This is a quite challenging timed version of Tripeaks Solitaire which uses more than one card deck. Players are given 6 minutes to clear the tableau on each of the 5 stages.
Remove cards from the tableau which are one higher or lower than the card atop the waste pile.
The bottom of the levels start off like a normal Tripeaks Solitaire game design with all cards dealt face up, but the game then cycles with an inverted Tripeaks with the cards face down.
Later stages get more difficult because the level grows taller with more cards to remove.
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Snowy Peaks Solitaire Cards Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Select cards which are one higher or lower than the card atop the waste pile to remove them from the tableau.
Starting the Game
Select the Play button in the center of the welcome screen to start the game.
Under 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 to select a card to play from the tableau or to deal another card from the reserves.
Tap the screen with a finger to select which card you would like to play.
Controls & indicators
Your Joker is left of the stock pile & the stock pile has a numerical indicator under it informing you how many cards you have remaining in the stock.
Game controls are in the right rail.
At the top it shows current level number, cumulative game score, and remaining level play time.
At the bottom there are 5 control buttons: pause, undo moves, control game sound, control game music, and switch to full screen mode.
This is a multiple-deck version of Tripeaks Solitaire which alternates between a normal face up Tripeaks layout and an upside down Tripeaks.
The right side up Tripeaks are dealt face up, whereas the upside down ones are dealt face down.
Select cards from the tableau that are one higher or lower than the card atop the waste pile.
If you can not make any more moves you can deal another card from the stock pile (or reserves), or lay a Joker on the waste pile and then keep playing cards from the tableau.
While the reserves has a counter on it, when you use all the cards in the reserves you are dealt more cards again.
Try to save your Joker for late in the game.
Play to try to keep streaks alive to maximize your score and make each card you deal from the reserves count.
Work on all parts of the Tripeaks at the same time rather than leaving one part hanging down while other portions of the board are off screen high.
Don’t be afraid to use the undo button if you have multiple parallel plays and want to see which cards are turned up when you make them.
This game has 5 levels which are unlocked sequentially.
You can’t go back and replay previously beat levels without starting the game over at the first level.
Levels give you 6 minutes each to complete them.
While the level timers remain the same later levels are significantly harder because they are taller, there are more narrow passage bottlenecks in the level design, & most of the additional cards are dealt face down.
If you run out of cards or time you lose the level, but this game offers unlimited continues.
The first level gives you 25 cards in reserves & the ability to get a second fill of another 25 cards.
The second stage gives you 24 to start with & then each subsequent level gives you one fewer card per shuffles.
You get more shuffles as you progress through the game to offset the increased size of the tableau.
Your game score is cumulative across levels.
Each card you remove from the tableau is worth points.
Cards which are higher up on the tableau are worth more points.
Your card value increases via a chain bonus if you make many consecutive moves from the tableau without drawing another card from the reserves or using a Joker.
For example, the first card on a bottom row may be worth 200, and if you make consecutive moves as part of a chain the second and third cards may be worth 300 and 400 points.
The key to earning a high score in this game is to make the most of the chain bonus as the level time portion of the scoring is rather menial.
Your remaining time at the end of each level is worth points, with each second being valued at 2 points.
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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