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Magic Stone is a challenging version of the classic game Klondike Solitaire. One of the game’s main distinctive features is the immersive 3D graphics that you can enjoy while playing. The graphics include a magic stone that’s surrounded by birds, and your game board is placed around the 3D image.

Solitaire Magic Stone Draw Pile

The game has two difficulty modes – Easy and Hard. If you’re a first-time Klondike player, you should probably play the Easy game mode to learn the rules.
There are also statistics that track your progress during the game and helpful mechanics that you can use if you make a mistake.

Moving the Cards

Solitaire – Magic Stone has a limited number of cards that you can draw and limits the way that you can move cards. The goal of the game is for you to build the 4 Foundations of cards in ascending order (from Ace to King).

Solitaire Magic Stone Building Columns

You can build up columns on the Tableau by stacking cards in descending order and in alternating colors. This is one of the best ways to uncover face-down cards.

The game also tells you how many cards you have left in your Draw pile, with there being 24 cards at the start of every game.

Unique Features

As already mentioned, the most distinctive part of Solitaire – Magic Stone is the graphics. The game has immersive 3D graphics that make the experience much more engaging. The visuals absorb you while playing and might even distract you, which adds to the challenge.

Solitaire Magic Stone Undo

The game also has an “Undo” button that you can use if you make a mistake. This helpful mechanic will cancel the last move you made.

The difference between the Easy and Hard game modes is that the Easy mode is 1 Card, and the Hard mode is 3 Card.

Do you want to get better at Solitaire – Magic Stone? Our main game page for Klondike features a ton of helpful tips and tricks that will turn you into a pro at the game in no time. Check it out!


Last Updated by: 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.


Last Updated by: Jeff Franklin

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