A puzzle game where you have to grow the best flower garden you can with the cards you are dealt.
Click on a card to select it, then click a square of your garden to play it in. Green flower cards can be placed on an empty square to plant a flower. Blue water cards are played on top of flowers to water them.
When a flower has been watered enough, it will have all its petals and you will earn a few cards back into your hand.
If you can get a flower to fully bloom in every square of your garden, you'll clear the game and get a score bonus.
Designed by Simple Tools, a team comprised of professional developers and non-developers, Gravity Academy is a physical card game that truly comes to life when played with its accompanying companion app for touchscreens, browsers, and PCs. The game is set in a 1950’s sci-fi vision of what a school in the future might look like, with Students competing with one another to receive Commendations in subjects such as Cosmosports and Rocket Science. Gravity Academy is played with a custom set of cards with gorgeous retro futuristic art.
Aim: to build in suit from ace to king on the top four foundations.After the initial deal, cards or sequences can be moved between the stacks in the tableau in red-black descending order (black 10 on red jack, etc...) and an calid card can be moved to a foundation.Cards can be dealt from the stock pile to the waste pile by clicking on the deck. The top card of the waste pile can be moved to any foundation or any appropriate stack in the tableau.
Each turn, the player will put down a card and add value of the card to the previous card. This will carry on until somebody reaches 99 or breaks 99. The way to win is to either reach 99 or make the other player break 99.
Challenge your card skills in this exciting Solitaire game with 3 difficulty levels!
Solitaire TriPeaks is a popular version similar to Golf and Pyramid Solitaire games.
Your goal is to clear the game board by combining the cards into a sequence and moving them from the tableau to the foundation.
The longer those card-sequences are, the more points you will get.
The order of cards is continuous: ..., 4, 3, 2, Ace, King, Queen, Jack, ...
Have fun playing this Solitaire game!