Welcome to Klondike Solitaire, the constant game played by millions around the world. As a great single player game, Klondike Solitaire challenges your mind and your understanding of the same. The goal is basic: you must produce four piles of cards of similar shading and in an increasing request from Ace to King. It sounds simple, but it requires a bit of key guesswork and planning ahead. How does Klondike Solitaire work? When all is said and done, this is your run-of-the-mill solitaire game, as you most likely know and love. We need to check the overall reason for the game. 1. You have 7 piles of cards which are the main table 2. Above the screen there are 4 piles of cards which are unoccupied above all. This is the place you need to build your final stacks, from Ace to King. 3. The reserve contains all the cards that are not spread on the table. You can take any of the cards from the pool and use them where they fit. You must now use every available card to collect groupings in a drop-down query and rotate shades of each of the seven groups that make up your main table. For example, if a red 10 is spread, a dark 9 should follow, at that point a red 8, a dark 7, and so on. In the event that you pass over the Ace, it must be assigned to one of the four groups above your main table. The four aces are the creation of the stacks you need to develop. Here you have to sort the cards in ascending order of similar shading. So the stack should for example start with Ace of Hearts and end with King of Hearts. The same goes for the other three stacks. In any case, to do this, you must first find and spread each of these cards. When you hover over a card that will be next in one of the four settling groups, you can tap on it and it will be sent there. For example, on the off chance that you see 2 spades, you can tap it and you will go directly over the spade spade. Extremely simple in principle, but revealing each basic card is somewhat of an ordeal. Game Control Right now it's at least somewhat simple. Cards are managed accordingly. You just need to tap on the cards you can use and they will naturally travel to the right place. Essentially, tap the reserve to reveal its cards. Game Varieties You can play the great form of Klondike Solitaire or make it significantly more intriguing by choosing Vegas Solitaire. It's basically a similar game, anyway you play with (only virtual) coins and try to play in the benefit zone. You start with a few virtual dollars of liabilities and earn money every time you place a card at one of the four groups of establishments. This gives Vegas Solitaire significantly more excitement than the standard version. You can select the Vegas solitaire form by going to the selection menu (the little fake manipulator), tap the dollar sign.