Your princess is locked up in the last room of an intricate dungeon, guarded by a dragon.
The keys to open the doors, are split in 16 parts.
The only way to get these parts is solving a card game with magic cards.
Let the adventure begin!
The card game consists in clearing the board by taking a card that is one above or below than the card on the deck.
Among the 160 levels available to play, you would find several missions such as:
- Have a sequence of X number of cards.
- Obtain X points.
- Find the card-key to open the lock.
- Solve the game in X amount of time.
- Get a golden card by having a sequence of 5 cards.
- Solve 2 rounds of the game.
From level 6 you would have available a wild card, that you would be able to use any time replacing the card that you need. It's very useful for building long sequences.
Each card taken off from the board has a value of 100 points, and if it follows a sequence then its value would have 50 bonus points. This means that the longer the sequence is then more points you get.
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Ratings and Reviews
Fun, well implemented. Great graphics-but bug.
I’ve really enjoyed the first 49 levels of this game. Yes the timed games can be frustrating but so far they’ve been a challenge but completely winnable. However there is a bug that causes cards to not gain “focus” when revealing them. It seems to only occur when “rewinding” the deck. On level 49, finding the “key” and “lock” requires (or I believe it would) “rewinding” through the hand once the first task has been accomplished, but sometimes cards don’t reveal properly the second time and they can not be selected. I really enjoyed the first 49 levels, and I’ll keep working for awhile at 49 with the hopes that “ just the right” combination of cards is dealt to complete it successfully, but the bug should be addressed.
One simple tweak by the developer and it's a 4 star app..."
This app is a well executed solitaire app with fine graphics and visibly large enough card faces (on iPad but not on iPhone) but its fatal flaw is the injection of intermittent less-than-a-minute timed rounds that *cannot* be skipped. Why on earth a developer would do this to a game that some people love in large part for its role in helping to relaxingly pass the time is completely beyond me. If a skip option were included I would gladly add three more stars to my rating. Presently, I'm getting fed up and will probably delete it sooner than later - I can easily find more than enough time pressure frustration in real life ‼️
I am stuck in the 4th room, because I cannot get through the 60 seconds to clear the board-I have played this upwards of 30 times in the last 3 Days, and can only get to 5 or 6 cards left. Once you cannot get past a level, the game is no longer fun. ADD something that players can do-take away keys, coins, SOMETHING so that we can get to the next game. Love the challenges, but don’t make it impossible to move forward.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.