Solitaire games are usually associated with slowness, because the very meaning of the word patience-patience, says this. Yes, the bulk of these logic card games are like this, but there are exceptions. For example, this time trial solitaire game. Having greatly simplified the assembly rules, the authors designed the game so that the player acts extremely quickly, if he, of course, wants to win over solitaire. However, something else depends on the choice of game mode.

So, what you need to do. First, let's look at the proposed table setting. The deck is randomly dealt in 7 piles, each with the top card facing up. Above them there are three slots (let's call them bases), in which the cards need to be shifted. On the left — the rest of the deck (face down). At the start, there is already a map in one of the bases. Your task is to find one in the lower piles that is one unit older or younger than the base one. Well, for example, there is an eight on the base, so you need to look for a seven or nine. If you find a 7 or 9 of any suit in the piles, click on it, it will go to the base and, covering the eight lying there, it will itself become a new base for the next cards. And if you chose 9-ku, then then you will have to look for 10-ku or again eight. Well, if you clicked on seven, then look for six or eight. As you can see, the layout rules are the simplest.

If you play fast, then after a few turns you will get access to the second base slot, and then to the third. This will make the selection of cards easier, but it will increase the pressure on the player's attention and concentration. Opening a new database also occurs when a card with a key is transferred to the slot. Of course, not always among the cards opened in stacks, and there are only seven of them at a maximum at one time, you can find a card allowed by the rules for transferring to the base. In this case, you need to draw cards from the rest of the deck. The goal of the game is to move all the cards from the piles to the bases.

Time Trial Solitaire offers you three game modes. The first one is quiet mode — time is not taken into account here, which brings the analysis of solitaire closer to the pace of fellow players in the section. The second — time mode - is the fastest option, where the speed of decision-making and search is valued. And the third — move mode - here the player is given an initially fixed number of moves, for which it is necessary to disassemble solitaire. However, in both the second and third cases, there are bonuses that allow you to increase the time available for the game or the number of moves.

The main tip is to be careful and collected when disassembling solitaire. Sometimes, one missed card is worth an entire game. Good luck!

You can play the game TIME TRIAL SOLITAIRE 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.