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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.

The goal of FreeCell Classic is to remove all cards from the tableau. This is achieved by completing four foundations. Cards in foundations must be ordered in ascending sequence, i.e., from Ace to King. Foundations are built in Home Cells, four empty cells to the right.

Once all cards are dealt, examine them and plan your moves. Start moving cards that are free to play. Drag and drop them to make columns of cards that are ordered in descending sequences of alternating colors.

If one of the cards can’t be played and is blocking the game, move it to one of free cells on the left. These are used for temporarily storing unneeded cards. However, try to empty free cell as soon as possible. While it is allowed to move cards one by one, empty free cells make it possible to move several cards simultaneously. You can move a sequence of cards that is equal to the number of empty free cells plus one. This means that if all of them are empty, you can move five cards.

The game has an infinite undo function. It allows you to go back and change your moves, but it doesn’t give you more time to solve the game. You need to complete FreeCell in ten minutes.

Tips

  1. Before moving any cards, at the start of each game, analyze the layout and try to locate problem spots such as Aces and other low cards that are buried deep down in a tableau column. Then develop a plan to free them as soon as possible. In general, games that have low cards dealt near the bottom of columns will be easier than games that are dealt low cards buried deep into the tableau columns.
  2. Try to keep as many FreeCells open as possible. You can move longer sequences of cards if you have a lot of empty FreeCells. Once you are down to one or two empty FreeCells then it becomes very difficult to progress.
  3. Clear out tableau columns if possible. An empty tableau column is more powerful than an empty FreeCell as they double the number of cards that can be moved as a packed sequence.
  4. Fill an empty tableau column with an entire descending sequence of alternating colours. If a tableau column contains nothing but a full packed sequence with no cards above it then you can simply leave it there and forget about it for the rest of the game as it won’t be blocking any cards of lower rank that need to be released.
  5. Try to create packed sequences of cards in the tableau rather than hogging the FreeCells.

Credits

The game is developed by GameBoss.com.

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