Pyramid Solitaire Mummy's Curse is a Egyptian-themed version of the classic game of Pyramid Solitaire.
Like the standard game, Pyramid Solitaire Mummy's Curse starts with a layout of 21 cards, arranged in 6 rows, in the shape of a triangle. Unlike Pyramid, however, the stock is turned over 3 cards at a time, and all 3 cards are available for matching.
In Pyramid Solitaire, the object is to remove cards from the pyramid by matching pairs of cards that total 13. Aces count as 1, Jacks as 11, Queens as 12, and Kings as 13. Kings are removed singly.
The valid combinations are: A-Q, 2-J, 3-10, 4-9, 5-8, 6-7.
The top card of the three stock piles are available for play. There is also one "free cell", which may be used to temporarily hold a single card.
When you have no more moves, click the "More Cards" button to deal three more cards to the stock piles.
If you manage to clear the pyramid, you win the hand!
You are scored on speed, and on the number of cards left in the stock. Good luck!
Pyramid Solitaire Mummy's Curse requires Flash.
Learn more about the game: Pyramid Solitaire Rules.
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Pyramid Solitaire Mummy's Curse was created by Glowing Eye Games.