This is a 2-deck timed version of Spider Solitaire where players have 20 minutes to create 8 foundations.
On the tableau build down without regard to suit.
Sequential descending runs of cards can be moved even if they are not suited.
Rearrange the cards to turn all cards on the tableau face up & to make 8 sets of suited sequential cards from king down to ace.
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Jumping Spider Solitaire Cards Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Move sequential descending runs of cards regardless of suit on the tableau. Put cards in suited order to remove them from the tableau and build a foundation. Deal cards from the reserves when you can not make any more plays on the tableau.
Starting the Game
Select the Play button in the center of the game’s welcome screen.
Under the Play button there are buttons for reading how to play Help, seeing High Scores, and More Games.
The lower left corner of the welcome screen has a language select dropdown.
The lower right corner has buttons for sharing the game on social media and reading game developer information.
Use your mouse left click button to select a card or a sequential run of cards and drag it to where you want to move it.
When you can not make any more moves left click on the reserves to deal another set of cards from the reserves onto the tableau.
Tap the screen with a finger and drag it to move a card or a sequential run of cards.
When you can not make any more moves tap on the reserves to deal another set of cards from the reserves onto the tableau.
Controls & indicators
At the top of the right column the game shows your current score and how much time you have to complete the game.
Under those two indicators are 4 buttons to pause the game, switch to full screen mode, adjust game sound, and adjust game music.
At the bottom of the right column are two buttons to undo moves and restart the game.
You can undo up to 3 moves per game.
If you restart you will be dealt the same hand again.
The reserves have a count underneath them which indicates how many cards you have remaining in the reserves.
This game uses 104 cards comprising of 2 standard decks of cards.
68 cards are dealt to the reserves.
36 cards are dealt to the tableau across 9 columns.
Each column has 4 cards with half of the cards face down and the other half face up.
The bottom card in each column is face up & so is the card in the middle of the 3 remaining rows.
The top row and the row above the bottom are face down.
Move cards in descending sequential order around the tableau.
Whenever you create an empty column on the tableau you can use it to reorganize your card stacks to make them better suited.
When you can not make any more plays select the reserves pile to draw another set of cards.
You must have cards in every column of the tableau to be able to deal more cards from the reserves.
Initially you are dealt 9 cards from the reserves. Then you can play again to try to make moves on the tableau.
Repeat the process for a total of 7 sets of 9 cards from the reserves & the final and eighth set contains 5 cards which fall on the leftmost columns.
Try to get all cards on the tableau face up as quickly as you can.
Whenever you have an open column use it to reorganize your remaining cards.
If you see multiple of the same card in a row try to break them apart early.
Don’t be afraid to use the undo button if you are torn between two chances / choices / opportunities. You can also use the undo button after a deal from the reserves to reorganize columns and ensure you do not put a bad card on top of an almost completed run.
When you are down to the last deal from the reserves be sure to put your best suited runs in the far right and worse runs to the left side of the board as only the first 5 columns of the tableau are dealt cards on the final deal from the reserves.
Cards are removed from the tableau in suited sets of 13.
Each set you remove is worth 130 points, yielding a maximum base score of 1,040 points.
Your remaining time is also worth points. Each second is worth 50 points, meaning that most of your game score will likely come from the time component.
The game is suited for players who like Spider 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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