SolitaireParadise.

SolitaireParadise. is free to use, but not to operate.
Please consider supporting our work by disabling your ad blocker.

Play Forty Thieves Solitaire

Forty Thieves Solitaire is one of the most challenging and skillful solitaire games ever made.

SolitaireParadise. is free to use, but not to operate.

Please consider supporting our work by disabling your ad blocker.

SolitaireParadise. is free to use, but not to operate.

Please consider supporting our work by disabling your ad blocker.

Share

SolitaireParadise. is free to use, but not to operate.
Please consider supporting our work by disabling your ad blocker.

SolitaireParadise. is free to use, but not to operate.

Please consider supporting our work by disabling your ad blocker.

SolitaireParadise. is free to use, but not to operate.

Please consider supporting our work by disabling your ad blocker.

Suggested solitaire games




Forty Thieves Solitaire game info

How to play Forty Thieves Solitaire

Goal

In Forty Thieves Solitaire the goal of the game is to move all the cards to the 8 foundation piles located in the upper right corner.

Rules

The foundation piles are built in suit in an ascending order from Ace to King. You can use the middle 10 piles to hold the cards temporarily while you build up the cards in the foundation piles.

You may only move one card at a time, and you can only move a card to another pile if it is one lower and in the same suit.

If you cannot make a move you can turn over a new card by clicking on the facedown deck in the top left of the game screen. Resetting the deck is not allowed, which makes Forty Thieves Solitaire quite difficult.

Don't forget to ask for a hint during the game, it can help to spot possible moves you might have missed.

You will have to restart if you have used all the stock cards and cannot put all the cards on the foundation.

Scoring

Each card moved to one of the foundations scores 500 points. Moving a card back from the foundations to the tableau will deduct 500 points.

After completing a round, there are two bonuses: time bonus and round bonus.

The time bonus depends on how quickly the round is completed. During a round the current time is indicated at the right top of the game, together with the current bonus (gold / silver / bronze). The scores are as follows:

The round bonus equals Round Number × 1,000 points.

Variants

Looking for an easier variation of Forty Thieves? Give Thieves of Egypt a try!

40 Thieves is definitely one of the trickier solitaire games out there, but it's immensely rewarding when you win.