RULES AND FEATURES
Once upon a time, during the beginning of the settlement of offices, hitherto working only with paper, personal computers (PCs) running Windows, office workers chose solitaire built into the operating system. It was Klondike Solitaire — a simple and understandable freecell in the rules (Solitaire - solitaire in English). The game was also known as Klondike and had two options for dealing the deck: one round of one card with the accumulation of virtual money-points (Vegas) and endless flipping of three cards.
A lot of time has passed since then, but Klondike Solitaire has not lost its popularity at all, but on the contrary, it has gained a lot of new fans. Now not only Microsoft, but many other software developers make their own versions of Klondike Solitaire, basing them on well-established old principles.
From version to version, only the shirts of the cards, the way they are laid out on the game table, as well as the general entourage and style change. Whatever all these metamorphoses, solitaire has the same task as before, and the complexity of the layout and assembly changes slightly.
The proposed version of the tapeworm also does not differ in anything original. the deck contains the same 52 cards, some of which are dealt in 7 columns in closed form, forming a kerchief: the 1st column-one card, the 2nd - 2, the third-three, and so on, in the final seventh column - 7 sheets. The top cards are opened. The remaining deck from the layout is lying next to each other on the table. On top are 4 home cells (houses or bases, as they are sometimes called). In them, the player must move all the cards without exception, including those in the deck, sorting them in the process of moving by suit and rank.
Thus, the goal of solitaire is to put all the cards in the base cells, ordered by suits and denominations in ascending order, getting 4-d sequences: ace, 2, 3, 4 ... King. Solving the problem, the player shuffles the cards, shifting them from column to column according to the principle: black to red, red to black and, necessarily, junior to senior.
Klondike Solitaire does not limit the player's time. The stopwatch located at the bottom right of the table counts seconds only for statistics. The scoring system is some kind of own, invented by the authors. Among the inconveniences, you can note the lack of automatic transfer of the selected map to the base by double-clicking-each time you need to drag it there with your hands.
Flash player plugin is not supported still Feb.21.
You can play the game KLONDIKE SOLITAIRE 2 online 24 hours a day for free. It is no need to download and install it on your computer, and it is also not required you to be the registered user. Just ckick and enjoy. See also a set of related games below on that you might be interested to look.