At the dawn of the computer industry, solo card games began to appear in Windows. Freecell (Solitaire = English solitaire) was one of the first games to become a household name for FreeCell solitaire. Many, however, attribute this name to another, no less popular solitaire game Klondike Solitaire. But a lot of time has passed, and now you can't figure out what kind of game they called Freecell after all.

Here is a classic version of the Free Cell with a simplified map view. This representation of them has a number of advantages. First, the suit signs are large and easy to distinguish. Secondly, despite the absence of the usual images of jacks, queens and kings, the letters denoting cards of these ranks are noticeably different from the digital cards.

Start analyzing any solitaire game, and Freecell is no exception, by learning the rules. For the layout in this game, 52 cards of 4 suits are used. All of them are stacked openly on top of each other in eight columns. The player's task is to collect, sort and store all the cards in the upper-right 4-d cells (house). The pack must start with an ace and end with a king (ace, 2, 3, etc.).

To solve the problem, we use the transfer of matching cards on top of each other between sorting columns (the 8 that we talked about at the beginning). You can only put a card of the same suit on another card and strictly one rank lower than the one you put on. That is, here, for example, only the four of spades can be placed on the five of spades.

Since the strictness of the stacking rules does not allow you to achieve a tolerable probability of convergence of solitaire, 4 free cells are introduced into the game, which can be used to temporarily store cards that are currently interfering.

If the description of the game given here did not seem clear enough to you, watch an online video with one of the successful layouts, and all questions will disappear completely.

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You can play the game SOLITAIRE THE FREECELL 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.