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This game is played by 2 players. At the start of a game each player is dealt 10 cards, 1 card is put face up as the first card in the discard pile, the rest of the cards are put face down as the stock pile. The first player starts the round by...

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Fortune Telling with Tarot cards. This game is a Tarot card divination. To play press to the Fortune button. Then imagine the question to which you want to get an answer. When you want to receive an answer, press the stop...

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This is a climbing game primarily for three players, but also playable by four. Your aim is to be the first to play out all cards in valid combinations, and you will lose if any one of the others to play all their cards before...

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Fun Klondike type of Solitaire, it starts simple, but new levels are more difficult. Instructions: Build the foundations in Suit from Ace to King. Cards on the table can be played on top of other cards in sequence down, but opposite color. You can...

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Play another classic card game which is a quick brain teasing and funny game. Guess which card is your Queen and double yours points. Beware of those nasty Kings though. Instructions; fire: left...

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Chkobba (original name is Scopa) is a card game played almost daily in the country's such as Tunisia, Mexico, Italy. The target of the game is by taking as much cards as possible and trying to clean the table to get an extra point. The points will be...

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Your caravan moves slowly across the desert from one oasis to another. The travel is dangerous and difficult and you should play solitaire games in each halt. There are 100...

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You have to pass a number of levels, one by one. But be patient as every new level is harder than the previous one. The solitaire has two types of the game; the goal is to clear the playing board from the cards in both types. The game has colorful...

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Freecell Solitaire game in cheese style. The object of the game is to move the four aces, as they appear, to the foundations, and build each up in suit from ace to king (A-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-J-Q-K). instructions:Initial Layout: Cards are dealt face-up...

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Don't let the name fool you! Jump in on this classic solitaire variant and be the quickest to solve the puzzle. Play either the casual one suit, two suit or show your real skills by completing the dreaded four suit version in this addicting card...

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