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Solitaire King: Maze (Windows 3.x)

Solitaire King: Maze Windows 3.x The game's title screen follows the freeware confirmation screen

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Solitaire King: Maze is a single player card game.

This title was of a number of freeware games that the developer released to promote interest in the full product, Solitaire King which had thirty-one different games and over eighty variations thereof.

The game is played with a standard deck of fifty-two cards and the object is to arrange all four suits in sequence starting with the Two and ascending to the King.
The game starts with all the cards being dealt face up in four rows of eleven and one row of ten then all the aces are removed. This leaves six spaces, cards are moved around the play area by filling a space with a card which continues the same-suit ascending sequence (view from left to right) with the card on either side of it.

There are no variations to this game.

The game has save/load and undo/redo functions but has no sound and no statistics are kept. It is played entirely with the mouse

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Solitaire King: Maze Windows 3.x This is the layout of the cards for this game
Solitaire King: Maze Windows 3.x The game has a help file that is accessed via the menu bar
Solitaire King: Maze Windows 3.x The game starts by displaying this screen which confirms it is freeware and advertises the full product.
Solitaire King: Maze Windows 3.x The game's title screen follows the freeware confirmation screen

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piltdown_man (72610) added Solitaire King: Maze (Windows 3.x) on Aug 25, 2014