21 Solitaire

21 Solitaire

21 Solitaire is a Black Jack variation with 4 different game modes. The game includes basic modes for beginners and casino gameplay for the professionals.

Use the mouse to play. Your goal is to get a value as close to 21 points as possible without going over it.

Osmosis Solitaire

Osmosis Solitaire

Osmosis, also known as Treasure Trove, is an interesting solitaire game played with a deck of 52 standard playing cards. Your goal in this game is to move all cards by suit regardless of ranks to the foundations. When the game starts, you will be given 4 vertically arranged reserve piles on the left of the screen. Each of these reserve piles has 3 face-down cards plus 1 face-up card on the top. In the middle of the screen are 4 vertically arranged foundations. 1 face-up card will be dealt to the top foundation as the starting rank, while the other foundations are empty. The remaining cards are placed face-down to the stock pile at the top right, and then 1 face-up card will be dealt to the discard pile underneath. The foundations are to be built by suit regardless of ranks. Note that the three empty foundations must begin with cards of the same rank as the first card of the top foundation, for example, if the first card of the top foundation is an 8 of hearts, the other foundations must also start with an 8. Cards in the foundations are fanned from left to right. After a card of the starting rank has been placed to an empty foundation, you can move a card to this foundation if a card of the same rank has already been placed in the foundation above it. For example, an 8 of spades has been moved to the second foundation, and in the top foundation are 8, 3 and J of hearts. In this case, you can move 3 and J of spades to the second foundation. Each time you can click and drag the top card from a reserve pile or the discard pile to the foundations. If you have run out of moves, you can click the stock pile to deal a new card to the discard pile. When the stock pile has run out of cards, you can click the empty stock pile to redeal. Play now and see how quickly you can collect all cards!

Cruel Solitaire

Cruel Solitaire

Solitaire veterans, time to prove your possession of talent and fortune in Cruel Solitaire! Your goal in this game is to move all cards by suit from A to K to the foundations. When the game starts, all 4 Aces will be moved to the 4 vertically arranged foundations on the right of the screen. Then each of the 12 tableau piles in the middle will be dealt 4 face-up cards. An empty stock pile is located on the bottom left. The tableau piles are to be built down by suit, and each time only the top card on a tableau pile can be moved. If a tableau pile becomes empty, you cannot place any card on it. If you want to redeal the cards or if you have run out of moves, click the empty stock pile. Then all cards on the tableau piles will be collected starting with the last pile on the lower right to the first pile on the top left. The cards collected will then be dealt to the tableau piles again without shuffle, starting with the first pile on the top left, with each pile being dealt 4 face-up cards until all cards are dealt. The number of redeals is unlimited, but if you cannot make at least one move after a redeal, you lose. Will you be able to solve the advanced riddle successfully?

Alternation Solitaire

Alternation Solitaire

Join the league of solitaire elites and see if you can conquer the difficult Alternation Solitaire! Using 2 decks of standard playing cards, your goal in this game is to move all cards by suit from A to K to the foundations. When the game starts, 8 empty foundations will be located at the top of the screen. Each of the 7 tableau piles below the foundations will be dealt 7 cards alternating between face-up and face-down, i.e. the first card on a tableau pile is face-up, the second card is face-down, the third card is face-up, and so on. The remaining cards will be placed face-down to the stock pile on the left of the tableau piles, and 1 face-up card will be dealt to the discard pile below the stock pile. The tableau piles are to be built down by alternating colors, and each time you can move a card or a group of cards to another tableau pile according to this rule. The face-down cards on the tableau piles will be turned face-up when the cards on top of them are removed. If a tableau pile becomes empty, you can move a K or a group starts with a K to it. The top card on the discard pile can be moved to a tableau pile or a foundation. If you have run out of moves, you can click the stock pile to deal a new card to the discard pile. But if the stock pile becomes empty and you cannot make any more moves, you lose. Make wise moves to solve the peculiar puzzle!

Demons and Thieves Solitaire

Demons and Thieves Solitaire

A fantastic crossover of the famous Demon Solitaire and Forty Thieves Solitaire, Demons and Thieves will test your organization ability amidst different arrangements. Your goal in this game is to move all cards to the 8 foundations at the top of the screen, building up by suit and starting with the cards of the same rank as the card dealt to the leftmost foundation, wrapping from K to A if necessary. When the game starts, 1 face-up card will be dealt to the leftmost foundation serving as the starting rank. Under the foundations are 9 tableau piles. Each of the 4 tableau piles on the left side will be dealt 1 face-up card, while each of the 5 tableau piles on the right side will be dealt 8 face-up cards. 13 face-up cards will be dealt to the reserve pile on the left of the tableau piles. The remaining cards will be placed face-down to the stock pile at the top left corner of the screen, and 1 face-up card will be dealt to the discard pile on the right of the stock pile. The 4 tableau piles on the left side are to be built down by alternating colors, while the 5 tableau piles on the right side are to be built down by suit. In both cases, cards should be wrapped from A to K if necessary. You can move a group of cards to another tableau pile if it forms a legal descending sequence in its current tableau pile, for example, a 7 of spades and a 6 of hearts on a tableau pile on the left side can be moved as a group to a tableau pile on the right side, since they form a legal sequence on the left side. This kind of card movements is called “shift”. The top cards on the reserve pile and the discard pile can be moved to a tableau pile or a foundation. If you have run out of moves, you can click the stock pile to deal a new card to the discard pile. The stock pile allows 2 redeals. Challenge your skills now and make as many strategic shifts among the tableau piles as possible!

Crazy Quilt Solitaire

Crazy Quilt Solitaire

As unusual as it seems, Crazy Quilt is a challenging and fun solitaire game. Using 2 decks of standard playing cards, your goal in this game is to move all cards to the 8 vertically arranged foundations on the left and right of the screen. The 4 foundations on the left should be built up by suit from A to K, while the 4 foundations on the right should be built down by suit from K to A. When the game starts, the 4 Aces will be dealt to the foundations on the left, while the 4 Ks will be dealt to the foundations on the right. Then 64 cards will be dealt face-up to the tableau in the middle of the screen, with every other card rotated 90 degrees, for example on the first row, the first card is placed vertically, the second horizontally, the third vertically, and so on; on the second row, the first card is placed horizontally, the second vertically, and so on. The remaining cards are placed face-down to the stock pile at the top left corner, while the discard pile at the top right corner will be left empty. On the tableau, only a card that has a shorter side unblocked, i.e. not touching any other card, can be moved. To deal a new card to the discard pile, click the stock pile. Cards on the discard pile can be built up or down by suit using the tableau cards. The stock pile allows 1 redeal. Try to clear the threads from the quilt of cards now!