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Easy Go Solitaire

Game Description

This game may have easy in its name but it is not easy if you don't play strategically. At the start of the game 4 aces are dealt as the start of the 4 foundation piles. Then 12 cards are dealt as the start of 12 tableau piles. The aim of the game is to put all the cards to the 4 foundation piles. The foundation piles are built up in suit. You can also put cards on tableau piles and the tableau piles are built down in suit. Each time you flip a card from the stock pile to the waste pile, and then you can put the card in the waste pile or in a tableau pile to another tableau pile or to the foundation piles. Note that you can only move one card each time. When there are empty spaces in the tableau piles, you can put a card from the waste pile or other tableau piles to fill the space. You need to carefully plan which card to fill the spaces in order to win the game. The stock cards are dealt only once, make sure that you use the cards wisely.

Credits

Game Design:

Peter LEE

Programming:

George CHAN

Graphics:

Tony MAN

Sounds:

Paul WONG

English Texts:

Peter LEE

Traditional Chinese Texts:

Peter LEE

Simplified Chinese Texts:

Peter LEE

Spanish Texts:

Gloria ARIAS RECANSENS

Japanese Texts:

Miwa TOTANI

Portuguese Texts:

DataSource International Limited

German Texts:

Claudia NOREIKS

Arabic Texts:

Amgad REFAI

French Texts:

James CARTLAND

Russian Texts:

DataSource International Limited

Korean Texts:

DataSource International Limited

Indian Texts:

DataSource International Limited
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