This version of the game is played with two decks of cards. Your goal is to build eight foundations. The cards in foundations have to be sorted in ascending sequence (i.e., from Ace to King).
To sort cards, start assembling them in columns in descending order of alternating colors. You can move the cards one by one or several cards at a time. To move a sequence of cards, they need to be ordered by rank. You can drag and drop the cards you want to move or double click on them.
When you clear out one of the columns, place a King on an empty space. You can also move a sequence that starts with the King to an empty space. As soon as one of the Aces becomes free to play, you can start building the foundations.
There is also a stock of free cards. When there are no more cards that can to play on the tableau, click on the stock. One or three cards will be drawn, depending on which option you chose in the beginning. Use the cards from stock to continue the game. If you can’t play the card, it is moved to the waste pile. When all the cards are drawn, the waste pile will be turned over.
If you need to take a few steps back and rearrange the cards, use the infinite undo function.
Double Klondike Solitaire is played with two decks of cards. The object of the game is to build the 8 foundation piles up in suit from ace to king.
The tableau piles are built down by alternate colors. The top card of each pile is available for play on the foundations. Cards can be moved from one tableau pile to another only if all the face-up cards of the tableau pile are moved together. Empty spaces can be filled with a king or a group of cards beginning with a king.
Click on the stock pile to deal three cards to the waste pile. You may go through the stock any number of times.
Enjoy your favorite solitaire even more with Double Klondike Solitaire! The game is developed by GameBoss.
Solitaire Windows XP - The object of this Solitaire is to use all the cards in the deck to build up the four suit stacks in ascending order, beginning with the aces. To achieve this, you can temporary use the seven row stacks in descending order, alternating between red and black cards, beginning with the kings.
Freecell Windows XP - Solitaires are great games to train your patience and attention. Probably it’s the reason why Microsoft added them to the older versions of Windows in the ’90s. Solitaires continue to be very popular and the newer versions of Windows also include a variety of these games. One of the favorites of all times is FreeCell Windows XP.
Freecell Solitaire - A Freecell game with the original Windows game numbers. Try to solve them all as quickly as possible in the least amount of moves. Read info about the rules and play it online for free.
Free Cell Classic - FreeCell may seem easier than other versions of solitaire games because all the cards are dealt face up in the beginning. However, it is also trickier than other solitaires because of the free cells feature.
Freecell Blue - FreeCell Blue is different from many other versions of solitaire games, because all 52 cards are dealt face-up from the beginning. This lets you look at cards and plan your moves more thoroughly than in other solitaire games.
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