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Freecell Solitaire Card Game

Let's recall the endless fun of the classic card game! The aim of Freecell Solitaire is to move all cards to 4 foundations by suit from A to K. When the game opens, 52 standard playing cards will be distributed to 8 tableau piles. Instructions to play this game is given immediately after your start this game. This is very addictive game. However it is very much fun to play this Freecell Solitaire Game.

Find the Pair Game

In this game there will be a number of objects on the screen. Two of the objects will be identical, and you need to find out the two as quickly as possible. The faster you find them, the higher the score you have. Use the mouse to click the identical objects. Can you find the identical pair as quickly as possible?

Eyesight Challenge Game

In this game there will be a room full of objects. There will be a list of objects for you to find in the room. The faster you find out all the objects, the higher the score. If you cannot find a certain object you can click the hint button. Use the mouse to click at the objects.
This Game is going to test your eyes. Also it will train your brain for better visual skills. Are your eyesight good enough to find all the items? Do check it out!

Tri Peaks Solitaire Card Game

Will you rise above the top of the peaks or be defeated by the mountains? In Tri Peaks Solitaire, your goal is to move all cards from the three peaks to the discard pile. When the game opens, 18 downturned cards will be dealt to form three connected peaks, while 10 upturned cards will be placed under the peaks. 1 upturned card will be dealt to the discard pile at the bottom of the screen, and the remaining cards will be downturned and placed to the stock pile on the left of the discard pile. You can click to move an upturned card on the peak which is of an immediately adjacent ranking with the card on the discard pile regardless of their suits, for example, when the Ace of clubs is on the discard pile, any K or any 2 from the peaks can be moved to the discard pile. The downturned cards on the peaks will reveal when they are no longer blocked by other cards. You may click the stockpile to deal a new card whenever necessary. The game ends when the stock pile is used up but no more cards…

Pyramid Solitaire Card Game

Can you accomplish the task given by the Pharaoh? Your goal in this game is to remove all cards on the pyramid by pairing the cards which give a sum of 13 points regardless of their suits. The rankings of the cards are as follows: J has 11 points, Q has 12 points, K has 13 points, A has 1 point, and the remaining cards carry points according to their numbers, for example, a 7 carries 7 points. When the game opens, 28 upturned cards are distributed into 7 rows in the shape of a pyramid. 1 upturned card is dealt to the discard pile under the pyramid, while the remaining down turned cards are put to the left of the discard pile as the stockpile. You can click to remove any pair of cards on the pyramid or the discard pile that gives the sum of 13, for example A and Q, 10 and 3, while a K can be removed by itself. Note that cards on the pyramid cannot be removed when other cards are placing on top of them. When no moves are available, click the stockpile and get a new card. Count your step…

Thieves of Egypt Solitaire Card Game

After arresting the forty thieves, you have received a mission to catch the fierce robbers haunting Egypt. The aim of this game is to move all cards to 8 foundations by suit from A to K. When the game opens, each of the 10 tableau piles will be dealt a different number of upturned cards. The 8 foundations are located at the top right side of the screen. 1 upturned card will be dealt to the discard pile on the left of the foundations, and the remaining cards will be placed to the stockpile on the left of the discard pile. Cards on the tableau piles are to be built by alternating colors from K to A. You may move a single card or a group of cards to another tableau pile according to this rule, for example, a 6 of hearts can be moved to the top of a 7 of spades or a 7 of clubs. You will receive 200 points for each card successfully moved to the foundations. Click the stockpile to deal a new card whenever necessary, but note that the stockpile allows only one re-deal. Lock up the bandits b…

Yukon Solitaire Card Game

Getting used to the traditional Klondike Solitaire? The Yukon Solitaire will definitely spice things up! Your target in this game is to move all cards to 4 foundations by suit from A to K. When the game starts, 52 standard playing cards will be distributed to 7 tableau piles. Detailed instructions to play Klondike Solitaire is given once the game starts.

Crossword Puzzle

Make use of your massive vocabulary in Crossword Puzzle! Your goal in this game is to find out the words according to the given meanings. In the game you will be given a blank crossword, with arrows indicating the reading directions of the answers. Hover your mouse over a line of blocks to view the hint, then click the first tile and use your keyboard to type the answer. If you would like to enter new letters into filled blocks, simply click the corresponding tiles and type again. Continue the process until all blanks are filled, then click the Check Answer button at the bottom of the screen. Think of the words carefully as marks will be deducted for wrong letters!

Number Balls (Math Game)

Number Balls is Mathematics Game from Novel Games. This game will teach and test your speed and knowledge of Math numbers. In game one will be presented with different balls and these balls will contain a number written on the balls including negative numbers. One has to click on these balls in ascending order. It means that one has to click on the ball with the smallest number. The moment you click on the ball, it will immediately disappear from screen. Again you have to click on smallest number ball and repeat this procedure till all the balls disappears from screen. So lets see how fast  you can find the ascending order of the Number Balls?