Solitaire PiknicTM
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In the example shown below, there are 4 valid plays (highlighted with a yellow box around them) that can currently be played. As one of the examples below shows, you can make a play and score points using the four adjacent 10's: you would LEFT click once on each of the 10's, then RIGHT click anywhere to make the play. The 10's will then automatically be removed, and any cards above them will drop down to fill in the holes.

Screen Shot of Solitair Piknic

Thus, as you become a more strategic player, you will not only identify hands that can be played, but you will visualize what other hands might be made once you have made a play.

Never give up!!!  The game isn't over until all valid plays have been executed — and the computer will conveniently let you know when that happens. If you really get stuck, there are clever hints available.

The bottom of the screen will also show you which hands you have made so far (since you gain extra points for getting a higher variety of hands). Also, for easy reference their values are shown and a definition of what makes that type of hand is shown if you click on the box.

As shown below, once you have won the game a scoreboard will pop up and let you know how many hands you created, how many cards you cleared, and how many points (including bonus points) that you scored. As your skills improve, you will want to see if you can make different types of hands: for example, if you have already achieved getting a pair, you might want to see where you could arrange three cards together so that you will get points for getting a three of a kind.

Screen Shot of Solitair Piknic Score Board

Compatible with Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, Me, and 9x.



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