Tri Towers Solitaire

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Tri Towers Solitaire Instructions

Tri Towers Solitaire is controlled by using the mouse. Click on cards to place them on the foundation stack or click on the button labeled "Next Card" to change the card on the foundation stack. The undo button is used to undo moves.

Tri Towers Solitaire Walkthrough

Tri Towers Solitaire (also known as Magic Towers Solitaire) is a great alternative solitaire game for those tired of Klondike. This card game features simple controls, outstanding graphics, and a high score table to compare your score with other players.

Tri Towers Solitaire may seem complicated at first, but once you get the hang of it, it becomes very easy to understand, perhaps easier than Klondike! The goal of this card game is to clear the three "towers" of cards to win each round. Cards at the bottom of each tower are placed face-up. When these bottom cards are removed, the cards on the next level are flipped and so on. Cards are removed from the tower by clicking them if they are valued at one above or one below the top card on the foundation stack. Suit is no issue in this card game. When all of the towers are cleared, your score for the round will be tallied and you will advance to the next.

If you cannot move any cards from the tower to the foundation stack, you can have another card dealt on top of the foundation by clicking the right-most of the face-down cards to the left of the foundation stack. You may also use the wild card at any time, but you are only granted one per round. If you have used the wild card, have no valid moves, and have no cards left to be dealt on top of the foundation stack, then you will lose the game.

If you want to be immortalized on the Tri Towers Solitaire scoreboard, keep the following tips in mind as they may prove useful. Firstly, while there is no time limit in this card game, you can earn bonus points for quickly completing each round. Secondly, you can gain more points by chaining the placement of cards on the foundation before dealing the next card. The wild card also counts towards this chain, so proper usage of the wild card can also bolster your score. Finally, the undo button can help you to correct mistakes, but it comes at a penalty, and thus, should be used sparingly.

Tri Towers Solitaire is perfect for casual gamers that want to kill time. Simple controls and superb graphics make this card game a winner!