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Freecell gets its name from the fact there are free cells that you can temporarily store cards in.
A single deck of cards is dealt across 8 columns on the tableau.
On the tableau cards can be moved in descending order while alternating suit color.
On the foundations you build in suited ascending order from the Ace up to King.
Any card can be moved to an empty column on the tableau.
You can move individual cards at the bottom of a tableau column at any point in time. Moving larger groupings of cards requires you to either have empty free cells and/or empty columns on the tableau.
Try to get Aces to the foundations quickly while keeping your free cells empty or only temporarily using them.
Do not build a long stack of cards on the tableau if they have an Ace or two underneath them unless you know you will soon be able to clear other columns.
Empty columns on the tableau are quite powerful. If you have no empty free cells and no empty columns on the tableau you can only move one card at a time. If you have 4 empty free cells you can move 5 decending cards at a time. If you have 4 empty free cells and an open column on the tableau you could move 9 cards at a time.
All the game controls are in the right column. Buttons at the top allow you to control game sounds & music, pause the game, or shift to full screen mode.
Underneath those buttons it shows your current score along with how much time you have remaining.
Finally, at the bottom of the right column there is a button to restart the game and a button to undo your most recent move. You can use the undo button up to 3 times per game. Pressing the reset button redeals the same exact deal. If you would like a new deal refresh this screen.
Each card you move from the tableau to a foundation is worth 10 points, for a maximum base score of 520 points.. Every second you have remaining when the game is complete is worth 50 points.
This is a single level game with a 10 minute time limit.
This game is quite easy. We have around a dozen other different variations of freecell you can explore. Variatons of the game include using 2 decks, or limiting the number of free cells to 3, 2 or even 1!