For 1 player / Ages 8 and up
P/N 82388820 Rev.C
The Big Screen is back! The classic card game is
better than ever with a larger screen and easy to
move cards. Choose either Klondike or Vegas-style
Solitaire and use the timer to increase the challenge
and earn extra points.
ON•DEAL•DRAW - Press this button to wake the
game, deal cards to stacks and draw cards to play
NEW GAME/GAME - Press and hold this button to
play a new game and to choose your game mode.
SOUND - Press this button to turn the sound on or
TIMER - Press this button to turn the timer on or off
(this button must be pressed prior to starting a new
DECK - Press this button to move cards from your
deck of unused cards.
SUITS - Press this button to move cards from card
stacks to suit stacks.
CARD STACKS (7) - Press these buttons to choose
and move cards within the card stacks, from the
deck to the card stacks and to each of the suit
UNDO - Press this button to "undo" the last play
you made. Your score will decrease by two (2)
points for using the UNDO button and also any
points awarded for the original move.
RESET - Press this button using a pointed object,
to reset your Solitaire game.
HIGH SCORE - Press this button to see the highest
score on this game.
Note: Scores are displayed based on which
game mode you are currently playing.
SLEEP MODE - After 120 seconds of inactivity, the
game will automatically shut down, going into
"sleep mode". To turn it on again, simply press the
AUTO BACK LIGHT - Your Solitaire game is
equipped with an auto-backlight feature. This allows
you to play your favorite game in the dark! After you
turn your game on, or at anytime while you are
playing your game, if your lighting conditions
become dim, your screen will automatically illumi-
nate! Don't worry if you set the game down, when
the game goes to sleep - the light will also automat-
ically turn off.
Press ON•DEAL•DRAW to turn on the game (it will
go to sleep after sitting idle for two (2) minutes), to
deal out the cards for a new game and to draw
cards. If you want to use the timer, press the
TIMER button before you begin the game.
There are two game modes to choose from:
Klondike Solitaire and Vegas Solitaire. Press the
NEW GAME/GAME button to select the game
In Klondike Solitaire, cards are dealt to the deck 3-
at-a-time and the player can pass through the deck
indefinitely. Twenty (20) points are deducted for
each pass through the deck after the player has
gone through the deck three (3) times. The object
of Klondike Solitaire is to use all the cards in the
deck to build four suit stacks in order from Ace, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen and King.
You will be dealt twenty-eight cards in seven row
stacks. You will build each row stack card face up,
in alternating colors, in the order of King, Queen,
Jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3 and 2. As the game pro-
gresses, you will move these cards to the suit
When you cannot move any cards in the row stack,
you can draw a new card from the deck.
• To draw a card from the deck, press the DECK
button until the card flashes. Press the CARD
STACK button corresponding to the location you
want to move the card or the SUITS button . The
number of passes through the deck is unlimited.
At the beginning of the game, they are empty. When
you draw an Ace, press the CARD STACK button
corresponding with the location of the Ace until the
card is flashing. Then, press the SUITS button to
move it to its proper suit stack.
The number of bonus points you will receive
depends upon how quickly you win the game.
[Note: Timer can only be turned on/off at the start
of a game, prior to your first card move.]
You'll lose 2 points from your score each time you
undo your last move. You will also lose any points
awarded for the original move.
Basic Rules of Klondike Solitaire
• Row stacks must be built in descending order of
King, Queen, Jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3 and 2.
• Suit stacks must be built in ascending order of
Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen and
• You must play cards in alternating colors in row
stacks. For example, you can play a red card
(Outlined) on a black card (Solid), or a black card
(Solid) on a red card (Outlined).
• A card at the top of a card stack can be moved to
its corresponding suit stack, as long as the card
you are moving is the next the card in the
sequence. For example, you can move a 3 of
hearts from a card stack or the deck and place it
on top of a 2 of hearts in a suit stack.
• A sequence of cards can be moved, as a unit, and
placed on top of another card. For example, a
red 6, black 5 and red 4 can be highlighted and
placed on top of a black 7.
• When you turn over an Ace, move it to the suits