Solitaire (Classic Card Game)

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  • Solitaire (Classic Card Game)
  • Solitaire (Classic Card Game)


Developer Staple Games
BundleID com.staplegames.solitaire
Version 1.53
Size 46.6MB
Released March 10,2019
Updated October 6,2020
Score 4.8
Review Num 283781
Language Danish ,Dutch ,English ,Finnish ,French ,German ,Greek ,Indonesian ,Italian ,Japanese ,Korean ,Malay ,Norwegian ,Portuguese ,Russian ,Chinese ,Spanish ,Swedish ,Thai ,Turkish ,Vietnamese
Rating 4+
Compatibility 10.0


  • patsydawn - 2020-10-21 09:41:56

    Brain advantages from playing

    I believe that playing helps to keep our older minds sharp!!!! One has to be fairly quick and observant of all the details!!! And we have to act fast!! We have to use all the brain’s parts to get a good record!! All these are good for our brains!!

  • iphyllys - 2020-10-24 07:50:04

    Clear Going !

    The board is clear of so much and easier to focus if you have been looking at multi screens.

  • Original Puma Black - 2020-10-21 07:30:35

    Nice and simple

    Classic solitaire. No frills, no gimmicks. If you want to play 7up, this is it.


Train your brain with a daily dose of Solitaire! This modern take on a classic card game will keep you sharp.  Simple and intuitive gameplay with a minimalistic design so that nothing gets between you and the game.

Try it out!

-Draw 1 card
-Draw 3 cards
-Easy to read cards
-Intuitive tap to play
-Intelligent auto-complete
-Right or left handed play
-Auto-save, so you never lose your progress
-Unlimited undo
-Auto Helper
-Dark Mode

How to Win:

---Move all 52 cards up to the four foundations in sequential order, Ace to King, for each suit

Klondike Rules:

---There are 7 Tableau columns with the last card of each face-up.  Any face-up card can be moved onto another card on the Tableaus if it is in descending order of alternating colors, e.g. 8 of Hearts on a 9 of clubs or Jack of spades on Q of Diamonds.  You can also move multiple cards at a time if they are already in descending order of alternating colors. In addition to using cards from the Tableaus, you can also play cards out of the Stock/Deck.  You can choose (in settings) if you would like to pull 3 cards or 1 card at a time from the Stock. When a Tableau column is completely empty, the available space can be filled with a King. As they become available, cards from Ace to King can be moved from the Stock or the Tableaus to the Foundations.

We are here to help:

---You will learn quickly we promise! If you get stuck, tap on any card and the app will automatically make a valid move if one exists.