FreeCell X

Developer: Chris Bigart

Current Version: 1.7.1

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 514.5 KB - Download

Description:

A simple, easy to use, and lightweight version of the popular solitaire game. Users of popular freecell applications will feel right at home with compatible game numbers and a simple, familiar interface.
Announcement: I have noticed a number of reviews by users having problems moving cards between piles. Like classic freecell games, FreeCell X does not use drag-and-drop, but rather moves cards by first clicking the bottom card on a pile (it will change color), and then clicking the pile you wish to move the card(s) to. If users are interested in drag-and-drop support, I can add it, but I have not received any feedback about this issue other than the reviews. If you have any problems, please email me ([email protected]) and I will do my best to solve them.

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Release Notes:

Fixed a rare bug when moving cards between piles.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 0
Review by Andy in Jersey

Like the Windows version - I am addicted to the Windows version of this game. I found a good one for Linux, but was never satisfied with the Mac versions until finding FreeCell X. This looks and operates like the Windows version. Most importantly there is good contrast to the cards so that you can easily spot the cards you are looking for. Some people seem to have trouble with the interface but I think it works just fine. You move stacks by clicking the bottom of a stack you want to move and then clicking the location to deposit the moved cards. Who needs drag and drop. Sometimes it is a little finicky about clicking the right spot to deposit a card; you just need to hunt around a little bit. That is a pretty minor annoyance. This was the best two bucks I have spent in a long time.

Found helpful by 8 out of 10 people
1/5
Version 1.7.1
Review by brinks12

no good - Game does not finish itself once you win.. Does not move all cards like windows version.. needs some serious updates

Found helpful by 14 out of 15 people