Game Description

Play a classic "Solitaire" game on your desktop or laptop computer.

In this Foundation-type playing area, you must build up four piles: diamonds, hearts, clubs, and spades.

The aces must be the bottom cards, i.e., the first at the base of the foundations.

Solitaire is a tabletop game that is played by oneself, usually with cards but also with dominoes.

The term solitaire is also used for single-player games of concentration and skill using a set layout of tiles, pegs, or stones.

These games include peg solitaire and mahjong solitaire.

Solitaire is also known as Patience, Klondike, or Cabale, and it's a famous solo card game in which the player tries to clear a table of cards by stacking them based on numerical order, color, and, ultimately, suit.

The aim of the game is to move all the playing cards from the tableau to the four foundations, arranged from Ace to King, sorted by suit, creating four separate stacks of spades, clubs, diamonds, and hearts.

The game usually starts with the tableau, and the objective is to create four separate stacks.


Mouse: Move cards;