FreeCell Solitaire : Rediscover a well known game of Windows XP era
One of great way to have fun on Windows XP was to play the games offered by Microsoft in standard. Amongst these games, there was FreeCell Solitaire an implementation of the classical card game.
FreeCell Solitaire is a solitaire-based card game played with a 52-card standard deck. FreeCell is a fun and classic one player card game. This variant of classic Solitaire game will keep you entertained for long hours on your smarpthones and tablets.
FreeCell Solitaire comes with a clean and intuitive interface offering you big cards letting you to play easily.
FreeCell Solitaire is freely available on Google Play Store here :
FreeCell Solitaire uses one standard 52-card deck. There are four open piles located at the top left and four open foundations piles at the top right. Cards are dealt face-up into eight cascades, four of which comprise seven cards and four of which comprise six. The goal of FreeCell is to move all the cards to the four foundations piles by building each suit up from Ace to King. When playing, you can use the four open piles to store cards as you’re trying to win. The game is won after all cards are moved to their foundation piles.
You can see FreeCell Solitaire in action on Youtube :
Other features offered by FreeCell Solitaire include :
- Auto Move on / off
- Sound on /off
- Drag and Drop cards to move
- Undo a move
- Support for play in Portrait and Landscape
- Game Statistics
- Unlimited free games
- Game state saved
Some screenshots showing support for Portrait and Landscape mode :
Don’t hesitate to give your feedbacks or ideas to improve FreeCell Solitaire via email : firstname.lastname@example.org