Cribbage Squares Solitaire is played by building the best possible hands in both the rows and columns. Cards are dealt one at a time. Hands are scored by traditional cribbage rules. Many helpful and fun features included.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:30
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: An excellent solitaire version of Cribbage that you are sure to find an addictive diversion. Cribbage Squares Solitaire is a one-player game, where you compete against yourself or against the computer for the highest score.
The object of Cribbage Squares Solitaire is to build the best possible cribbage hands in both the rows and columns. Cards are dealt from the deck one at a time. You select the position to place this card by moving the mouse to that position in the grid and clicking the left mouse button. Alternatively, you can also drag the card to desired position in the grid.
When 16 cards have been dealt from the deck the computer will turn over the Starter card and will then score the hands based on the traditional rules of cribbage. Each row's total will appear to the right of the row, and each column's total will appear beneath the column. Clicking on a row or column score will show a breakdown of how the score was tallied.
Your goal is to make the highest possible total score.
Great fun for both solitaire players and cribbage lovers! Extensive cribbage scoring help available - will definitely improve your cribbage skills.
This is a fun game. Takes only a short time to learn, then you too will be addicted!
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