BG Pyramid Solitare
|title:||BG Pyramid Solitare|
|features:||text, sound, visuals|
|last edit by:||Dark|
As you might expect, Pyramid Solitare is similar to other Solitare varients accept that instead of the cards being arranged in columns and rows, they are arranged in the form of a pyramid of 28 cards, with the rest being used to form a stock and waste pile. The object is to pass through the stock pile, and remove pairs of cards from the pyramid that total 13, with kings counting 13 points on their own. If a player can do this with three passes through the stock, you win.
As is usual with spoonbill games, Microsoft Sapi is used to output all text and make the game self voicing, and there are plenty of keys for reviewing the pyramid and quickly moving cards around. The game also features highly visible graphics which may be maximized, making it ideal for players with any level of vision, tracks all your winning statistics, and can play midi music in the background to keep you entertained while you demolish the pyramid.
For your own copy of Pyramid Solitare, Just send an E-mail request to Ian Humphries on [email protected] noting your name and country of residence, and he'll gladly send you one. Also, you'll be placed on the Spoonbill mailing list for notes about his other games.
Updates: entry 25 Jan 17 and description 25 Jan 17