Similar to Picture Gallery, each Foundation builds up by 3s to a face card to create a full Royal Parade. Unlike Picture Gallery, this game allows you to swap Foundation base cards when they are dealt to the wrong rows.
~ Double Deck ~
– 24 Foundations which build up in suit by 3s. The 8 Foundations on the top row all start with a 2 and build 2-5-8-Jack, the second row Foundations start with a 3 and build 3-6-9-Queen, the 3rd row builds 4-7-10-King.
– 8 Tableau Stacks – no building is allowed.
– The Deck on the right.
– The Ace Pile on the left.
Double – tap Aces to move them to the Ace Pile. This should create some open spaces in the Foundations. 2s can be placed in top-row openings, 3s in the 2nd row and 4s in the 3rd row. Additionally, you can exchange two Foundation base cards if they are occupying each other’s rows. For example, if you have a 4 that was dealt to the top row and a 2 in the 4’s row, you can swap those cards by tapping to select first one, then the other, or by dragging one onto the other. The Foundations can then be built up in suit by increments of three (2-5-8-J, 3-6-9-Q, 4-7-10-K).
Cards are shaded until they are placed correctly. For example, a 5 will be shaded unless it is on top of a 2 in the top row.
The 4th row down is the Tableau. These cards can only be played onto the Foundations or the Ace Pile. When play comes to a standstill, tap the deck to deal out one card to each Tableau stack.
Create a complete Royal Parade of face cards to win.