This is a timed 15-stage Tripeaks Solitaire game where cards are grouped in stacks of 3 around the tableau & players have 2 free cells to temporarily store cards in.
Place a card which is one higher or lower than the card on the waste pile (the card in the black hole) to remove the card from the tableau.
Use free cells to temporarily store cards to enable other plays.
Clear the tableau of cards before the level timer runs out.
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Black Hole Solitaire Cards Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Place all the cards in the tableau into the black hole by running the cards in ascending or descending numerical sequence starting with the card already in the black hole. Use the free cells to temporarily store cards to enable other plays.
Starting the Game
Select the Play button in the lower left of the welcome screen to start the game or continue a previous game.
Near the Play button are buttons for how to play Help, High Scores, and More Games.
The lower left corner of the welcome screen has a language select dropdown.
The lower right corner of the welcome screen has buttons for social media sharing and reading game developer information.
Use your mouse left click button twice on a card to select it and send it to the black hole.
If you want to send a card to a free cell select the card once and then select the free cell position.
Tap the screen with a finger to select cards to send them to the black hole or to a free cell.
Controls & indicators
The black hole contains the discard pile.
The two free cell positions are marked on the tableau.
Game controls are in the right rail.
At the top the game shows your cumulative score, current level number, and remaining level play time.
At the bottom there are 5 buttons for pausing the game, switching to fullscreen mode, undoing moves, controlling game music, and controlling game sound.
The card in the center of the black hole is where the waste pile is.
This game uses a standard 52-card deck where cards are stacked on various depth stacks around the board with each level having a unique layout.
Players are given free cells to temporarily store cards in to enable other plays.
Place a card which is either one higher or lower than the card in the center of the black hole.
When you choose a direction (e.,g. ascending or descending) stick with it for the remainder of the level, as it is easy to leave stray hanging cards if you mix back and forth between ascending and descending. In some cases you will end up needing to switch directions, however if you do it more than once you’ll likely leave cards you can’t get back to.
Try to play from cards stacks with more cards on them first & try to save stacks of only 1 card for near the end of the level unless you need to use them to keep the free cells clear.
You can temporarily store cards in the the free cells to enable access to other cards.
Levels give you 2 free cells to use.
You can place any card from the bottom of a stack in these, but each free cell can hold only a single card.
You can play cards from the free cells back into play onto the waste pile in the black hole, which will enable you to use the free cell again.
To beat the level the entire tableau of cards must be cleared. You can’t have leftover cards in the free cells at the end of the level.
This game has 15 levels which are unlocked sequentially.
You can’t go back and replay previously beat levels without starting the game over at the first level.
The first level gives you 6:59 to complete it.
The level time limits decrease as you progress through the game.
For example, the time limit on level 3 is 6:10, the time limit on level 4 is 5:47, and the level time on level 5 is 5:23.
You beat a level by discarding all cards on the stage into the waste pile before the timer runs out.
You can not have any cards in a free cell position or on the tableau at the end of the level or you lose.
If you fail a level you can retry it an unlimited number of times.
Your game score is cumulative across levels.
Each card you place on the waste pile (or into the black hole) is worth 30 points.
Each second you have remaining at the end of the level is worth a point.
The game is suited for players who like Freecell or Tripeaks Solitaire card games.
The game has no adult themed content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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