Similar to Fortyandeight, but the tableau has forty cards in ten stacks of four, and we only allow one pass through the deck.
A variant of Fortythieves with Klondike-turn-3-like building rules.
Similar to Fortythieves, except that you can move sequences.
A difficult Fortythieves variation which starts with one extra card on each tableau pile.
A variant of Fortythieves with a pyramid-shaped tableau.
A four-deck version of Limited. A large screen will be needed.
A very difficult four-deck version of Fortythieves by Thomas Warfield. Needs a large screen.
An easier variant of Fortythieves where sequences may be moved.
A three deck version of Fortythieves with a 12 by 4 tableau.
A four deck version of Fortythieves with a 14 by 6 tableau. You will need a large screen to play this game.
Like Fortythieves, but with a 12 by 3 tableau.
A Fortythieves variant that shows some Spider influences, because you can build regardless of suit, but only move same-suit sequences.
A difficult four-deck version of Josephine, or, if you prefer, a version of Eightythieves which allows sequences to be moved. Invented by Thomas Warfield.
A Fortythieves variation from France with a five card reserve.
A three-deck version of Josephine or a version of Sixtythieves which allows sequences to be moved.
A harder variation of Littlenapoleon where you need to build in suit.
This older, more difficult, version of Napoleonssquare does not allow stack moves, but moves a lot of cards to the foundation during the deal.
Thomas Warfield's version of Fortythieves in which the tableau starts empty.
A version of Malmaison made easier by allowing a redeal.
An easier variant of Fortythieves in which aces are already on the foundation.
A difficult three-deck version of Fortythieves by Thomas Warfield.
A much easier version of Fortythieves with three cells.
A Fortythieves variant invented by Thomas Warfield where in each pass through the deck you deal in smaller chunks.
A variation of Fortythieves with three waste piles.