This is a fruit-themed version of Tripeaks Solitaire. Remove cards from the stack that are one value higher or lower than the face card on the bottom left. Remove all the cards from the stack to win each level.
Win coins and buy powerups
If you’re ever stuck, use Joker cards to keep playing.
Play through 41 levels.
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Tri-Fruit Tripeaks Solitaire Cards Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Remove cards that are one value higher or lower than the card atop the waste pile.
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 x corner of the screen to choose the game’s language.
Use the gear button on the x corner to open the following controls:
Use the speaker and music buttons to turn the game’s sound on and off.
Use Reset to clear your game progress.
Your web browser automatically saves your game progress.
With your mouse, left click on a card to select it.
Tap on a card onscreen with your fingers to select it.
Controls and indicators
Most of the game’s controls and indicators are located on the right side of the screen. From the top, they are as follows.
Left (powerup) column
Show cards face up
The enlarge button is located on the bottom left corner. It lets you switch between windowed and full-screen modes.
Match the cards within one value higher or lower than the face card n the bottom left corner.
To pair cards, select one, then select another with the valid values. The card chose will be the next face card.
You can match aces with both twos and kings.
Jokers can be used to pair other cards.
If the card of your cards are valid, deal a new one.
Select the rightmost card on the deal row to get a new face card.
If you’ve ever made a mistake, use the undo button.
Finish the entire stack as soon as you can.
If you run out of valid moves, it’s game over.
You can try the level again or end the game from there.
You earn coins after every level.
Use the coins to buy power ups for your game.
The store for powerups plays before you start each level.
Chain: Gain a multiplier bonus for every card you remove one after the other. This costs 110 coins to purchase and is best to use only after you already have a long chain going or can see from the face up cards on the tableau that you can make a long chain.
Show cards face up: Briefly shows the identity of the face down cards on the stack. This costs 130 coins to purchase and is great to use when you are unsure of which of 2 parallel paths is best to take.
Double score: Doubles your points when you earn points for the next 10 seconds. This costs 150 coins to purchase and is great to use in the middle of long chains.
Jokers: Get a Joker card. You can also receive a Joker at random dealt into the stock cards. This costs 225 coins to purchase and can be used to open up a level early or keep a long chain going.
Get 5 Extra Cards: Add 5 more cards to your stock or reserves. This costs 300 coins to purchase, but can only be used after you have exhausted the card stock, making it less useful to stack scoring than the double score & Joker cards.
The price of power ups does not change as you progress through the game or buy multiple of any power up.
You can store multiple of each type of power up & if you do not use a power up you carry it in your inventory to the next level.
Levels are unlocked sequentially.
You start with only the first level unlocked.
Finish one level to unlock the next.
You cannot replay levels in this games.
There are 41 levels in this game.
After you get 14 levels into the game some card locations contain multiple cards directly atop each other & it can be hard to know more cards exist there unless you already played the level.
If you have multiple paths you can take on a level try to take whichever path allows you to open up the playing field fastest.
You can undo moves if you are uncertain between two paths, though undoing a move costs you 100 points.
If you score poorly on a level don’t be afraid to retry it.
Maximizing your level scores
Early in the game
Chain bonuses allow you to earn a higher score, but the key to maximizing your score early in this game is to have many cards left in your reserves when you beat a level.
Reserve your power up cards for continuing a great score on a level or the end of a level where you are about to lose but know you will win by making one play.
Later in the game
Once you have built up some power up cards you can then switch to maximizing your score by chaining Jokers to make an endless chain lasting the entire level.
Start the level by laying down about 50 to 100 chain bonus cards before making any other plays.
Then use the score doubling card and the Jokers to keep the chain going until the tableau is cleared.
By laying chain bonus cards first, then using a half dozen to dozen Jokers repeatedly to keep a long chain going can have you score thousands, tens of thousands, or even hundreds of thousands of extra points on a level.
The tedious part with doing the above is you’ll need to buy hundreds of bonus cards in between rounds & you have to select then purchase each of them one at a time.
The points you’ve earned while playing is your level score.
You receive 20 points for every card you match.
If you match multiple cards in a row without drawing a card from the stock it activates a chain bonus where you earn 2x, 3x, and so on for subsequent cards.
You also get 100 bonus points for every card left in the stock.
Undoing a move costs you 100 points.
Your level score is shown on the level’s icon on the selection screen.
Your total score is the sum of all your level scores.
You can view your total score on the bottom center of the level selection screen.
The level select screen shows your level score and star rating for each stage.
You can save your total score to the leaderboard when the following conditions are met:
You finish all 40 levels.
You end your playthrough after a game over.
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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