Egyptian Agnes Solitaire is a solitaire card game similar to Klondike (Classic) Solitaire, with an ancient Egyptian theme. In Egyptian Agnes Solitaire, there are 7 waste piles cards are dealt into instead of one in Klondike. The suit piles are started at a random card value. Unlike in Klondike, new columns can be started with any card you choose. This version of Agnes Solitaire allows you to play in Full Screen mode, and had an Auto Complete feature for fast game play. The pace of the game is very fast, which is perfect for a quick break from work in the office.
If you're unfamiliar with Klondike Solitaire, there are four suit piles on the left of the game screen. Your goal is to build those cards up starting at the beginning value and wrapping from King to Ace until the value in each suit pile is one less than the starting value, unless the starting value is an Ace. if the starting value is an Ace, build the suit piles up until there is an Ace in each suit pile.
The 7 columns can be built down alternating colors. Cards in the columns that are flipped face down can be flipped face up if all the cards above them are removed from the column. If you run out of moves, you can deal 7 cards into 7 piles by clicking on the deck. In each of those piles you can only move the card that is currently on the top of the pile.