Solitaire. Emma and Rupert returned to Africa, where they met Aunt Roberta, a loony lady with a crazy cache of lore and a hatbox, full of playing cards. She is going to lead our unlikely duo from marketplaces to museums in a brand new card-matching, jewel-swapping, mystery-solving adventure! You are going to play in different places with different people. Your task is simply .. to play and to win. The classic game presents all cards in eight columns (four of seven, four of six). The aim is to build sequences from aces up by moving cards to four "build stack" spaces (top left). Cards at the bottom of the columns which do not fit the "build stack" spaces may be moved to or from four "scratch" spaces (top right). The game is great because of that thing that it completes the features of adventure and a card game.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
During game play, you are not going to sit near the table and thinking. You are going to play cards with the loony lady in different places. New jewels, coins, and special moves on the jewel board await you in 114 all new layouts set against rich, vibrant backgrounds. You should play your cards wisely, or your journey could soon end. It is one of the greatest features that the intrigue waits around every corner and you don.t know when the end could come. There are two unique modes to play through for many more hours of fun. The non-violent gameplay makes the game enjoyable for every member of the family. See all of the story and it.s touching conclusion.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
Over 114 Original Layouts Two Unique Game Modes Fun for the whole family
Windows 98/2000/Me/XP,Processor: 400 MHz,DirectX 7.0,128 MB RAM,Free hard drive space: 45MB,16MB DirectX 7.0 Video Card,DirectX-compliant Sound Card
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