BG Aces to the top solitare
|title:||BG Aces to the top solitare|
|features:||text, sound, visuals|
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As in traditional solitare, the cards are dealt from the pack into four major columns, however unlike traditional solitare, the columns start empty. Each turn four cards are dealt to the columns, and then the player is allowed to remove any cards that are of the same suit and lower value as a previous card until no more removals are possible. With the Ace in this varient counting as the highest of all card values above the king, the object is to end up with the entire pack removed from the columns and the four aces at the top of each.
Of course, whether you can actually get through the hole pack in order is something else, therefore Ian has added a number of options to make the game somewhat more interesting, awarding points for the amount of cards you can clear so that you can work to beat your top score. All this makes for an adictive and logical game requiring extensive card counting, though rather easier in spacial logic than some.
As usual with all spoonbill titles, BG AcEs to the top solitare uses Microsoft Sapi to voice the game so no screen reader is needed, and has high contrast graphics for visually impared players as well as extensive documentation. Plus of course you can as usual play midi music during the game to give your brain a break.
Also similarly to all other Spoonbill Games, the game is completely free.
If you'd like a copy of BG Aces to the top Solitare, , just drop Ian Humphries an E-mail with your name and country on [email protected]
Updates: entry 25 Jan 17 and description 25 Jan 17