Magic Towers Solitaire

Game Description: Magic Towers Solitaire is a fun and more skillful version of the classic game of tripeaks solitaire.

How to Play Magic Towers Solitaire:

  • Magic Towers Solitaire is a card game played with a standard deck of 52 cards. In addition, there is also one "wild card" (which looks like a face down card but is not actually part of the deck).
  • Each round begins with 18 cards dealt face down and 10 cards dealt face up. (These 28 cards form the layout, and are in the shape of three towers). There is also one card dealt face up at the bottom. This card is the first card in the discard pile. The remaing 23 cards form the deck and are left face down.
  • The object of the game is to move all 28 cards from the layout unto the discard pile, before the deck runs out of cards, to make it to the next round.
  • Any face up card from the layout that is either one rank lower or higher than the top card of the discard pile can be moved. For instance, if the top card on the discard pile is a 4, any 3 or 5 from the layout can be moved. (To move a card simply click on it).
  • Aces may be moved unto a King, and a King may be moved unto an Ace.
  • If you cannot move any cards from the layout onto the discard pile, click the next card button or the wild card.
  • The wild card (which again, is not actually a playing card) may be played at any time, but may only be used one time during a round. After you play the wild card, any face up card from the layout may be moved unto the wild card.
  • You may click the 'Undo' button, at any time, to undo your last move.
  • The game ends when you fail to clear all 28 cards from the layout.

Magic Towers Solitaire Game Scoring:
  • If you finish a round early, you get time bonus points.
  • Earn 5000 wild card bonus points for completing a round successfully without using the wild card.
  • Receive 1000 deck card bonus points for each card that remains in the deck when you successfully complete a round.
  • Earn a round number bonus for successfully completing a round. The round number bonus works like this: For round 1, earn 1000 round number bonus points. For round 2, earn 2000 round number bonus points. For round 3, earn 3000 round number bonus points, and so on.
  • Clicking the 'Undo' button will cost you 200 points for each click.

Magic Towers Solitaire Game Options:
  • The game may be paused by clicking the 'Menu' button located at the upper left corner of the game screen. Click the 'Resume' button to continue.
  • The game sounds may be turned on or off by clicking the microphone icon located just under the 'Menu' button near the upper left corner.

Magic Towers Solitaire Playing Tips:
  • Make sure you don't miss any moves during a sequence by simply overlooking a move.
  • As in all tripeaks solitaire games the order in which you play your cards very often determines the length of a sequence. So, play your cards smartly.
  • Don't be afraid to use the 'Undo' button. This can sometimes help you win a round.
  • When you use your wild card very often determines whether or not you will win a round. As you gain experience, you will get a better sense of when to play your wild card.
  • When the last card is dealt from the deck the game will ask you to 'Take Points.' Do not take the points until you have played things out. Sometimes you may have plays remaining and can actually win the round! And even if you can't win, you will still want to earn any extra points you can by playing any of the remaining cards. So, always play everything out completely before you click on 'Take Points.'

Richard's Rating: 4 out of 5.

Comments: Magic Towers Solitaire is a delightful version of tripeaks solitaire with excellent graphics and special effects. Anyone who likes tripeaks should enjoy this game.

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