Amusing Mini Games

Amusing Mini Games Mobile Game

On the "Amusing Mini Games" you'll play the famous games on your phone. The basic idea to playing Minesweeper is that you attempt to find dangerous objects in a grid. Let's call those Dangerous Objects "Gems". The grid is completely filled with unknown squares. Some contain empty space, and some contain Gems. Your goal is to reveal all the empty space without hitting a Gem. To help you solve this puzzle, Numbers in squares next to unrevealed squares will indicate how many gems are adjacent to it. If an empty square has a 2 in it, there are 2 gems next to it. To clear a space you believe doesn't contain a gem, if you clear the whole grid correctly, you'll win. There you have it, the rules for classic Minesweeper. The Free Cell Solitaire: The object of the game is to build all the cards face up on the foundations. Each foundation builds upward, in sequence, starting with the Ace. Only aces may be moved to an empty foundation, and only the next higher card of the same suit can be added to the foundation. Only one card at a time may be moved in FreeCell, either the top card of a tableau column or the single card which was placed in a free cell. As a short cut, Klondike allows you to move a legal sequence of cards from one column to another, provided there are enough empty cells to have made this move one card at a time. The move will be scored as if you had moved one card at a time. Only the next higher card of the same suit can be added to each foundation. Cards may be moved to the foundation from the tableau or a free cell. Any card may be moved to an empty free cell or an empty tableau column. A card may be added to a non-empty column in the tableau only if it is the next lower value than the current top card and of alternating colour. For example, only the 9 of hearts or diamonds (red suits) may play on the 10 of spades (a black suit). The Solitaire Spider: The tableau consists of ten piles; the first four containing six cards each, and the last six containing five cards each. The top card of each pile is dealt face-up; the rest are dealt face-down. The remainder of the deck forms the stock. The object of the game is to build eight sequences in suit from king to ace (K-Q-J-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-A). Unlike many solitaires, the cards are not moved to foundations, but are built entirely within the tableau. If you succeed in creating all eight groups, you win. The top card of each tableau pile is available for play. You may build down, regardless of suit. If cards are both in suit and in sequence, they may be moved as a block from one tableau pile to another. When a face-down card is exposed, turn it face-up. When a space is created, it may be filled with any available card or build. When no more moves are possible, then deal another ten cards from the stock, one to each tableau pile.