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Play Classic Solitaire Game From Windows XP — Online And Free

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The object of this Solitaire is to use all the cards in the deck to build up the four suit stacks in ascending order, beginning with the aces. To achieve this, you can temporary use the seven row stacks in descending order, alternating between red and black cards, beginning with the kings.

How To Play

  1. On the Game menu, click Deal (Hot-key is F2).
  2. Double-click any aces on the seven stacks to move them to the spaces at the upper right of the screen, and then make any other plays available on the board.
  3. When you have made all available plays on the board, click the deck to begin turning over cards.

Notes:

  • The card that is face up on the deck is always available for play.
  • If you are using the Draw Three card option, click the deck to turn over the cards before you turn over any stack cards. This will give you an opportunity to see other play options that could increase your chances of winning.
  • You will be building row stacks and suit stacks.
  • You build row stacks to free up cards that you need to build the suit stacks.
  • To move a card or a stack of cards, from one row stack to another, click and drag the card or stack.
  • To move a card from either the deck or a row stack to a suit stack, double-click it.
  • To move all playable cards to their respective suit stacks, right-click the game board or press A button.
  • After moving a card from a row stack to a suit stack or a different row stack, click the next card to turn it over.
  • When a row stack is open (no cards in the row), you can move a king (along with any cards that might be in its stack) to the open row stack.

Credits

Developed by FreeCell.io.

More Games

FreeCell XP — Do you remember how you discovered Solitaire games? Most probably you did when you got your first computer. You might even remember how the menu looked like back in the day. FreeCell XP will make you feel like you are back in time. This game looks exactly like the one that was installed on your old computer.

Spider Solitaire Windows XP — The online game Spider Solitaire Windows XP is a similar version of a legendary and quite popular Solitaire game that comes free with Microsoft Windows XP operating systems. Many people spent hours playing this game on their old computers. And now it’s available online.

Freecell Windows XP — Solitaires are great games to train your patience and attention. Probably it’s the reason why Microsoft added them to the older versions of Windows in the ’90s. Solitaires continue to be very popular and the newer versions of Windows also include a variety of these games. One of the favorites of all times is FreeCell Windows XP.

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Play Spider Solitaire Windows XP — A Free To Play Game

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The online game Spider Solitaire Windows XP is a similar version of a legendary and quite popular Solitaire game that comes free with Microsoft Windows XP operating systems. Many people spent hours playing this game on their old computers. And now it’s available online.

The rules are really simple and it’ll take you only a few minutes to understand them if you’ve never played Spider-like games before. This game has three levels of difficulty depending on the quantity of suites you use (one, two or four). If you’re new to this game, it’s better to start from the easiest level to figure out the rules.

Spider Solitaire involves two packs of cards (together 52 cards). The main aim is to build a sequence of the same suit in correct descending order from King to Ace. For example, place the Queen of Spades on the King of Spades, or the Five of Hearts on the Six of Hearts. At the very end place Ace on Two and the whole suite will disappear from the board. If there are no more moves during the game, just press on the deck in the right bottom corner and new cards will be dealt.

At the beginning you always have 500 points. With every move you lose 1 point. But when you complete a sequence of one suit, from King to Ace, you get 100 points. With every new game you’ll improve your skills and see how your score will also go up.

More Games

Solitaire Windows XP — The object of this Solitaire is to use all the cards in the deck to build up the four suit stacks in ascending order, beginning with the aces. To achieve this, you can temporary use the seven row stacks in descending order, alternating between red and black cards, beginning with the kings.

FreeCell XP — Do you remember how you discovered Solitaire games? Most probably you did when you got your first computer. You might even remember how the menu looked like back in the day. FreeCell XP will make you feel like you are back in time. This game looks exactly like the one that was installed on your old computer.

Freecell Windows XP — Solitaires are great games to train your patience and attention. Probably it’s the reason why Microsoft added them to the older versions of Windows in the ’90s. Solitaires continue to be very popular and the newer versions of Windows also include a variety of these games. One of the favorites of all times is FreeCell Windows XP.

No downloading needed to play this game. Is the game not working or not loading? Help us make the site better — Report Problem

2024 © FreeCell.io. The popular card games that can be played without downloading — Freecell, Klondike Solitaire, Spider Solitaire and more.
Contact Us — Cookie Policy — Privacy Policy — Terms & Conditions.

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Name

Synopsis

The traditional Klondike solitaire card game.

To Open

Start → Programs → Games → Solitaire

Command Prompt → sol

Description

Solitaire, the simple card game included with every version of Windows since Windows 3.0, is a single-player game that follows the traditional Klondike rules (see Figure 4-81). The object of the game is to organize all the cards by suit and place them in order (starting with the ace) in the four stacks at the top of the window. Cards are moved by placing them on the seven piles in sequential descending order, alternating color. For example, place a black four on a red five, or a red Jack on a black Queen. The game is over when all the cards have been moved to the top stacks.

The original Solitaire (Klondike) game is a great way to waste time at work

Figure 4-81. The original Solitaire (Klondike) game is a great way to waste time at work

You can choose a new look for the deck by going to Game → Deck (note that some are animated). Go to Game → Options to choose whether one or three cards are drawn from the deck at a time, which type of scoring to use, and whether the game is timed.

Tip

If you start a game drawing three cards at a time, trying to switch to Game → Options → Draw One will start a new game. Press Ctrl-Alt-Shift while you draw to draw a single card in a Draw-3 game.

Notes

  • I often use Solitaire as a teaching tool for those just learning to use a mouse. It’s a great way to learn clicking, .

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Microsoft Solitaire and Spider Solitaire from Windows XP

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Reviewer: 108CAM — favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite — October 5, 2023
Subject: 10 out of 5!

After finding an an old Windows 3.1 FreeCell game file in the files for something else, I wanted to play the other Windows Card Games so I went to my start menu and opened the game library app and was happy that the games were there, albeit with a more modern look but otherwise identical gameplay.

What I didn’t like about the new games was how the Windows XP vibe was completely gone and the games appeared to be hosted on a server and weren’t actually installed on my computer. This meant I would’ve likely needed an internet connection in order to play the games.

Another letdown was that the games had their code altered to add things like levels, point systems and unlockable content which I didn’t want so I searched Google for a copy of the XP version and among the first 10 results was this Archive that contained the XP Solitaire and Spider games in their original form.
The Solitaire game even has the iconic winning animation where the cards drop and bounce across the screen.

Thanks for uploading this and making the contents of the .ZIP file simple and straightforward. All I had to do was extract the .ZIP and launch the executables.
From there, I was able to pin them to my taskbar for quick and easy access.

Reviewer: timothyforbesofficial — favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite — April 13, 2023
Subject: rad!

Any way to get the different deck graphics like in Windows XP? Frog, duck, etc.?

Reviewer: Hanoka4 — favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite — May 3, 2022
Subject: Thanks so much

Hate how Microsoft expects us to play these games from a browser nowadays. Thanks for the byte-sized classics.

Reviewer: A1sandy1 — favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite — January 11, 2022
Subject: THANKS
My 90 year old mother can still play this classic game. Thanks for the files.
Reviewer: uy813 — favorite favorite favorite — March 6, 2021
Subject: how
But How Can i Download?

Reviewer: thomas.killeen — favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite — January 13, 2021
Subject: WinXP Solitaire (Klondike)

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