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DescriptionStonewall, a name of such unusual card puzzle game based on the Solitaire family (*) principles, speaks for itself. The goal is impregnable like a fortress. Аt the same time only your skills will help you to break down the walls one by one, opening faced down cards. Play this game if classic Klondike or FreeCell is easy as a cake for you, or you just want something new and spicy.
Enjoy smooth and intuitive gameplay, focusing on the game and not on the control.
This version is completely FREE, fully functional, with no restrictions, unwanted internet activity, spyware, etc.
- 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
(*) Softick offers a number of popular Solitaire games, including classic Klondike (with Vegas), FreeCell, RussianCell, Queenie, EastHeaven and even more.
Number of Decks: 1 (52 cards)
Layout: At the beginning you will see the reserve at left, the four foundations to the right of the reserve, and below them there are the six columns of the tableau. At the start of the game six cards are dealt to each pile, alternating face up and face down. The reserve is formed by 16 cards, which are face-up. You can move top card from here to each tableau pile. Double tap on reserve to move the bottom card to the top of stack.
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: As the game begins, Solitaire Stonewall deals 36 cards from the reserve into the tableau. 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.
Cards within the tableau should be build in descending sequence by alternate colors. 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.
You can put any card to an empty column. Groups of cards in sequence down by alternate color may be moved as a unit.