Played with a regular 52-card deck, FreeCell is a solitaire-based card game. You try to build all four matching piles or foundations in the game, going from ace to king. Under the background tiles, there are eight animated columns. Microsoft has included a FreeCell computer game on all Windows operating system releases since 1995, greatly contributing to the game's popularity.
When playing Freecell on the computer, the winning goal is to stack all 52 cards in the top right corner of the animation. The highest value card is the ace, followed by the 2, 3, 4 and 5 of any suit, and finally the jack, queen, and king.
How to play
Start the game
- Split and rearrange the cards.
- The deck consists of 52 normal cards.
- There are four unused compartments and therefore four decks of unused cards.
- The deck is shuffled and the cards are divided into eight columns. Four of the columns contain seven cards, while the other four have six. Four to 10 columns can be used some substitution rules.
- The top cards of each tier begin with a string.
- The black and red links must be alternated in the structure of the chain from top to bottom.
- Logic dictates that this is the correct order to play the cards (roulette wheel or roulette wheel).
How to move
- There are four base cells, one for each deck. Automatically transfers troops to any base cell. After you've moved the aces to the base, place two suits on the aces and continue building.
- You can also move the blank tags at the bottom of any column to a blank cell or to any blank column that you've deleted. Cards in the free slots can be used at any time.
- You can also move the last card in the stack to another column or platform or empty cells.
The game is won when all the cards are transferred to the corresponding pile. Have fun playing the game.