Spider Solitaire Classic

Simple design captivates with Spider Solitaire Classic

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Simple green backgrounds, cards in one, two or four suits, backs in classic playing card design – that’s all you need in Spider Solitaire Classic. The green background is reminiscent of the felt on professional gaming tables. The cards are large and clearly visible. At the top of Spider Solitaire you will find a bar with all the important information about the game. In the right corner is the playing time, right next to it the number of moves made. In the upper left corner is your highest score in a game. Next to it is your current score in the current game. So, you always have an overview of how you are doing – and an incentive to do even better.


Difficulty levels in Spider Solitaire Classic

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The game is played with multiple decks of cards. You have the choice of playing with one color/suit, two colors/suits or four colors/suits. The variant with one color is the easiest, Spider Solitaire with four colors is almost impossible. The game with two colors is moderately difficult and can be won by more experienced players.

The game is played with multiple decks of cards. You have the choice of playing with one color/suit, two colors/suits or four colors/suits. The variant with one color is the easiest, Spider Solitaire with four colors is almost impossible. The game with two colors is moderately difficult and can be won by more experienced players.

The goal of this classic Spider Solitaire game is to discard all cards. When all cards in the respective piles are in order, the game ends. Your task in Spider Solitaire is to arrange the cards in descending order. You should therefore place a queen on top of the king, a jack on top of the queen, a ten on top of the jack, a nine on top of the ten, and so on. As the last card in a pile, you discard an ace. Once a row is correctly ordered, it is automatically removed from the game. You continue playing with fewer cards and can now move cards more easily to reveal the face-down cards and arrange the piles. You can move piles of cards that are already correctly arranged together. But this only works if the piles of cards are arranged by colour – shuffling two or more colours is not allowed. Therefore Spider Solitaire Classic is harder to play when there are multiple colors in play. With four colors/suits, Spider Solitaire is a real challenge!


Indicators of the game

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The different indicators in this classic Spider Solitaire game have already been described above. This is important: Clearly arranged indicators contribute significantly to the fun of the game! The indicators are important because they allow you to compare them with previous games. Spider Solitaire is the perfect gap-filler for in-between times – but you can also spend hours playing the simple card game. And then it gets interesting: How fast can you finish a game? How many individual moves do you need? The indicators help you to improve.


Functions in Spider Solitaire Classic

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Besides the described indicators you will find some additional functions at the bottom of the game. In the lower left corner you can see a small cogwheel. If you click on this symbol, a menu with various options will open above the playing field. As long as you are in this menu, the game pauses. Here you can choose whether you want to start a new game, play the same game again from the beginning, switch to a game with one, two or four colours. You can also turn the sound on or off at this point. You can also view tips and review your high scores.

At the bottom right corner you will find an arrow pointing counterclockwise in a circle. Here you can undo your last move. But be careful: This will be counted as one more move! You should use this function carefully when playing classic Spider Solitaire. Now have fun playing!