Scorpion Solitaire is an interesting card game that is easy to play but hard to win if you follow the classic rules. There are 3 types of Scorpion solitaires in this game. All three follow the same rules, only the way the cards are moved and sorted by suit changes. Choose the best!
Before playing Scorpion Solitaire, press Play full screen – this way there is less strain on your eyesight and a more comfortable game.
How to play Scorpion Solitaire
There are 7 columns of 7 cards on the playing field, some of them are turned face down, which symbolizes the tail of a scorpion. The rest are open for sorting. Arrange solitaire into 4 stacks with the correct suit sequence from King to Ace. As soon as you do this, the cards will be removed, freeing up space. A stock of 3 cards is available at any time, use it at a time when there are no moves available.
Casual solitaire Scorpion
In the simplest version of solitaire, only the group assembled in perfect suit sequence is removed. But when transferring and sorting, the following concessions are allowed:
- a free place is occupied by an open card or a sequence of any composition;
- the lower rank card is transferred to the higher rank card, but the suit does not matter.
Normal solitaire Scorpion
This is the general form of Scorpion Solitaire that can be seen in most online computer solitaire games. The rules are a little stricter:
- a complete group of cards is removed from the game in perfect order in descending suit from King to Ace;
- during the game, free sorting is allowed out of suit;
- an empty column deals only with the King.
Difficult solitaire Scorpion
Playing hard mode is one of the most exciting brain challenges and not every hand can be won:
- sorting only strictly by 4 suits;
- open columns are occupied only by Kings.
Winning is very, very difficult in this mode!