How does one play the addiction solitaire game?
Someone asked this very question recently. Hidalgo offered help, and I followed her advice. However, I still had no idea how to play the game. I wrote out these comments to add onto the thread.
However, my words were not accepted–I didn’t handle the “reCAPTCHA” section correctly. (I clicked that I wasn’t a robot, but evidently this wasn’t enough.)
So I’m going to see if this post will be accepted, and I’ll end with this question: How does one play the addiction solitaire game?
The aces are removed to leave spaces for moving the cards. If you look at the sequence in the grid, you will notice that the first card is a 2. The idea of the game is to move the cards so that they match their suit (spades, hearts, diamonds and clubs in the order of the grid). The cards that can be moved are either flashing or lighted on the board. They move in order and matching suit. For instance, say you have a 3 of spades and there is an empty square beside it. You need to find the 4 of spades to put it next to it. This card should either be flashing or lighted. There will be others that will do the same. Now, the first card in the boxes are not always a 2. When that box empties you can pick and choose any 2 you want to start the process. It will go from 2 to the King. Aces will suddenly appear in the box beside the King when you finish the game. Hope this helps. I had to look at this game very closely and finally figured it out. Once you figure it out it becomes addicting.
I’m sorry that you were unable to post, @insomniac! The directions are as follows:
The goal in Addiction Solitaire is to sort all four rows in ascending order: 2 to K. Each row must be of the same suit. The game must be beaten before the time runs out.
Posted in HSN Arcade
09.01.18 10:34 PM