Eagle Wing is a solitaire-based card game played with a 52-card standard deck.
At the begining the player is dealt 13 cards face down at the center to form a reserve.
Then four cards are dealt left and another four cards to the right of the reserve pile in 8 cells.
These cells can hold one card at a time.
One card is placed in one of the four foundations
which makes the base of one foundation and all other cards with the same rank are placed at other three foundations during the game.
Remaining cards are kept into the stock pile.
The objective of the game is to build the foundations up in suit up to the card that is a rank lower than the base card of the foundation.
The foundations are built up in suit wrapping from King to Ace if necessary.
Once a card is played on a foundation, it can't be removed.
Cards in the cells can be played to the foundations only and any gap left in the cells is immediately filled by a card from the reserve.
When the reserve is down to its last card, it is immediatly available to be played to the foundations without a need to move it to one of the eight cells.
Cards from the stock pile can be moved one at a time to the waste pile.
Two redeals are allowed in the game which means a player can go through the stock pile three times in total.
The top card of the waste pile is available to play either to the cells (if empty) or the foundations.
The game ends once the stock has been dealt third time. The game is won after all cards are moved to their foundation piles.