Scorpion Solitaire is a column based solitaire card game a little like Spider Solitaire, but with some key differences. In Scorpion Solitaire, all but 3 cards are dealt out at the beginning of the game. Most of these cards start out face up. You must free the face down cards by removing all of the cards above them from the column.
To deal yourself the last 3 cards, you can click the deck at the bottom of the game screen at any time. The three cards will then be dealt into the first three columns.
You can move any card that is face up by dragging and dropping that card onto another column where the card you are dragging is one less than and of the same suit as the card on the top of the column you are dragging the card to. When you grab a card that is not the top card in the column, you will take with it all of the cards that are above that card in the column it was in.
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