Tri-Peaks Daily Online, Julio 2024.

Jeff Franklin

Actualizado por última vez por Jeff Franklin

Tri-Peaks is an engaging alternative Solitaire game in which your main goal is to move all the cards from the Tableau to the Waste Pile. Your performance is ranked depending on how quickly you manage to clear the board.

Tri Peaks Daily Move Cards

The game has some helpful features that you can use if you make a wrong move. Additionally, there are multiple levels of difficulty that you can shift between, depending on how high is your skill level.

You Can Move Any Card Turned Upwards

The goal in Tri-Peaks is to move all cards to the waste pile. You can move any upturned card from the Tableau, and you can stack any cards on top of each other as long as they’re in ascending or descending sequence. An example: if you have a 2 in your waste pile, you can place an Ace or a 3 of any color on top of it.

Tri Peaks Daily Timer

In addition to this, you have a draw pile of 24 cards that you can use if you end up with no cards that you can add to the waste pile. Don’t rush to use the draw pile, as if you end up with zero cards from the draw pile without completing the waste pile – you lose the game.

The Timer Defines Your Final Score

You get a set number of points, depending on what difficulty level you choose. For example, if you beat Medium Difficulty, you earn 2000 points + your bonus points. Your bonus points depend on how quickly you can clear the board, with +1000 bonus points being the highest you can get.

Tri Peaks Daily Undo

If you make a mistake, there’s an unlimited Undo button that you can use to cancel your turns. Keep in mind that undoing will slow you down, as you will need to redo your moves, so use it wisely.

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Actualizado por última vez por Jeff Franklin

He no longer lives in his mom’s basement, but Jeff still manages to play online games whenever he has a free minute.


Actualizado por última vez por Jeff Franklin

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