Showing 1-10 out of 11 reviewsSort by:Sort by: Most helpfulMost helpfulMost helpfulMost recentHighest ratedLowest ratedFilter by:Filter by: Most recentMost recentMost recentAll reviewsFilter by: All ratingsAll ratingsAll ratings5 stars4 stars3 stars2 stars1 starCReviewed ByChristine APC15User Rating: 1 out of 5Submitted on8/18/2015Review title of Christine Aforty thieves,This version is boring, there is no challenge to it, you can win every time, endless deals till there are no more cards. No automatic moves. Sorry will delete this one. I have more challenging game on my tablet and phone.7 out of 7 people found this helpful.PReviewed ByPAMELAPC55User Rating: 5 out of 5Submitted on10/23/2015Review title of PAMELA40 thievesMy favorite2 out of 2 people found this helpful.OReviewed ByOtis VPC55User Rating: 5 out of 5Submitted on9/12/2015Review title of Otis VIt's a challenge for this octogenarian!It keeps me from degenerating.2 out of 2 people found this helpful.PReviewed ByPhillipPC45User Rating: 4 out of 5Submitted on5/16/2017Review title of PhillipHow many moves?The challenge to this game is not to solve but how many moves does it take for you to solve it. Can you do it in less than 200 moves?1 out of 1 people found this helpful.MReviewed ByMaryPC15User Rating: 1 out of 5Submitted on2/23/2016Review title of MaryUnresponsiveLayout too small. Unable to adjust the size of the cards.. Forty Thieves is a solitaire card game. It is quite difficult to win, and relies mostly on skill. It is also known as Napoleon at Saint Helena, Roosevelt at San Juan, Big Forty and Le Cadran.. In Forty Thieves Solitaire the goal of the game is to move all the cards to the 8 foundation piles located in the upper right corner. The foundation piles are built in suit in an ascending order from Ace to King..