Freecell is a card game that brings the classic Freecell green tabletop experience to online players. The player must rearrange cards distributed face-up in layers across eight columns to create new columns and eventually move all cards to a foundation area.

The player attempts to reposition the cards into a descending, alternating-color, non-suit order (i.e., K, Q, J, 10... 5, 4, 3, and 2) to prepare the cards for redistribution to the foundation and to unlock the Aces that start each foundation stack. They build the stacks in an ascending, same-color, suit-based order, which is the reverse of the column builds. The empty free cells in the upper-left area serve as temporary placeholders for cards that are in the way while performing builds.

Freecell displays the options for selecting a new game, checking the time, and reviewing the number of current moves along the top of the screen. The player can also select the current game number to randomly play a brand new game. They merely need to enter any number between 1 and 9999999 by using the green-and-white number keys located below the popup window.

The player can undo a move at any time using the arrow that curves backward at the bottom-right corner. They can use the plus (+) sign at the lower-left corner or the Menu hamburger icon at the upper-left corner to access options to play a new game and restart the current one.

How to Play:

Review the cards on the columns. Rearrange the cards to create new builds. Unlock the Aces from the columns. Move each Ace to a foundation space. If necessary, undo moves.


Mouse: Click buttons and icons. To rearrange a column card or move a card to a free cell or foundation space, click and drag the card, or click it once.
Mobile: Tap buttons and icons. To move a card, tap and drag it, or tap it once.


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