Pyramid Solitaire is a unique and exciting card game that, like Freecell, is a part of the classic Solitaire family. The game tests your math skills by requiring you to find two cards that add up to thirteen points. The points are assigned as follows: Aces equal one point, Jacks equal eleven, and Queens equal twelve. Kings, the highest-scoring cards, are unique, as they possess a value of thirteen points and can be played on their own without needing to be paired with another card. If you no longer see any options on the playing field, you must use the stock pile. However, be careful and do not rush to use this option too quickly because you can only go through the stock pile three times per game. If cards remain on the pyramid after these three attempts, you have been defeated. To win, you must clear all cards from both the pyramid and the stock pile. And as if that weren't challenging enough, time is also a factor. There is a bonus time, and the quicker you complete the game, the more bonus points you earn. Although the game doesn't end when the bonus time runs out, you will forfeit any bonus points.