Sheriff Tripeaks Instructions
Sheriff Tripeaks is controlled by using the mouse.
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Sheriff Tripeaks Walkthrough
Sheriff Tripeaks is a card game based on the Tri Peaks (also known as Pyramids) variation of solitaire. This card game features a Western theme, simple controls, and twenty-five levels.
The goal of Sheriff Tripeaks is to clear all cards from the screen by placing them on the foundation stack. Cards can only be placed on the foundation stack if they are one higher or one lower in value compared to the foundation stack's top card. There are twenty-five levels in this card game, each with their own formation of cards, so you won't have to play the same three-pyramid formation every game. Your progress is automatically saved upon the completion of each level, so you can continue from where you left off the next time that you play.
The mouse is used to control Sheriff Tripeaks. Click on cards to place them on the foundation stack. This card game will only accept valid moves, so clicking on cards that cannot be placed on the stack will do nothing. If you cannot place any cards on the foundation stack, you may click on the pile of cards to the bottom-left of the screen to deal a new card on top of the foundation stack. You may also undo moves up to three times per round by clicking the undo button. If you run out of valid moves and cards to deal, then the game will end in loss.
There is a five minute time limit in each round of Sheriff Tripeaks, so you will have to be quick. The faster you are, the more points you will earn. As a bit of a challenge, see if you can earn a gold badge on all twenty-five levels. Remember that you can retry levels that you have already completed to improve your score.
Sheriff Tripeaks is a unique rendition of Tri Peaks solitaire that casual gamers are sure to enjoy. This card game also makes one wonder: had cowboys played solitaire instead of poker, many shootouts probably could have been avoided!