Solitaire, Spider & Freecell

Developer: BetaUnltd LLC

Current Version: 1.0.7

Last Updated: 2 months ago

Download Size: 60.4 MB - Download


Take a break from your everyday life with these classic versions of Solitaire. Play a modern & stylish version of Solitaire, with the gameplay you know & love.

Play Klondike (Solitaire), Spider and Freecell all in one app. All games are free to play both online.

We have stayed true to the spirit of Solitaire, also known as Klondike, & spend our time designing a version of Solitaire that has the classical feel you know and love, mixed with a simple & minimalistic interface. Experience the clear graphics, smooth animations & subtle sounds of this classic version of Solitaire for Mac™.

Klondike Solitaire is the most popular solitaire game in the world. The goal is to place all the cards in each suit in stacks of ascending rank. Play Klondike Solitaire to relax & relieve stress. Click & move cards to see them fly & land softly. Clean graphics & a classic gameplay makes this Solitaire fully enjoyable.

Unlimited free game plays
Enjoy unlimited free game plays in both the online and the offline version of Solitaire game.

Autoplay game when obvious or when won. Options cane be turned off and on under settings.

Stuck? Click the hint buttons and let the the game give you a hint on your next move.

iOS, iPad and Widescreen ready
This solitaire game is optimized for all sizes. From a mobile screen to a large desktop screen.

Beautiful design
Enjoy these classic games in a beautiful design, with custom made cards for mobile and desktop.

Retina ready
All games are optimized for retina. Playing on iOS, iPad or MacBook Retina has never been nicer.

Hotkey controls
Do you play a lot of Solitaire? Try out the hotkeys. They’ll help you make moves faster.

Lots of settings
Control sound, automove, deck, animation speed and a lot more under settings.

Unlimited undos
Never be afraid to make a move. Unlimited undos gives you plenty of room for regret.

Download game for offline play
To play offline or always have the gave at hand, you can download the game here.

Klondike Solitaire, a game known by many as Patience, Klondike or Solitaire Classic, is the quintessential Solitaire game. Everyone knows and loves this solitaire game and with this new and improved version, you’ll love it even more. Sit down, relax and enjoy this timeless classic.

Spider Solitare is one of the world’s most popular version of the solitaire card game. The game is played with two decks of cards, unlike Klondike (Solitaire), which is played with one. This makes for a more challenging card solitaire experience.

Freecell Solitaire is by many considered to be the most balanced version of all the solitaire card game versions out there. Unlike many of the other versions of solitaire, almost all games can be won. This makes for a much more relaxing solitaire experience.

Start a new game: [N]
Show a hint: [H]
Undo move: [U]


Release Notes:

• Major improvements
• Cards are easier to move around
• Cards stick better
• General bug fixes


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0.7
Review by DonDan

Now works great - While at first it wasn’t ready, the revised version works fine. Holger, the developer, responds to customer comments via Help.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 1.0
Review by nhampton

Buggy and Unrefined - This app is clearly not ready for release, even as a beta version. Not all the games work, the controls are rudimentary (and, in some cases, unclear), and the appearance is unappealing. I tried Spider first, and it only allows you to move cards onto cards of the opposite color. Because it allowed me to move columns of alternating-color cards, I initially thought it was a variant where you won with alternating-color stacks instead of same-color stacks, but when I finally managed to complete one, it wouldn’t clear. Since there was no way to win, I gave up and tried Klondike. Unlike Spider, Klondike actually worked, though the autoplay was slightly too aggressive (a black three was moved up before the last red ace was in place). I didn’t try Freecell, but I expect it will also work because it, like Klondike, relies on alternating-color stacks. The other problem is that the game is ugly and unintuitive. The first thing you notice when opening the app are the large vertical banner ads on either side of the playing area, followed by the amateurish design of the card faces and backs. More significantly, the controls are all buttons located unobtrusively at the bottom of the window; so unobtrusively, in fact, that I initially had difficulty finding them. The buttons are icons without tool tips, and while the icons for hint, settings, and instructions are clear and the undo button is fairly easy to decipher, the new game command is hidden with the restart commant in a pop-up under a button with a counterclockwise arrow. In addition, there are no menu commands or keyboard shortcuts (aside from Quit and Command-Q). I instinctively tried several times to undo a move by hitting Command-Z, and got nothing. There is no visual indication when a card moves over a location where it can be played, which means you have no visual feedback to tell you when you can release the mouse button, and the autoplay has a distinct lag before each move, which, if I had been playing at my normal speed, would likely have been bothersome. Unlike most of the free apps I’ve tried, this one is worth exactly what you paid for it.

Found helpful by 4 out of 7 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0.7
Review by DonDan

Now works great - While at first it wasn’t ready, the revised version works fine. Holger, the developer, responds to customer comments via Help.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people