FreeCell

Developer: Mahjong

Current Version: 1.2

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 8.3 MB - Download

Description:

FreeCell solitaire is not like other solitaires. You need no luck to win, only skill is required. All cards are opened from the start and the deal has the solution, you can win, think and move wisely.

Game features:
- autosave when exit
- deal difficulty settings
- customizable background and card
- "magnetic" card
- multiple card dragging
- drag or tap to move
- undo option

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Release Notes:

32-bit compatibility.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.2
Review by bickering critic

FreeCell - I like this game a lot and play daily. Overcoming weird placements of the card you need by finding ways to get rid of the cards sitting on top of it constitutes a challenge. I also enjoy moving columns of cards that are too long for the game to allow you to move them by finding a place to put maybe half of the column and then moving the top half followed by the bottom half. The only problem I have real trouble with is if I need say a red five and the black fours are already up in the final resting place because they have been moved there automatically and I can’t undo that. But there’s usually some sneaky thing you can do if you just look closely. A fun way to end a session online.

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
1/5
Version 1.2
Review by Grandpa Joe A

Disappointing - I do not recomment this version of FreeCell. My main objection is that it does not keep a running total of wins and loses. The other objection I have is in the automated moves. They are erratic. There are times that they move back and forth from one free cell to another when there is a legal move for the card on the board. Or it moves back and forth between the same two legal moves on the board when there is a third move that can be made. You then have to manually move the card(s) to the third place. I can go on with examples of the erratic play but I think you get the point.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.2
Review by bickering critic

FreeCell - I like this game a lot and play daily. Overcoming weird placements of the card you need by finding ways to get rid of the cards sitting on top of it constitutes a challenge. I also enjoy moving columns of cards that are too long for the game to allow you to move them by finding a place to put maybe half of the column and then moving the top half followed by the bottom half. The only problem I have real trouble with is if I need say a red five and the black fours are already up in the final resting place because they have been moved there automatically and I can’t undo that. But there’s usually some sneaky thing you can do if you just look closely. A fun way to end a session online.

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
4/5
Version 1.2
Review by Ken20825

Basically it is good game - For those who expect every aspect of the game to be “spot on”, this isn’t the game for you. That being said, it is one of the better games out there. Since I’ve only used the free version, my opinions relate to that version. It has a few shortcomings that have already been mentioned. But as a first rate game, it is not. It wouldn’t take a lot to make it one and I’m not sure why the authors haven’t taken the effort to do so. Bottom line: If you want to kill some time without being “engrossed”, then it is one of the best free games out there.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
4/5
Version 1.2
Review by LadyArby

Good game, easy set up - Not outrageously sophisticated -- but it absolutely does the job if you like FreeCell. Like many here, I became attached to it in Windows. Mac versions are generally not as user friendly as Windows, but this one does a very good job of letting you build a decent game for yourself. Lots of visual options in terms of the deck and colors -- that's nice. Also, varied skill levels. Like many, I miss very much having the numbers of each game so I could call up a number already played and try again to beat it. But -- can't have everything. FreeCell is, in my opinion, the perfect blend of luck with skill, and getting a game that lets you manipulate the cards according to your skill is imperative. So far -- this game does that for me. I'm satisfied.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
4/5
Version 1.2
Review by DerDuck2

Der Duck - PRetty darn good, not quite as slick as the free version once supplied by Windows, but pretty close. Graphics not especially crisp and have not discovered that they save the statistics (games won/lost), but basically a very nice version, and definitely…. the price is right- haven’t played long enough to be sure but think the promise of unlimited play is valid. See the apps free Hearts for an unfavorable comparison (hearts is clunky and after a while wants you to buy more games). This version of Free Cell gets a thumbs up, 4.75 stars, a few amenities would have earned 5 stars from this reviewer.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
4/5
Version 1.2
Review by donfones

Freecell - Very nice. Entertaining.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
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