on the top screen. To do this you need to translate the cards on the board, but you must remember, that you can translate only those card which are free. Cards on the board can not be translated freely but only when the cards have the same color and the translate card has one less point then card which lay on the top of the split. Also in the Forty Thieves Solitaire you can’t move the entire sequence of cards, but only a single card - example you can’t arranged (at once) to move cards from the Ladie to 10 for the King, you can only move somewhere the 10th card. When you haven’t got cards that are available on the board, you need to select the card from a stack located above the UNDO button. On the stack is 64 cards, but when you get to the end of the stack you can’t browse the cards from the beginning, so it mean that you can only take the last card from the stack, which also makes the game Forty Thieves Solitaire more difficult for us.
That's all the rules of the game Forty Thieves Solitaire. I hope they are clear to everyone and I think that all of you will be arranged Forty Thieves Solitaire to the end, although it isn’t a simple solitaire game. I wish all of you great fun and also I encourage you to play on other our solitaire games.