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The goal of Seahaven Towers Solitaire is to move all cards to the four foundations in the upper right corner from low to high in the same suit. Kings being the high cards with aces being the low cards.
The game play is similar to FreeCell, except there are ten columns instead of eight. The game begins with five cards in each column with the two left over cards placed in the free cells.
Below the foundations, you can move cards from one column to another. Cards in the columns should be arranged in descending order in the same suit.
In the upper left corner are the four free cells, where you are able to temporarily move cards during play.
Moving a sequential stack of cards is the same as moving the cards individually to free cells and then back to the board. You can only move a sequential stack of cards if you have enough free cells.
When you have an empty column, you can only move a King or a sequence beginning with a King there.
Just as in FreeCell, you will find it helpful to keep the cells as empty as possible. This helps you to move more cards around the table.
Having to build by suit instead of alternate color and being restricted to playing only Kings to an empty column makes Seahaven Towers just that bit more difficult than FreeCell. However there are very few unwinnable positions and the majority of games can be won.
How to play Seahaven Towers
Place cards from low to high on the four foundations in the upper right corner.
Each stack can contain only one suit.
The four foundations must begin with aces and end with kings.
Below the foundations, you can move cards from one column to another.
Cards in columns must be placed in descending order of the same suit.