1. Challenging pyramid solitaire game 2. 28 cards to deal with 3. Select 2 cards that adds up to 13 4. A King is worth 13 points, the Queen is worth 12 points, the Jack is worth 11 points, the Ace is worth 1 5. Clear all the cards to win the game
Ancient Egypt was a land where lots of card games were popular amongst people there. Trade routes that linked Egypt with Europe made these games popular amongst people who traveled for business. One such game is Pyramid Solitaire. Now, unleash your card playing skills with Egyptian Solitaire for iPhone. Egyptian Solitaire is a challenging pyramid solitaire game for the iPhone. The Pharaohs built the Pyramid of Egypt which are great land marks. You have got the reins in your hands to build the Egyptian Pyramid of Solitaire. In this game, 28 cards are dealt out on the table, face up, in the form of a pyramid. Dealing begins with one top card, then two cards placed directly underneath that card, slightly covering the top card, then three cards dealt directly underneath that row, slightly covering the previous row. Dealing continues until 28 cards have been dealt out and there is a row of seven cards on the bottom row. The remaining cards are set on the table, face down, to form the draw pile. The player begins the play by selecting two exposed cards that is equal to 13 in value and removing them from the pile. A King is worth 13 points, the Queen is worth 12 points, the Jack is worth 11 points, the Ace is worth 1 point and the rest of the cards are taken at face value. Game play continues using exposed cards until no more matches can be made, then cards are turned over one at a time and used or covered by the next turn card. The goal is to pair up the entire deck of cards and have all of the cards used. The Pyramids and Pharaohs are ready…! Are you ready?