Taj Mahal Solitaire
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Game Description

Taj Mahal Solitaire

Try to get all cards to the top 4 foundations from Ace to King. You can build cards on the tableau down (except on the same color) and you can also move sequences. If on a tableau column there is 1 card left, then the card becomes protected until the stock (top left) is depleted. A protected card cannot be used on the tableau. Click on the stock to get a new open card. On an empty tableau column you can place any card (or sequence).

Click on end game/submit score to add your score to the leaderboard.

The Taj Mahal Solitaire game on Play123 has a leaderboard for saving scores.

Game Developer: Zygomatic

Taj Mahal Solitaire Review



Honest Thoughts on Taj Mahal Solitaire

Starting up Taj Mahal Solitaire, I was ready for a brain-teasing session. The game's got this premise of piling cards from Ace to King, which ain't too shabby for passing the time. Working the tableau downwards, avoiding those sneaky same-color stacks, felt like navigating a spice market without sneezing – tricky but doable.

And then, there's this thing about protected cards when you're down to one - kind of like those overzealous palace guards, right? No touching unless the stock's as empty as my snack bowl after midnight. Hitting up the stock for new cards kept the play rolling, but not always in the most thrilling way.

I overheard a fellow gamer call it 'the comfort food of solitaire' – familiar but you wouldn't write home about it. The option to submit your score for some leaderboard glory is kind of neat, like scribbling your name on the ancient walls, minus the vandalism. On a rainy day, you might find some solace in this solitaire but don't expect the grandeur of the actual Taj Mahal. Oh, and if you're itching for more card-flipping action, check out Another Card Game for a pinch of variety.

Game Comments

i found the button, it was just moved to a different location

did the auto play arrow disappear for anyone else?


Number of votes: 6