Scorpion Solitaire

The rules and principles of the game Scorpion Solitaire are the same as in the game Klondike. This is a modified version of the solitaire. So, in addition to individual cells for folding the sequence, there are additional ones with which certain rules are associated.  


The goal of the Scorpion Solitaire is to collect decreasing sequences in suit from King to Ace. The game uses a full deck of 52 cards. All cards are laid out in 8 piles face down. The value of each card is visible, which facilitates the gameplay.  

Add a sequence of cards of the same suit, starting with Ace and ending with King. There is no way to earn extra time in this version of solitaire. You must try to add up the solitaire as soon as possible.  

One of the main features of the solitaire is the ability to move not only the assembled sequences as in most classic versions of the game but the movement of stacks of cards consisting of various suits and values. So, by moving a matching card into a new pile, you get the ability to move all the other cards placed on top.  

Before you start the game, carefully study the layout on the playing field. Do not rush to make a move. Each your decision can affect the outcome of the game.  

You can only move cards that are one less than the base unit. So, only Jack is allowed to be placed on Queen of the same suit. All the cards covering it are moved together as a unit. You can move any open card. If a cell is freed up on the playing field it can be filled with King or a group of cards headed by King. If necessary, you can undo the last move.  

Reveal the face-down cards as soon as possible. Try to free the cell on the playing field placing King on it to assemble the sequence faster. With each suit collected, the game will become easier. Don't fill empty spaces until you need to.