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How to Play the Daily Challenges in Microsoft’s Solitaire Collection App

Steps

  1. Open the app.The app will display in LiveTile-mode on Windows, but there's also a syncable app on all iOS devices by the same name. The app icon can differ depending on the season, but it it generally displays a hand of cards, and it will be called "Microsoft Solitaire Collection."
  2. Tap the tile inside the app that says "Daily Challenges".At first, it will display the date on a flippable notepad-like calendar on the tile itself. There will also be a bunch of gold coins on the toil.
  3. Look on the menu of Solitaire games.You should have Klondike Solitaire, Spider Solitaire, FreeCell Solitaire, Pyramid Solitaire, and Tripeaks Solitaire to choose from. Each tile hosts one specific game each day.
    • Recognize that each game is winnable. Each game has been played and tested to be 100% winnable.
  4. Recognize the difficulty level options.Although most people will want to play either Easy or Medium games, for those who can beat almost any Solitaire game, they also offer Hard and Expert. You will find this on each tile in the top right corner of each game you play.
    • As a general rule of thumb, when there are one or two types of Solitaire games in the list that are hard, the rest will be easier.
    • Microsoft doesn't generally give you more than three Hard challenges and two Expert challenges for any specific game per month.
  5. Watch the types of challenges you can encounter.Within the Daily Challenges, you'll see Score Challenges, Card Challenges, and Solve Challenges. There used to be Moves Score Challenges (only on an Expert level) too, these are now seldom-offered.
  6. Click the tile that designates the challenge.Each challenge is designated by a tile on the menu that must be clicked/tapped to become accessed. Although anywhere on the tile is okay, generally most users just click on the icon that designates which game they'd like to try.
  7. Watch the advertisement, if you don't have the in-app purchase installed.At the end, you can close the advertisement by clicking the Close button in one of the corners.
    • If you're using Windows, don't try to switch into other apps, or your app will just force you to watch the remainder of the advertisement when you go back in. During advertisement playback, the focus of your screen must solely be set on the Microsoft Solitaire Collection advertisement at fullscreen.
  8. Review the dialog box that will display the specifics of the challenge.Click the Play button when you're ready. This dialog box will include information about your challenge and difficulty, the reward you can gain, and how many bonus points you'll receive if you complete all the day's challenges.

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  • Question
    I have just recently discovered the Daily Challenges, but I can scroll back at least to 2012. How can I go back to previous years/months to play past daily challenges?
    Top Answerer
    Sorry, but you can't play past Daily Challenges once that month is over. However, Microsoft does track win/loss statistics on your total challenges (to keep track of your medals you've won throughout the month) back to the time when you first downloaded the Microsoft Solitaire Collection app to your account.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    I've completed all the Daily Challenges for July, but it still says 5 challenges remaining for perfect. Why?
    Top Answerer
    That may honestly be a momentary glitch in the program, which you may have to contact Microsoft Casual Games about (via Twitter @MSCasualGames). They may have to check over your box and have you run some tests and give them more feedback about the bug/glitch.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    What are the MS Challenges coins used for?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Nothing! They are only used to increase your ranking.
    Thanks!
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  • If you have progressed through the month and would like to go back to previous days in that month, you can check out the Calendar to go back to them.
  • Daily Challenges have their own awards in the Awards and Achievements section of the app. These awards are dependent on what coin-level you got up to in that month. If you hit several key points, you can achieve certain awards for reaching these levels. These include hitting the Bronze, Silver and Gold points over the course of the months in any given year. Once you earned the award, you will never loose that award.
  • If you look through your Calendar, you'll see that each day's tile will describe the total amount of Daily Challenge games won. If you won all five Solitaire games, the day's color will turn green.
    • As you win games on the Daily Challenges screen, you'll see several "badges" denoting which games you've won and which games you won't need to repeat.
  • The FreeCell games don't mention the game numbers, because Microsoft doesn't want you knowing which game it is - regardless of if you've won it before or not - so that if given the game again, it'll seem like a fresh challenge.
  • Keep track of your coins by following the bar at the below the tile challenges screen. For a Challenge win, you'll receive 150 points, while you'll receive extra points (250 points) for a 5-challenge daily win.
  • Understand how each game tends to be played.
    • For most Klondike Challenges, you'll see that they give you games that have Draw-1 for all Easy and Medium options. Some Hard challenges are Draw-1 and others are Draw-3. Expert is Draw-3 only. Although wikiHow has How to Play Solitaire if you need it, selecting cards is as simple as clicking and dragging with a mouse, Klondike on iOS follows the same setup, where you can tap and drag cards from pile to pile. Each game is different, so be prepared to learn the ropes as you encounter each new Challenge game as you choose it.
    • Understand the types of games you'll encounter in a Spider Solitaire challenge. With Easy games, you'll have to play a game with only one suit. Medium games involve either one or two suits, while Hard and Expert will have either two or four suits. wikiHow has How to Play Spider Solitaire to help you along. Since the game is digital, you'll be clicking and dragging with a mouse or dragging each set of cards with your finger from one side of the screen to another.
    • Understand the types of games you'll encounter in a Freecell Solitaire challenge. These types will vary but will generally be based on where certain cards are placed on the tableau. While not every game will be similar, you can get some help in how cards are moved using How to Play FreeCell in Microsoft Windows. Cards are generally clicked or dragged from one area on the tableau to the empty cells on top, another card (like in Klondike Solitaire black-white-black-white) or to the Foundation. With Freecell, there is no such thing as the Stock, as all 52 cards are placed facing out waiting to be moved. Sometimes, cards will move by themselves to the Foundation piles as they are needed, and if needing to complete a pile, cards will move to complete the pile themselves if they are placed so they can be moved to the Foundation accordingly.
    • Understand the types of setups encountered in a Pyramid Solitaire challenge. With Easy and Medium challenge games, you'll spot that the remainder of the cards that weren't placed in the Tableau (table) are placed in the Stock, waiting to be turned over and matched to be put into the finished Foundation pile. Hard and Expert games can get trickier when some games will give you a much smaller Stock pile. wikiHow has How to Play Pyramid Solitaire to help you as well.
    • Understand the types of setups encountered in a Tripeaks Solitaire Challenge. This too can vary based on the exact challenge. Sometimes, the challenge will be based on what is given to you based on what you must turn over to find your next card, and how well this matches to the game above.





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