This variation of the classic mathematical puzzle game shakes up the rules even further. Substituting the traditional rings of the original game with playing cards, your task remains the same. Rearrange each of the 2 suits of cards in the piles descending order (9 to Ace).
You can form the stack in the available pile locations.
You can only move the cards to empty slots or cards of the same suit with a higher value.
Play through 3 levels.
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Double Tower of Hanoi Solitaire Cards Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Move the cards around until you form 2 properly arranged stacks of each suite in the proper order.
Starting the Game
On the welcome screen, select Play to begin.
Select Help to learn the game’s rules.
Select High Scores to view the game’s leaderboard.
Use the drop-down list on the bottom right corner of the screen to choose the game’s language.
Your web browser automatically saves your game progress.
With your mouse, left click on the card to select it. Drag and drop it to the desired location.
Tap on a card with your fingers and swipe it to the desired location.
Controls and indicators
The game’s controls and indicators are located at the right side of the screen. From the top, they are as follows:
Bottom row (clockwise from left):
Enlarge button: Lets you switch between windowed and full-screen modes
Music button: Turns the game’s music on and off
Speaker button: Turns the game’s audio effects on and off
Levels are unlocked sequentially:
Only the first level is playable at the start of the game.
Finishing one level automatically unlocks the next one.
There are 3 levels in the game
Each time you reload the game, you have 2 options:
Continue from the last level you’ve unlocked.
Start a new playthrough. This will erase your previous progress.
This game is a variation of the traditional Tower of Hanoi setup.
Instead of disks, this version of the game uses a stack of playing cards from 9 to Ace.
The movement rules are similar.
Cards can only be moved to blank spaces or on top of bigger cards.
Cards can only be placed with others of the same suit.
Unlike our other card-based Tower of Hanoi game, this uses 2 suits of cards.
The two suit version of the game is easier because players have more piles to work with to enable more moves.
Rather than moving the cards from the left stack to the right, you must form 2 stacks of different suits from 6 separate piles.
The cards are not in order.
Cards from different suits are spread amongst each other.
Your goal is to build up a pair of card stacks in their own piles. Each stack must be composed of a single suit of cards in the proper order.
You can form the finished stack in any of the piles.
Move the cards around each of the stacks until you reach your goals.
The level ends when you finish arranging the stacks in the correct order.
Your game score is cumulative across levels.
At the start of the first level, you begin with -52 points.
The game in turn subtracts 52 points in every subsequent level.
You score points each time you place the numbers in the proper order (9 at the top, 8 above 9, and so on.)
You also get a bonus if you solve the puzzle within the minimum number of moves.
Take too long and you receive no bonus points.
You have the option to save your score to the leaderboard after finishing all 3 levels.
You only have one form of assistance in this game: undos
Each level gives you only 3 undos. You get 3 new undos through each level.
If you’re ever stuck, consider starting over using the reset button. It will bring the stacks back to their original configuration.
If you want to shuffle the stacks, simply exit to the welcome screen via the pause button, then start the game again.
The game is suited for players who like stack organizing games.
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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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