FreeCell is a popular single-player card game that is played using a standard deck of 52 cards. The objective of the game is to move all the cards from the tableau to the four foundation piles, arranged in ascending order by suit.


  1. Setup: Open the game and you’ll see eight columns of cards arranged in numerical order, from left to right. The first four columns have seven cards, and the other four columns have six cards. The remaining cards form the stockpile.
  2. Objective: The objective of FreeCell is to move all the cards to the four foundation piles, arranged in ascending order by suit (hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades). You must start with the Ace of each suit, and then build up in ascending order (2, 3, 4, and so on) until you reach the King.
  3. Gameplay: You can move cards between the columns on the tableau, as well as from the tableau to the foundation piles. Only the top card of each column is face-up, and the rest are face-down. To move a card, simply click on it and drag it to the desired location.
  4. Moving cards: You can move cards from one column to another if the cards are in descending order and alternate colors (for example, you can move a black 6 onto a red 7). You can also move any card to an empty column.
  5. Stockpile and free cells: You can also move cards from the stockpile to the tableau or foundation piles. If you get stuck, you can use the free cells at the top left corner of the screen to temporarily store cards.
  6. Winning: The game is won when all cards have been moved to the foundation piles in the correct order. If you get stuck, you can always undo moves or start a new game.

FreeCell is a fun and challenging game that requires strategy, skill, and a bit of luck. With a bit of practice, you’ll soon be able to master this classic card game!

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