This is a Tripeaks Solitaire game themed after the ancient Inca civilization of South America. You must clear cards one at a time by selecting a card whose value is one more or one less than the face card on the bottom right corner. Keep clearing the cards until the tableau is free of cards.
Deal new cards if nothing matches.
Use the Joker card to keep the score chain bonus alive as long as possible.
Clear the tableau of cards before the timer runs out & play through 10 levels.
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Inca Pyramid Solitaire Cards Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Remove a card that’s one value higher or lower than the face card on the bottom right. Keep removing cards until the entire stack is cleared.
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 left corner of the screen to choose the game’s language.
Use the gear button on the bottom right corner to open the following options:
Speaker button: Turns the game’s audio effects on and off
Music button: Turns the game’s music on and off
Reset button: Clears your previous game progress
With your mouse, left click to select a card.
Tap on the cards onscreen with your keyboard to select them.
Controls and indicators
The game’s controls and indicators are on the right side of the screen. From the top, they are as follows:
Enlarge button: Lets you switch between windowed and full-screen modes
This game uses a single deck of 52-cards plus a Joker card.
Cards dealt to the tableau are dealt using the ordinary Tripeaks layout, with 28 cards across 4 layers.
The 10 cards on the bottom layer are dealt face up & the remaining cards on the tableau are dealt face down.
24 cards are dealt to the reserves.
The stock reserve cards are dealt one at a time.
You also get 1 Joker which you can play at any time.
Remove all the cards in the stack.
Choose a card that is one value higher or lower than the face card found on the bottom right corner.
To remove a card, simply left click or tap on it. This card becomes the new face card.
Any card, regardless of suit or color, can be paired with another if it has the right value.
Aces can be paired with both kings and twos.
You can only remove free cards. Free cards are face-up cards with no cards above them.
Select the undo button to take back your previous action.
You can only undo your latest action.
This can come in handy if you ever make a mistake.
Clear the entire stack before the timer runs out.
You will fail the level if you run out of time or valid moves.
When you fail a level, you have the choice of replaying the level or ending your playthrough.
You can deal another card if you cannot find a card that matches your current face card.
Select Next Card to deal a new face card from the stock.
Keep dealing a new card until you find one that you can use.
You only have 23 cards on the stock.
The Joker card can be paired with a card of any value.
It is located to the right of the waste pile. When you select it, it replaces the face card on the waste pile.
This game only has one joker per level. Make it count.
Levels are unlocked sequentially.
You start the game with only the first level unlocked.
Finish one level to unlock the next.
After you finish a level, you return to the level selection screen.
There are 10 levels in this game.
You can replay any level you’ve already unlocked to try to earn a better score on it.
If you fail a level you can try it again.
The first stage has a 2:50 level timer.
Each subsequent stage has a 10 second shorter timer to where you must beat the final level in under 1:20.
You only get to shuffle through the reserves once, so you have to make them count.
Try to get a long chain bonus going early in the level & then when it is about to end use the Joker to continue it and make more plays.
The longer you keep a chain going the more incremental points you make on each subsequent play.
If you still have the Joker in hand and do not have a lot of cards left in the reserves & some cards on the tableau are still face down it may make sense to use the Joker to try to get all cards facing up so that any other potential match can be made as you shuffle through the remaining reserve cards from the stock.
If you fail a level or get a poor score on it you can replay it an unlimited number of times to try to earn a better score on it.
If you have many of the same card showing on the tableau try to take some of them out as soon as you can so your cards showing are more diverse.
Try to work on all parts of the Tripeaks in conjunction rather than leaving a long leg while working off the rest of the tableau.
Every point you earn in the level makes up your level score.
You earn points for every card you remove.
Your first card removed is worth 100 points.
Each subsequent card in a chain increases in value.
The second card you remove is worth 200 points, the third one 300 points, and so on.
You get no points for playing the Joker, but using the Joker in the middle of a chain keeps the chain bonus going. The chain bonus is the key to maximizing your level scores.
When you deal a new face card, the value resets back to 100.
You also receive bonus points at the end of the level:
Each card remaining in the reserves deal row is worth 50 points.
An unused Joker is worth 500 points.
Each second left in the timer when a level is beat is worth 30 bonus points.
You can see your level score below the level’s icon on the selection screen.
Your total score is the sum of all your level scores so far.
Every new level you play adds to your total score.
You can also change your total score by replaying a level and earning a higher score. The difference between it and your old score is added to your total score.
You can save your total score to the leaderboard through the following means:
You finish all 10 levels.
You fail a level and save your final score.
The game is suited for players who like 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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