The Freecell game is a solitaire card game. It was first developed in 1978 by a programmer named Robert Donner. Freecell is a game that is played by using four piles of cards. There is one card that is face up at the top of each pile, and the rest of the cards are face down. The game is played by moving the cards from one pile to another so that all the face down cards are turned face up. The goal of the game is to move all the cards from the top of one stack to the top of another stack.
Step-by-Step Guide How to Play Freecell
- This is the Freecell game window that is available when you click on the Freecell icon.
- There are six columns and six rows.
- The top-right corner of the Freecell window, the bottom-left corner, and the bottom-right corner are all empty.
- The center of the Freecell window is the space that is currently available to be played on.
- The top-left corner is the card that is currently available to be played on.
- The bottom-left corner is the next card that is available in the pile.
- The bottom-right corner is the card that is last to be played on the pile.
- Click on the card in the top-left corner of the Freecell window to place it on the space in the center of the Freecell window.