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Kings Corner 1.0

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Kings Corners card game
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Screenshot of Main program screen


Kings Corners Rules
The object of Kings Corners is to deal all the cards from the deck onto the board. There are only four limitations to how you can do this:

· You cannot put a card on another card.
· You must put kings in the corner spaces.
· You must put queens in the left and right non-corner spaces.
· You must put jacks in the top and bottom non-corner spaces.

Each time a card is dealt, click on the space where you want to put the card.

When you have filled all the spaces, you must then remove any tens or pairs of cards which add up to ten. You do this by clicking on the cards; if the card is a ten, it will be removed, otherwise it will be inverted and you will need to click on another card which makes a total of ten.

When you have removed all the cards possible, click on the deck and the cards will be dealt for you to refill the spaces.

You can get stuck in two ways:

· You can't place a dealt face card in any of its appropriate spaces.
· You can't remove any cards after filling the spaces.

Kings Corners Strategy

Dealing - When filling the spaces with non-face cards, try to:

· fill the middle spaces first in order to save the outer spaces for the face cards.
· avoid filling up all the spaces for a face card before necessary. For example, don't fill all the king spaces while all the queen or jack spaces are still open.
· when you must fill the last space of a face card, pick the face card which is mostly filled with face cards. For example, if three kings have been played, but no other face cards, it makes more sense to fill the king space before filling the last queen or jack space.

Removing Cards

When removing cards, try to:

· remove cards from the outer edges before removing them from the center.
· remove cards from all three face card spaces. For example, don't remove cards from just the king spaces, or you will get stuck if you are then dealt a jack or queen.

System Requirements

Copy CAB file to handheld and tap on it to install.

Installation Instructions

Copy CAB file to handheld and tap on it to install.


Solitairecard game

License Shareware
It's a demo has reduced functionality or contains nag-screens and in order to continue to use it or its full functionality you will have to pay for it.
Website http://www.thievesandkings.com
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Popularity 1003
Total Downloads  45
Submitted By Rich Hawley
Submitted On 04 February 2014


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