Your screen is to small to play this free card game.
You surely also know the story of Ali Baba and the 40 thieves. This has now been incorporated into a brand new and exciting online flash game. This online game is called Forty Thieves Solitaire. You have a deck of 40 cards, with which you can play. The cards are available in the four colors hearts, spades, diamonds as well as clubs. The aim of the game is to form a deck from ace to the king by skillfully moving cards. Therein, cards of the same color can always be stacked up in sequence. When you see an ace, you can move it to one of the discard piles right away with a simple double click. This then forms the foundation. Now you have to one after the other fill up these discard piles with cards from the deck, until all eight stacks are complete. Therein, the cards are always placed in a descending order. If things ever do not work out with the existing cards, you can also reveal a new card in the game of Forty Thieves Solitaire. To do this, you simply click on the pile of yet hidden cards. You can scroll through this stack as often as you would like, and whenever you need a card from it, pick that card up and use it. In this Solitaire game, you have to really think things through and fill up the stack as soon as possible. Only when you combine skill and practice your patience whenever it is needed will you be able to win this game. Have Fun!
Use your mouse to play this fun online card game.
Do you enjoy to solve a card puzzle, and do you also like to play free online games? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play our free Forty Thieves Solitaire game online. Am I right? ;)
Solitaire is a variation of the card game Patience that was invented in France. Of many famous people, we know that they like to play Solitaire. Artists like the Italian violinist and composer Paganini, and politicians like Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Otto von Bismarck, and Charles de Gaulle. Napoleon laid the cards supposedly not only for a fun pastime, but also as an oracle when facing difficult choices. Great writers such as Somerset Maugham, Charles Dickens and Dostoevsky mention the game in their works. The earlier assessment that Solitaire is a game primarily for the ladies has therefore never proved to be true.