Challenge the computer to a game of Cat and Mouse, often known as Skip-bo. The goal of this card game is to eliminate your left-hand stack of cards by moving them to one of the three central piles. Stack the cards from Ace through Queen in a specific order (A, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q, K, A, and suit is unimportant) in the centre of the table. You have the option of playing a card from your left stack, the five cards in your hand, or one of your four discard heaps on the right. When you discard a card from your hand, it's the end of your turn. You can only use the top cards of your play stack, your hand, and the discard piles. As a wild card, the King can be substituted with any other card. This extreme variation allows you to use your opponent's discards.