2 Decks. Very Hard (<1%). Skill/Luck balanced.
To move all the cards to the .
|•||8 piles (bottom left and right) - build the Aces to Kings, build the Kings to Aces. At the start of the game an Ace and a King of each suit are dealt.|
|•||4 piles (middle) - top card is available for play on the . No building. Spaces may be filled a single card. At the start of the game 12 cards are dealt to each pile.|
|•||13 piles (left, top, right) - each pile contains cards of the same , starting from Aces and Twos in the lower left around to Queens and Kings on the lower right. The top card of each pile is available for play on the , and all cards are available. Right click on the pile to cycle through all the cards in the pile.|
|•|| Cards may be moved between Foundations when the Foundations of the same suit meet.|
|•||Play consists entirely of moving cards to the Foundations.|
|•|| Since the cards in the are always available, you should play to remove as many cards from the piles as possible.|
Archway is an open version of the game Lady of the Manor. It was invented by David Parlett.
Lady of the Manor