Author: Andy Fullard
Solitaire, which is also known as Patience in England, is a hugely popular single player card game. Solitaire is not actually a single game, Solitaire is in reality a family of games, there are hundreds of different ways to play Solitaire and loads of different versions and variations of the game using either […]
Object of the game: To build up four columns in suit ending in the King card. With Flower Garden solitaire only one card can be moved at a time. This version of solitaire relies heavily on skill.
When you first begin Flower Garden solitaire your screen may look like this:
There are a few […]
The object of spider solitaire is to arrange all card suits in order. The goal is to empty all the columns while adding more cards to each column. Sometimes it feels like this game is unwinnable but if you keep at it you can ace it. You want to ascend from King […]
The object of this card game is start from the Ace card and end with the King card while alternating between the red and black cards. By double clicking the appropriate card you will start to stack the cards up in the empty slots above. There are four slots that you will […]
Klondike solitaire is very similar to classic solitaire. The object of this game is to stack all the cards in the ascending order from Ace to King. When you stack the cards they must be in opposite colors each time.
When you first start your game you want to try and find as many […]
The objective is to move all the cards to their foundations built up rank and suit from Ace to King.
When you begin your screen may look like this. You want to start building foundations in order of suit and rank but you can only move one card at a time. This game […]
The objective is to move all your suited cards to the right starting from Ace and ending with King.
In this version of solitaire you can place the same color card on top of another. For example you may place a red Queen on top of a red King. You may only move one […]
The objective of Aces Up is to move all suited cards EXCEPT the Ace to the foundation stack. Check for any cards of the same suit, for example the 3 of diamonds and the 8 of diamonds. You can move the lower of these two suits to the foundation stack by double […]