World of Solitaire
World of Solitaire
World of Solitaire is the latest addition to the growing series of “easy-to-learn-and-play” card games that have become increasingly popular over the past decade. What sets World of Solitaire apart from other similar games is that it combines traditional card game play with the exciting, yet simple mechanics of a social game. World of Solitaire: Classy. Fun!
The game is played in a virtual world, where players are placed in a virtual world similar to the one that was created when the original Solitaire games were first developed. Players must first select a card from their deck, choosing a face card that has three or more blank spaces (in which you can place a card). The deck is then divided into four decks of ten cards each, with each deck containing cards of the same suit, color, and value. The first player begins to build their hand, selecting cards to place on their tables at any time throughout the game.
Once you have selected the first card from your deck, each time you look at the next card, you may swap it with the first card in the current deck. You do this by moving the first card from its current position to the front of the pile, or by putting a card on top of the pile that is currently in front of another card. If you swap a card, however, you must replace that card with a new card, or the card you swap will be replaced by a duplicate.
The goal of the game is to reach a set number of cards by playing out a new deck of ten cards over the course of several rounds of play. Each round you play brings you one step closer to reaching the goal of winning the game and taking home that prized card. The winner of a round is the player who has drawn the most cards from the deck. When you reach that point, you are allowed to make changes to your deck, shuffling the cards before adding a card from your remaining deck to your starting hand. The goal is to have as many cards in your hand as possible, since you must play a new deck of cards every time you draw one.
It’s important to note that when you choose to swap a card, you may not necessarily have a card remaining in your deck. In some cases, swapping a card may result in a duplicate being drawn, or a card being moved to another deck. This is true even if you only have a single card in the same suit, color or value. In those instances, you must replace the card you swapped for by selecting another card and placing it on top of the existing deck.
While it may not seem easy to master, World of Solitaire is a fun way to unwind and refresh yourself after a long day, and it also provides an opportunity to connect with friends and family over the Internet. Play with friends from all over the world to create some serious competition, and enjoy the great graphics and great sound effects that make World of Solitaire stand out among the many similar games.