Penguin Solitaire

The objective of Penguin Solitaire is to move all cards from the tableau to the foundations.

TABLEAU - At the begining one card is dealt to the first pile in the tableau. This card is called a "beak" and this is the starting rank for foundation piles. Remaining 3 cards of same rank are dealt to the first three foundation piles and then remaining 48 cards are dealt face-up to all tableau piles so that all piles have 7 cards each.

FOUNDATION - Four foundation piles.

CELLS - Seven empty cells.

  • Foundation piles are built up by suit starting from the "beak"'s rank to the rank one below the "beak", wrapping from King to Ace if required.
  • On the tableau, cards are played in descending order and same suit wrapping from Ace to King if required.
  • One card or a group of in-suit cards in same sequence can be moved from one tableau pile to another tableau pile.
  • When a sequence of cards are moved between the tableau piles, there must be enough empty cells for all cards in the sequence, otherwise sequence can not be moved.
  • An empty tableau pile can be filled with a card which is one rank lower than the "beak" or a group of in-suit cards in sequence starting from one rank lower than the "beak".
  • Each cell can be used to hold one card during the game.
  • One card from the tableau can be moved to an empty cell or the foundation.
  • Card from a cell can be moved to the tableau or the foundation.
  • Moving cards from the foundation to the tableau is not allowed.

The game ends once all cards are moved onto the foundation piles.

  • Drag and drop cards between piles.
  • Double click top card in any of the tableau piles to automatically move to an empty cell.