EverydayGames Addiction Solitaire
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Addiction Solitaire Rules
Object of the Game
The object of the game is to arrange each suit (without the Aces) in a row that's in order from Two's in the leftmost column built up to Kings in the second-to-the-rightmost column. A given suit may go in any row. So, for example, if the leftmost card is the Two of Hearts, the next card to the right must be the Three of Hearts, then the Four of Hearts, etc. with the King of Hearts in the second-to-last column and the rightmost column left blank.
To start the game, if hints are on, click a highlighted card to move it. The highlighted cards are the cards which are eligible to be moved to spaces to the right of a card of the same suit but one less in value. So the Three of Diamonds may move to the right of the Two of Diamonds. Cards may also be dragged and dropped into position. Two's may go in the first row only.
Each card in the correct position is worth 10 points. Therefore, placing all 48 cards in their correct positions is worth 480 points, the highest score which may be achieved.
If playing with hints on, simply click on highlighted cards to move them around the board. Cards will always move to the empty space to the right of the card of the same suit of one less value. Note that nothing may be played to an empty space which has a King to its immediate left. Sound may be turned off by unchecking the "Sound" checkbox, and times may be posted once the game has been won.
How does Addiction Solitaire differ from Gaps Solitaire?
EverydayGames Addiction Solitaire is very similar to EverydayGames Gaps Solitaire. The difference is that in Addiction, the gaps are completely random throughout the game. In EverydayGames Gaps, however, the gaps always are to the right of each completed card sequence starting in the leftmost position, or in the first position if no sequence has started for a given row.
-Avoid leaving gaps to the right of Kings;
-Be careful when playing a Two to an empty space. It may be more advantageous to play one Two instead of another. It pays to think ahead!
Posting a Winning Time
Players may post their winning time once the game is won. If you have won the game, enter your screen name (5 to 10 characters), and then click the 'Click to Post Winning Time' button. If your time is in the top 10 for the day, you will see it immediately. If your time is not in the top 10, you may see it on the EverydayGames Global Online Live Scoring page.
Note: You must post your time before you click 'New Game'.