World of Solitaire is an interesting computer game based on the cards. It is played on a computer and pretty much offers the feeling that you are playing a real deck of cards. With the many versions available, it is safe to say that everyone who is computer literate knows a version of the game or they’ve actually played it. The game can be played on your web browser or you can play the full online version which offers a richer variety from Canfield to Golf to Montana and many more you can choose from.
Simply put World of Solitaire is a game of strategy, skill and luck. Just like playing from a real deck of cards, the computer stacks up 52 cards in piles. The piles are arranged from the left to the right of the screen and the cards are placed on top of each other. Placement of cards also increases as you move from the left to the right. The card on top of the others on each pile is always placed facing upwards and the others face downwards.
The mouse is used as the primary control device. To pick a card, left click on it and drag it to a location on one of the four foundations and release the click to place the card.
There are four foundations and the main aim is to transfer all the cards into the four foundations. When all the cards have been transferred you will have won. The cards on top of each pile and all the remaining cards from the deck are eligible for playing. Basically you use the idea of arranging items from top to bottom. Using this idea transfer the cards from one pile to another. You will note that when you pick a card which was facing upwards from a pile, the next card in that pile will become the top card facing upwards. Play like this until all there are no more cards to pick from the deck.