It's hard to say why solitaire was called Australian. Perhaps it was first proposed by someone from Australia. Anyway, let's try to understand the rules of the game.

The deck used for Australian Solitaire is standard and contains 52 cards. Initially, some of the cards are laid out in 7 even columns of 4 cards each. The rest of the deck is located on the top left and is flipped one card at a time during the game. On the top right, there are 4 empty slots (bases). The goal of solitaire is to stack all the cards on the base, starting with aces and sequentially up to kings, sorting the cards in the process of stacking by ranks and suits (ace, deuce, three,..., king).

As you can see, the number of cards laid out initially, the location of blocks on the table, and the goal of the game fully correspond to Klondike Solitaire. However, there are a number of differences. First, the layout of sorting columns in Australian Solitaire is uniform: 4 cards in 7 columns, and all cards are opened from the very beginning. Second, sorting. The latter should be mentioned separately. When dragging cards between columns in the process of disassembling solitaire, you should adhere to the spider rules: suit to suit and junior rank to senior. Thus, the cross five, for example, can only be transferred to the cross six and no more to any other card.

The player is not limited in time. Australian Solitaire gives you freedom of action in this regard — here you can relax, relax and take a closer look at the game environment. The game interface provides the following options: undo a move, restart the game (with the current map layout), and hints. As you can see, everything you need is at hand, you can start!

You can play the game AUSTRALIAN SOLITAIRE GAME online 24 hours a day for free. It is no need to download and install it on your computer, and it is also not required you to be the registered user. Just ckick and enjoy. See also a set of related games below on that you might be interested to look.