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Russian Solitaire

Game Description

Under the charm of the Russian Solitaire, your task is to move all cards to 4 foundations by suit from A to K. When the game starts, cards will be dealt to 7 tableau piles. The leftmost tableau pile will be dealt only 1 upturned card, while each of the remaining tableau piles will be dealt 1 to 6 downturned cards from left to right, plus 5 upturned cards on the top. The foundations are located at the top of the screen. Cards on the tableau piles are to be built down by suit. A Group of cards can be moved regardless of sequence as long as the move itself is building down a suit, for example, a 9 of spades and a 4 of diamonds can be moved together as a group to a 10 of spades on another tableau pile. An empty tableau pile can be occupied by a K. Each card moved to the foundation is worth 100 points, and time bonuses will be awarded when you finish the game. If no more valid moves can be made, you lose. Play the game now and indulge in the exotic ambiance of Eastern Europe!

Credits

Game Design:

Hillwins LEE

Programming:

Fish LUNG, Steve WONG

Graphics:

Issac TSANG

Sounds:

Paul WONG

English Texts:

Tracy TANG

Traditional Chinese Texts:

Tracy TANG

Simplified Chinese Texts:

Tracy TANG

Spanish Texts:

Gloria ARIAS RECANSENS

Japanese Texts:

Miwa TOTANI

Portuguese Texts:

Barbara TAVERNARD-THOMPSON

German Texts:

Claudia NOREIKS

Arabic Texts:

Amgad REFAI

French Texts:

James CARTLAND

Russian Texts:

Anna VASILJEVA

Korean Texts:

Hyunju KWON

Indian Texts:

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