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This is a timed 4-stage game of Crescent Solitaire where you must build 8 foundations using a limited number of shuffles before the timer runs out.

  • Organize cards on the tableau in suited ascending or descending order.
  • Build the left 4 foundations in ascending order. Build the right 4 foundations in descending order.
  • When you can’t make any more moves shuffle the cards to take the top card on each stack of the tableau and move it to the bottom.
  • On the first 3 stages you can use open stacks on the tableau to move other cards to or resort other card stacks. On the final stage you can’t do this.

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Crescent Solitaire Cards Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions

How to Play

Organize by suit in ascending or descending order on the tableau. Build 8 suited ascending and descending foundations. Shuffle the cards on the tableau enable more plays.

  • Starting the Game
    • Select the Play button in the lower left of the welcome screen to start the game or continue a prior 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.
  • Game Controls
    • Desktop
      • Use your mouse left click button to select a card and drag it where you would like to play it.
    • Touchscreen devices
      • Tap the screen with a finger to select a card and drag your finger across the screen to move the card where you want to play it.
    • Controls & indicators
      • The upper left corner of the screen shows your current level number.
      • The upper right corner of the screen shows your cumulative game score.
      • The foundations are at the bottom of the screen. Left of the foundations there is a button for turning autoplay to foundations on or off.
      • Across the bottom are the remainder of the game controls.
        • In the far left there are buttons to switch to full screen mode and undo moves.
        • In the center are the buttons for hints & shuffling the remaining cards on the tableau, along with the remaining play time timer.
        • In the right there are buttons to pause the game, control game sound, and control game music.
  • Game Play
    • Deal
      • This game uses 2 standard 52-card decks of playing cards.
      • 4 Aces are played to the ascending foundations on the left.
      • 4 Kings are played to the descending foundations on the right.
      • On the tableau 7 cards are dealt to each of the 16 columns.
    • Playing
      • Build up or down by suit on the tableau.
      • You can move one card at a time on the tableau.
      • On the first 3 levels of the game any card can be moved to an empty stack on the tableau. The fourth level is far more challenging as you can’t reuse empty stacks.
      • When you can not make any more plays shuffle the cards on the tableau to enable additional plays.
    • Levels
      • This game has 4 levels which are unlocked sequentially.
        • You can’t go back and play previously beat levels without starting the game over.
        • On the first 3 levels you can fill empty spaces on the tableau with any card, but on the last level you can not.
      • Shuffles
        • The first level gives you 5 shuffles.
        • The second level gives you 4 shuffles.
        • The third and fourth levels give you 3 shuffles each.
        • When you shuffle the cards all cards on the tableau remain in the same stacks they are in, but the top card of each stack is moved to the bottom of that stack.
      • Level timers
        • The first level gives you 20 minutes to beat it.
        • Each subsequent levels gives you 2 minutes fewer to beat it, meaning you must beat the fourth level within 14 minutes.
        • If you fail to beat a level on time or run out of moves it is game over.
          • If you press the End Game button you can submit your score to the high score list.
          • If you want to continue do not click the End Game button & instead refresh your web browser to try the level again.
    • Strategy
      • Half moves
        • When you select a card you can pull it aside to see what card is underneath it to see which other moves it will enable.
        • Similarly, if you make a move and do not like the outcome you can use the undo button repeatedly.
      • Middle out
        • Since you are consecutively building ascending and descending foundations it usually makes sense to organize cards on the tableau in a middle out fashion, where those closest to one of the edges is on top, so that if you find a missing card it enables a bulk move.
        • On the first 3 levels of the game you can use any empty stacks on the tableau to resort card orders.
        • If a key card is stuck under another card it can of course make sense to deviate from the middle out idea & move in the opposite direction.
        • You can also change directions on the tableau stack. For example, if you had 8-7-6 you could then add 7-8-9-10 to it, meaning the sequence could go like 8-7-6-7-8-9-10.
      • Across the first 3 levels of the game the key to winning is to try to create an empty stack on the tableau as early as you possibly can so that you can use it to reorganize cards in other stacks.
        • The first level gives you so many shuffles you can use all of them immediately sequentially after each other when plays stop from each & you will likely create multiple empty columns and place most of the cards to the foundations automatically from the autoplay.
        • As you advance through the game you need to be more strategic. In particular, on the final level you have to be careful about creating empty stacks on the tableau as you can’t use them to re-sort the other stacks like you can on the first 3 levels.
      • The clock timer moves while the cards are being dealt. You can save about 10 seconds of gameplay time on the timer by pausing the game during the deal.
    • Scoring
      • Your game score is cumulative across levels.
      • You score 10 points for each card you lay to a foundation & each card you move to another stack on the foundation.
      • Each second you have remaining when you beat a level is worth 10 points.
  • Target Audience
    • The game is suited for players who like 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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