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Forty Thieves is a very old and popular solitaire game that is known under many names, such as Napoleon at St. Helena and Roosevelt at San Juan. Its characteristics form the basis of as many as 100 or more other solitaire games. While it may not be the oldest game of its type, it seems to combine the standard solitaire elements in the best way and has come to be one of the most popular and important two-deck solitaires.Minimum requirements:For Pocket PCWindows Mobile 2003 Second Edition or greater590K free memoryFor SmartphoneWindows Mobile 5.0 or greaterQVGA screen570K free memoryMain features:Supports portrait and landscape orientation. Square screens are also supportedThree card skins with sharp and clear graphicsFive game types:Cadran (all cards in the waste are visible)ClassicJosephine (groups of cards can be moved if they are in sequence down in suit)Little 40 (same as Josephine, except that the tableau piles can be built down regardless of suit)San Juan (at the beginning of the game the Aces are dealt to the foundations)Current game state saved for each game typePlay modes:Pocket PC version: drag&drop, tapping or keyboardSmartphone version: 5-way navigation pad or keypadUnlimited undoShow Next Move featureCard movement animationSupports timed gameAdjustable game field color (Pocket PC version only) and card backAdvanced Pile View optionBest times table for each game typeStatistics for each game typeGame rules for each game type

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