nKlondike Publisher's description
Klondike is probably the best-known solitaire card game in the world.
Klondike is probably the best-known solitaire card game in the world. This game called nKlondike is a Klondike clone with a mathematical twist.
There are a total of fifty numbers in the deck, 10 each colour with numbers 0 to 9. Twenty eight numbers are placed in 8 stacks (called Working Stacks) with first stack empty, second stack with one number going up to seven numbers in the eighth stack. Only the top card in a stack is open. Remaining 22 numbers are piled together in one stack (called the Common Stack) with top card being open. There are five stacks (called Solution Stacks) that hold the resulting ordered numbers, value 0 to 9 for each of the five colours.
You are required to put the set of 50 numbers from Working Stacks and Common Stack back in order on to the Solution Stacks.
You can move numbers around by the following set of rules:
1. Any number may be moved from the Common Stack or a Working Stack to another Working Stack provided the moved number is of same colour as the destination number and of value one less than the value of the destination number
2. A sequence of numbers may be moved from one Working Stack to another provided the top number of the moved sequence is of same colour as the destination number and of value one less than the value of the destination number
3. Any number or a sequence of numbers can be placed in an empty Working Stack
4. Any number can be moved from the Common Stack to an empty Working Stack
5. A number can be moved from a Working Stack or the Common Stack to the Solution Stack provided that:
* The moved number is of same colour as the destination number and of value one more than the value of the destination number
* A number of value 0 can be moved to any free space in the Solution Stack
6. The game finishes when all 50 numbers have been moved to the Solution Stack in 5 piles of five colours. A stack must have number values 0 to 9, 0 being the first and 9 being the last number.
How to Move Numbers
1. Left click and drag-drop to the destination location
2. Right click to move a number automatically to a valid location if there is one
3. Drag and drop a sequence of numbers to a valid location
4. Left click on > or < to see the next or previous number in the Common Stack
5. Resize window to increase or decrease number size
6. Use Options to set fonts and colours of your choice
System Requirements:Microsoft VB6 runtimes
Program Release Status:
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall