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Tri-Peaks Solitaire - game


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Description
It's easy to learn, yet difficult to master. Can you get to the top of mountain and knock that cackling Billy Goat off? Good luck. Drag the cards to your hand to get rid of all the cards on the mountain. The value of the card you drag must be one greater or one less than the card in your hand.

Date added: 2012-08-23
Instructions
Drag the cards to your hand to get rid of all the cards on the mountain. The value of the card you drag must be one greater or one less than the card in your hand. If you cannot drag any cards, click on the card pile to draw a new card. The game is over when all of the pile cards are gone. Every time you get rid of a card, your “climb” points increase by one and are added to your score. When you click on your pile, your climb points start over at zero. Getting rid of cards in the same suit gives you three climb points. The cards on top of the mountain give you ten points.
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Description

It's easy to learn, yet difficult to master. Can you get to the top of mountain and knock that cackling Billy Goat off? Good luck. Drag the cards to your hand to get rid of all the cards on the mountain. The value of the card you drag must be one greater or one less than the card in your hand.