Bicycle Solitaire is a card game released by SWFTE international Ltd. for the DOS platforms. The puzzle game released in 1991 is played
from a top-down perspective. Bicycle solitaire features a flip screen and fixed visuals.
The single-player game is commanded by the mouse. The objective of the game is to launch and play into position-specific cards to create
the foundation in a suit and sequence, from ace via the king. The main motive is to build the entire pack on the base, and when the player
achieves it, he wins the game. The game features an undo function and saves the scores of multiple players. It possesses calculation, four
seasons, Auld Land Syne, Klondike, little spider, and golf games.
Bicycle Solitaire does not contain an in-game help to teach the game rules to the player. Also, it does not provide the choice of background
or card back. Moreover, there is an additional feature for the sound that consists of a beep. It beeps when the player tries to play the wrong card.
Some of the games, such as Gold, do not feature any variants. Nonetheless, others have different manners to play. For instance, Klondike allows
the player to draw one to three cards at the same time.
The former array can be altered by transferring cards amidst the face-up cards. The cards of the tableau are allowed to be played at an instance.
However, others cannot be played until the player removes specific blocking cards.
When the player transfers cards and initiates the building sequences, upon uncovering an ace, it must be situated at the foundation or base piles.
The foundation gets created in a sequence, from ace to king.
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