In Spider, the goal is to remove all the cards from the table by creating "runs" of cards. Each run needs to be organized in descending order from king to ace.
This game is very similar to the Spider Solitaire version which comes free with Microsoft Windows XP operating systems.
Spider Solitaire is a simple card game, similar to Solitaire. The object is to arrange the cards sequentially and by suit. Cards are moved by placing them on the eight piles in descending order, following suit. For example, place the Jack of Spades on the Queen of Spades, or the Two of Hearts on the Three of Hearts. When you complete an entire suit, King to Ace, it is removed from the board. The game ends when all cards have been removed.
The game is always played with 52 cards, but easier skill levels (chosen at the beginning of the game) reduce the number of suits; for example, the easiest skill level uses all Spades.
Arkadium Spider Solitaire - This isn't your ordinary solitaire game. Spider Solitaire ups the ante with multiple decks and new rules. No spiders were harmed in the making of this game.
Freecell Windows XP - This game uses the Microsoft Windows Freecell machine and is therefore perfectly identical to the Freecell games found in the entertainment package of older Windows PCs.
Spider Solitaire Blue - The player can choose a game that matches his level and try to solve every Spider Solitaire puzzle as quickly as possible. This game has an infinite undo function.
Arkadium Spider Solitaire Classic - In Spider Solitaire, Kings are highest and Aces are lowest. You need to build from the King down. Once you see where the King cards are, do what you can to free them up.
Spider Solitaire Classic - The player can choose a game that matches his level and try to solve every Spider Solitaire puzzle as quickly as possible. This game has an infinite undo function.
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