**Fast Arcade Games**

Following is a list of all of the games in Fast Arcade. This is
only a quick summary of the games. Detailed instructions are
available after you select the game.

**Adjacent**

You are trying to remove cards from three pyramids. After flipping a card into the discard pile, you can take cards from the bottom of the pyramid that are numerically adjacent (6 or 8 on a 7). You play three games in a row.**Blackhole**

You are trying to remove cards from 17 stacks of 3 cards. You can take any card from the top of a stack that is numerically adjacent to the card in the blackhole.**Crag**

This is the game that inspired Yahtzee. You only have 3 dice and you only get 1 reroll. The categories are described in the instructions.**Eight Piles**

You are trying to place all the cards in order from Ace to King by suit. If the card you flip up isn't one of the next cards, you can hold the card temporarily in one of 8 discard piles.**Firing Squad**

Cards are ranked from Ace up to King. Four are dealt out. You fire at any exposed card that has a lower card in the same suit. (If the 3 of Hearts and 7 of Hearts are exposed, the 7 can be shot.) The goal is to get down to just the 4 Aces.**Klondike Five**

This is the most classic of solitaire games. If you've ever played solitaire with cards, you've already played this game. You are trying to get the cards in order from Ace to King by suit. It starts by dealing 7 piles (the first pile has 1 card, the last has 7 cards). Cards can be built on the piles in descending order and by alternating black and red cards (a black 6 goes on a red 7). If you don't win on the first deal, you get 4 more deals. The catch is that each future deal has 1 fewer pile (6 piles, 5 piles, 4 piles, and finally, 3 piles).**Labyrinth**

You are trying to place all the cards in order from Ace to King by suit. Cards are dealt out in a row. When you get stuck, another row is dealt above. You are only allowed to take cards from the top or bottom of a column. Very hard to win.**Next**

You are trying to place all of the cards in order from 2 to King (Aces are removed) by color in rows. Click on an empty space to move the next number to that space (clicking to the right of a Red 6 brings the Red 7 there). If the empty space is at the front of a row, you click on a '2' to bring it to the front of the row.**Open**

You are trying to place all the cards in order from Ace to King by suit. All cards are visible in 13 piles of 4 overlapping cards. Only the bottom cards in each pile can be moved. Aces and their following cards can be moved to the foundation piles. You can also move any card to a pile whose bottom card is one higher (any 6 can be put on any 7, any Jack can be put on any Queen). THIS GAME CAN BE WON OVER 90% OF THE TIME WITH CAREFUL PLAY!**Poker Square**

Place 25 cards, 1 at a time, into a 5x5 array of cards. You then get points for the poker hands you make in each row and in each column.**Pyramid Plus**

The is the classic solitaire game Pyramid. You remove any 2 cards exposed at the bottom of the pyramid that add up to 13 (Jack is 11, Queen is 12; Kings are 13 and are removed with 1 card). If there are no matches, flip up a card in the deck. If it also doesn't match, you can place it into another pyramid being built from the top down. You can use the bottom cards from this pyramid with a card from the main pyramid.**Tournament**

With 2 decks, place all of the cards in order form Ace to King and from King to Ace by suit. Only the bottom cards from the columns can be moved, either to the Ace/King piles or to one of 8 single-card discard piles.**Weddings**

Cards move along a 5x5 array automatically. All you have to do is remove any 2 adjacent cards (diagonals count) with the same value.**Jacks Or Better**

This is a standard draw poker game.**Roulette**

This is the standard roulette game.**Slots**

This is a simple slot game. If you get three "FA"s, a mini-game comes up with a Russian Roulette feel.**Stats**

This shows all of the games you've played, how long you've played them, and your last 10 scores.**(Un)Lucky Slots**

This is a simple slot game. If you meet a special condition (see the rules), a mini-game comes up with a Chutes and Ladders feel.**Alpha Num Next**

Just click on the moving circles in the following pattern:

A-1-B-2-C-3-D-4, etc.**Match**

This is the classic memory game.**Mirror Box**

Mirrors and light-bulbs are arranged inside of a box. You can look in the sides count the number of light bulbs you see. At this point you "draw" mirrors and light bulbs on the top of the box to re-create what is inside the box.**Pairs**

All you do is remove identical objects (same shape AND color).**Path**

You remove a set of cards in a 5-card-span range from the cards shown (see instructions). The cards above then fall down to fill the holes. Cards are also raining down. When the screen is full of cards, the game is over.**Poker Powers**

By picking 5 cards in a line (diagonals count), you make poker hands that are removed. The cards drop and new ones replace the ones you took. Over time, you acquire powers to make it easier to find poker hands.**Puzzomino**

You just put in the last few pieces of an abstract jigsaw puzzle.**Sparks**

Connect the power source to all of the keys by rotating the wires.**Stock Match**

Remove large blocks of matching shapes to raise the prices of stock or to sell stock at the current price.**Swap**

The picture is broken up into rectangular pieces and then shuffled. You click on any two pieces to swap them.**Connect 5**

Just like Connect-4, but you need 5 in a row to win.**Pet Store Detective**

Thieves took 3 pets from a pet store and unlocked the cages of the rest. By playing a game of memory with the other pets, you must logically find the 3 stolen pets. But beware! You only have until midnight to do it!**Schedule Frenzy**

Click on stars to get points, and dollar signs to get more time.**Sensor**

Fly towards targets by setting the angle you want to fly at and your speed. The only information you get is your distance to the targets.**Star Merchant**

Buy and sell goods and commodities at various star systems. End the game at any time.**Cross Find**

Find which letters in an array of letters are needed to make a crossword puzzle from the word list provided. The words only go across or down.**Hangman**

Guess a word or phrase one letter at a time.**See And Do**

A classic Simon-says game.**Thirty Second Memory**

Look at a picture for 30 seconds and answer 10 questions about it.**Word Search**

Find words from a list in an array of letters. The words can go in any direction.

These are solitaire games. They end after a set amount of time.

You accumulate points by playing other gamse. You can spend them on these games.

These games tend to have logic elements and get harder the longer you play. These end after a period of time that changes as you play.

These games tend to require some thinking and have some strategy elements. They ending condition depends upon the game.

These games tend to deal with words or answering questions. They end after a period of time.