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At the beginning of each game, you'll be presented with four reserve piles on the left of the screen. These reserve piles each have one face-up card on top, as well as three face-down cards beneath them. In the middle of the screen, you'll see four vertically arranged foundations, with one face-up card on the top foundation and the others empty. The remaining cards will be placed in the stock pile, face-down, at the top right corner of the screen. One face-up card will be dealt to form the discard pile underneath it.
To win the game, you'll need to build the foundations up by suit, ignoring rank. Note that the three empty foundations must begin with cards of the same rank as the first card of the top foundation. In other words, if the first card of the top foundation is an 8 of hearts, the other empty foundations must also start with an 8. As you continue to place cards into the foundations, they should be fanned from left to right.
You'll be able to move cards to the foundations by clicking and dragging the top card from a reserve pile or the discard pile. If you've run out of moves, you can click on the stock pile to deal a new card to the discard pile. If you've exhausted the stock pile, you'll be able to click on the empty stock pile to redeal.
One thing to note is that when a card of the starting rank is placed in an empty foundation, you're able to move a card to this foundation only if a card of the same rank has already been placed in the foundation above it. For example, if you've moved an 8 of spades to the second foundation and the top foundation already has an 8, a 3, and a J of hearts, you'll be able to move the 3 and J of spades to the second foundation as well.
Overall, if you enjoy solitaire games, you'll likely find Osmosis to be a fun and engaging option. Play it today and see how quickly you can collect all of the cards!
Version 1.0.2: Updated arrow graphic in instructions page