Freecell Games

  • Freecell Solitaire Purple
    Freecell Solitaire Purple
    Played 7535 times

    Have a seat and clear the cards on this table as quick as you can.

  • Freecell Solitaire Classic
    Freecell Solitaire Classic
    Played 4461 times

    Are you feeling lucky? Then try out this online version of the famous card game. How quickly can you match up all of the cards and move on to the next deck?

  • Easter Solitaire
    Easter Solitaire
    Played 4234 times

    You can never have too many different games of solitaire! Here's another one.

  • Freecell Duplex
    Freecell Duplex
    Played 1241 times

    This version of the popular card game is twice as nice and double the fun.

  • Freecell Solitaire 2
    Freecell Solitaire 2
    Played 1929 times

    Master the art of card strategy and become a true freecell champion.

  • Freecell Solitaire
    Freecell Solitaire
    Played 897 times

    Are you swift and smart enough to clear this table? Show off your card skills!

  • Card Collection
    Card Collection
    Played 1413 times

    Want a game of cards? How about 12 of them? All the classics are right here!

  • Tingly Freecell
    Tingly Freecell
    Played 1839 times

    Can you clear the whole board within the time limit in this mega game of Freecell?

  • Freecell Blue
    Freecell Blue
    Played 179 times

    In the exciting world of solitaire, wits are king and speed is your greatest ally.

  • Free cell Solitaire Green
    Free cell Solitaire Green
    Played 168 times

    Can you beat the record in this fast-paced freecell competition?

For Those Who Think Solitaire Is Too Easy

Already a Solitaire master and looking for a new challenge? Or sick of Solitaire, but looking for something similar with new gameplay and new rules? Play Freecell. Freecell Solitaire uses the same standard 52-card deck you are used to, and the goal of the game is still to sort the deck into its four suits from 2 to Ace, using the gameplay board to create stacks of cards that climb in face value, alternating in color, to get the job done. However, the Freecell twist is that, in addition to the four foundation spots (where you want all the cards to ultimately go), you get four empty cells that you can use to temporarily store cards as you shuffle them around the board. (That's why they call it the "free cell game.") 

This might make the game sound easier, especially as all the cacades are dealt face up, meaning you can see every card on the board – but as each cell can only hold one card, you'll find your options more limited than expected. And what's more: you need those open spaces to move more than one card at a time. You can't move more cards than you have free cells. So, intense planning is needed!

Of course, all you need is a deck of cards to play the game. But when you play Freecell online, not only do you learn the rules and get guidance as needed along the way, but you have a variety of decks and themes to choose between! Celebrate spring with Easter Solitaire, for example. Or double the fun with Freecell Duplex. On you'll discover tons of new ways to play.