Marapets Description: You can play each Solitaire game once per day and you will only win a prize from each of these games if you finish them.
Depending on the game and the difficulty level, you will win between 12,500MP and 25,000MP from each game.
The Solitaire Raffle will select three random winners who have entered by playing Solitaire, Spider Solitaire or Free Cell Solitaire the previous day.
There will be one winner of £5 Account Upgrade Credits and two winners of £2 Account Upgrade Credits every day!
Additional Comments:Solitaire, Spider Solitaire, and Free Cell Solitaire are the first, second, and third Card Games since they were each released released 24th March 2020.
Marapets Description: The goal of Solitaire is to assemble the four suits, from aces up through kings, onto the foundations on the left. The four aces form the foundations, which you can then add cards of the same suit in sequence - ace, then two, then three, etc. Only a king may fill an open space in the layout. Movable cards can be placed on a card that is one higher in rank but they must be opposite colours. For example, a black seven can only be placed on a red eight card.
There are two difficulty levels you can play and you will only win a prize if you manage to complete this game. Easy will reward you with 12,500MP and one entry to the daily Solitaire Raffle. Medium will reward you with 20,000MP and two entries to the raffle.
Marapets Description: The goal of Spider Solitaire is to assemble 13 cards of a suit, in ascending sequence from ace through king, on top of a pile. Whenever a full suit of 13 cards is so assembled, it is lifted off and discarded from the game. The game is only won if all eight suits are played out. The top card of any pile can be moved, together with all face-up cards below it that follow in ascending suit and sequence. Free spaces can be filled with any movable cards. A king can only be moved into a space.
There are three difficulty levels you can play and you will only win a prize if you manage to complete this game. Easy will reward you with 12,500MP and one entry to the daily Solitaire Raffle. Medium will reward you with 17,500MP and two entries to the raffle. Hard will reward you with 25,000MP and three entries to the raffle.
Instructions: To win Spider Solitaire you need to create 8 stacks of cards - King all the way down to the ace of the same suit. If you run out of moves you may put down more cards by clicking on the pile in the bottom corner of the screen. You can put cards of different suits on top of each other but, beware it can get tricky! You may play with one suit, two suits, or - if you're really good - play four suits!
Marapets Description: The goal of Pyramid Solitaire is to clear all of the cards in the pyramid. A standard 52 card deck is shuffled and then arranged into a pyramid. Click on any two cards that add up to 13 to clear them. For example, you can only clear an 8 card with a 5 card. You can only clear the visible cards at the bottom of the pyramid. Cards are valued according to their number, with Jacks as 11 and Queens as 12. Kings are 13 so they can be discarded. If you cannot match any more cards, you can deal cards from the deck. You can only go through the entire deck three times.
Earn 1MP per 3 Points. Earn up to the maximum of 2,000MP each play.
You can play Pyramid Solitaire up to 3 times per day for FREE.
Additional Comments:Pyramid Solitaire is the fifth Card Game since it was released released 27th March 2020. It is also the only Card Game to be an Arcade Game, thus the sixth Arcade Game. Link:https://www.marapets.com/solitaire3.php
Triple Pyramid Solitaire
TRIPLE PYRAMID SOLITAIRE----
Marapets Description: The goal of Triple Pyramid Solitaire is to clear all of the cards from the three pyramids. Cards are shuffled and arranged into three pyramids, each one four cards high. The cards at the bottom are face-up, the higher ones are face down. Remove cards from the pyramid if they are one card higher or lower than the card on the stock below. Aces can be matched with a King or a Two. If there are no matches, use the arrows to select a new card from the pile.
Earn 1MP per 1 Point. Earn up to the maximum of 2,000MP each play.
You can play Pyramid Solitaire up to 3 times per day for FREE.
Marapets Description:Thunder Card was a Card Flash Game on Marapets. Be the first to get rid of your deck of cards by playing them in the middle decks. Just be sure to move with the arrows.
Instructions: Try to place all your cards on the 4 discard piles. You can click on one of your cards and then on one of the discard piles to move the card there. You can only put one card on the discard pile depending on the direction of the arrows beneath the pile. If the arrow is pointing up you should place a card with a value just greater than the value of the card on the pile. If the arrow is pointing down you can place a card with just lesser value than that on the pile.
Don't let the Computer win by placing all its cards on the piles.
Marapets Description:Card Raider is a retiredFlash Game on Marapets. Get rid of all the cards in the diamond by playing them below. The fewer cards you shuffle the better.
Instructions: Click the cards from the table to draw them to your hands. You have 2 hands which are shown at the bottom. You can either click a card with values just above the value of the cards in your hands or a card with a value just below the values of your cards.
You can change the cards in your hand by clicking on the arrow buttons. This will pull out a card from the stockpile.
Marapets Description: The goal of Free Cell Solitaire is to assemble 13 cards of each suit, from Ace to King, on the four foundation piles. You will win the game when all 52 cards from the deck have moved here. Movable cards can be placed on a card that is one higher in rank but they must be opposite colours. Only one card at a time can be moved.
Instructions: Match cards to the opposite colour on the top rows to make a complete row - King down to Twos. The Ace pile (bottom right) begins with an Ace and must go in suit order to complete that row. When all four Ace piles are complete the game is won. Any four cards can be moved off the top row to the bottom left piles to allow you to get to other cards.