The games comes in different sizes. The largest is on a 12 x 36 grid, but some games are smaller. Each game is unique. Each one is a new challenge.
Thousand of people still play games like Free Cell, Spider Solitaire, Sherlock, and many others. Like those games, ours does not provide animation, wild visual effects, or sound effects. The games are played manually, but you need no special skills other than a mouse click or a tap on the computer screen. Here is a 3-D representation of what two games may look like. The unicorn must avoid obstacles and beware of traps. The games are 2-dimensional on the computer screen.
This is my view of a game. When player hits start button the game appears and timer starts counting down from 20. When player touches a square it is colored and numbered as one move and the timer is reset to 8 and starts counting down. The red K square becomes yellow like all other moves.
The player touches or clicks on the next field where he wants to go. The field turns to yellow and numbers the move. The score is incremented and the timer is reset to 8 and starts counting down.
To restart the game, player touches the green button. All moves are erased and the timer and counter are reset. The score starts with 1 and timer starts with 15. Player may restart a game three times; each restart costs 1 point.
To return to an earlier move, player touches the orange button and then the field where he wants to start the next move. For example, player touches Back then is move number 4. Timer restarts at 8, score is incremented by 2, moves 5, 6 etc. are erased, and player can resume game. Player may use Back button only two times, each backup costs 2 points.
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