Variants of Freecell
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Almost everyone who has ever sat at a Windows computer should know this cult card game. Freecell is a special variant of the solitaire card game, which must be mastered with a special strategic approach. The game is played with a 52-card deck with all cards face up. In addition to the usual stacks, on which you have to arrange the cards of the respective suit in the correct order, there are four more free spaces especially in this solitaire variant (hence the name „Freecell“). On these you can place cards that you do not want to use at times for strategic reasons.
Which variant of the cult game would you like to play? For a quick and uncomplicated round in between, the standard variant is ideal. If you feel like a bit of nostalgia, the Windows XP variant is recommended. A pleasant look is offered with the classic version.. If you’re looking for a challenge, you shouldn’t miss the time limited version!
Freecell is an iconic card game that you can play here as a browser game very easily. In this standard version you have to create the four discard piles with the respective card suits. If you want to get rid of cards that are temporarily in your way, you can use the free spaces.
Windows XP Freecell
Unfortunately, Freecell is no longer included as standard and free of charge with the newer Windows versions. Therefore we would like to offer you the opportunity to play this timeless solitaire game for free. Have fun!
Freecell with time limit
With time on the back of your neck, this variation offers a special difficulty. The missing undo button provides further excitement. Thus it is not possible to undo moves. Are you up to the challenge of solving Freecell within ten minutes?
This version of Freecell also has a time limit of ten minutes. However, you can undo your moves as often as you like. So, if you have trouble with the version without the „Undo“ button, you are welcome to play this game. Special attention is paid to the stylish wooden look and the old-fashioned playing cards.
Further card games
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Under „Klondike“ the classic Solitaire es conocido en el mundo de habla inglesa. Freecell on the other hand can be seen as a variation of the classic solitaire. Four free spaces for placing cards have been added. In addition, all rows are originally face down, except for the cards at each end. You can find different versions of the classic solitaire on our website: the well-known normal version, the version with Windows XP look, the version with 104 cards and eight ace piles or the version where you compete against time. Which one do you want to play?
Spider Solitaire is a solitaire variant and therefore these games are similar. Nevertheless, there are some differences. If Spider Solitaire were a relative, it would not be a close relative, since there are some differences. For one thing, Spider Solitaire has no piles, because you have to arrange the playing cards in the rows correctly. On the other hand, except for the last cards in each row, all cards are face down. Besides the normal SpiderSolitaire version you will find a very attractive wooden version. Those who are looking for a challenge will find their luck with the time-limited version.
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📌 Can I really play Freecell for free on your site?
Besides Freecell, you can also play here Solitaire andy Spider Solitaire 100% for free. We do not want to have your email or other information from you for this. You can easily choose which game you want to play on our website and then you can start playing right away. Have fun playing!
📌 What other games can I play on your site besides Freecell?
You can play here Solitaire, Spider Solitaire and Freecell completely free of charge. These three versions of Solitär each have games in certain variations. For example, you can play time-limited games or games with a Windows XP theme. Just have a look around and choose the right game for you!
📌 What do I have to do to win at Freecell?
To successfully complete Freecell, you must place all cards on four discard piles in order. Note that for each suit (spades, hearts, diamonds & clubs) there is one discard pile starting with an ace of each suit. You must place the cards in this order on the appropriate discard pile: Ace – Two – Three – Four – Five – Six – Seven – Eight – Nine – Ten – Jack – Queen – King. In order to be able to discard the cards, you must first arrange the cards of the seven card rows in such a way that you can easily move free cards.
When arranging the rows of cards you have to take care that the colors of the cards alternate and you can only put smaller values on the higher value. For example, a red four, or a row starting with a red four, can only be placed on a black five. You can also use the auxiliary fields if you have cards in your way that you don’t need temporarily.
📌 In which order do I have to stack the cards?
The object of the game is to form a pile of cards for the suits Heart, Spades, Diamonds and Clubs. They start with an ace, the remaining cards of the same suit are arranged in ascending order: Ace – Two – Three – Four – Five – Six – Seven – Eight – Nine – Ten – Jack – Queen – King.
You have to sort the rows of cards to get the cards you want to put on a pile. You can place the playing cards in descending and color/suit changing order. So if you have a black seven that is face up, you can place either a red six or a row that starts with a red six on it. If there are cards that are in your way, you can temporarily place them on the empty spaces provided.
📌 What can I do if I get stuck at Freecell?
If your Freecell round bogs down and you are stuck, use the empty spaces to place cards there that are in your way. Depending on your browser game, you may be able to reverse your moves. Maybe you can prevent a new blockade this way.