This Spider Solitaire game is played with large clear cards and comes with the handy hint button. You can choose to play with 1, 2 or 4 suits.
So you are about to play one of the most popular solitaire games: Spider Solitaire.
Two decks are used in the game, 104 cards in total. To solve the game, you need to assemble 8 builds. A build is a full set of 13 cards, sorted in descending order from the king to the ace. When a build is completed, it is removed from the in-play area.
To move cards, just drag and drop them. You can move one card at a time or several cards ordered by rank. It is possible to place cards of different suits on each other, as long as you do it in descending order. However, a build can contain only cards of the same suit.
If you want to change your move, use the “Undo” button to take a step back. If you think there are no more moves available, you can do the following:
There are three levels of the game. One suit Spider Solitaire is the easiest: you play with only one suit. Two suit Spider Solitaire uses two suits and is intermediate level. Four suit Spider Solitaire is played with four suits and is the hardest to solve. Choose the level to start the game.
The game is developed by GameBoss.
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