If one suit Solitaire is boring for you, challenge yourself with the next level version of the game. Two suit Spider Solitaire is played with two decks of cards. But, as the name suggests, two suits are used. That makes the game a little bit harder, but a lot more fun to play.
The main rule stays the same: your goal is to assemble cards in order from the highest rank (king) to the lowest rank (ace). When you have a build (i.e., full set of 13 cards) assembled, it will be removed from the tableau (i.e., in-play area).
Here’s the tricky part: you can place hearts on spades and vice versa. But in order for the build to be removed, you have to assemble a sequence of cards only of the same suit. So, you have to be very careful when you place cards of different suits on one another.
There are 104 cards in the game, so you need to complete 8 builds.
In case you think you are out of moves, there are two options:
Two suit Spider Solitaire is a perfect game to challenge your mind and attentiveness. It doesn’t take a lot of time to complete the game, so you can play it any time when you have free 10 minutes to spare.
Developed by GameBoss.
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