From the creator of Sage Solitaire, comes a new Solitaire variant that breaks all the rules!

100% of deals are solvable!

Like its footwear namesake — Flipflop Solitaire is unrestrictive, creating a new game for fans of spider, klondike and other traditional Solitaires.

In Flipflop you can stack down, up, or even both ways on a single stack!
Need to stack an 8 on a 7, or a club on a spade? No problem!

- but -

Be careful, you can only move a stack of a single suit!
It's fun and freeing, but still challenging and captivating.

It's Flipflops for your brain.


"I'm in love with it already"..."Once you start, it's hard to stop playing."
- App Advice

"Truly special" — Game of the Week
- Touch Arcade

"Surprisingly absolutely brilliant"
- Cult of Mac

"A perfect diversion with just the right amount of challenge, delight, and depth to make it a must-have iOS game."
- Mac Stories

"A Breath of Fresh Air"
- Gamezebo


- Play Flipflop Solitaire from 1-4 suits for free!
- Unlock 5 Suit, and 1 Suit Extended with a single in-app-purchase of $2.99
- Track your best times, least moves, least undos, total wins, total plays, and more
- Unlock over 1000 numbered deals for 1-5 suits via in-app-purchase
- Over a hundred achievements
- Unlockable backgrounds, alternate card and card back color schemes
- Natural ambient binaural background audio
- A strong sense of relaxation


Flipflop Solitaire is sort of a sequel to Sage Solitaire in the sense that it's my second crack at the design problem of making a Solitaire game that feels like it was designed for your phone and not for a table.

To be honest this is how I wish everyone approached sequels. Usually a sequel takes the solution to a problem and duplicates it. This is why our expectations of game sequels are often more-of-the-same-but-better. I'd rather see more sequels that brought a renewed level of surprise and novelty, and I'm hoping that's what you find in Flipflop Solitaire.

While Sage was all about trying to capture the feeling of a tight, easy to play, tough to win, zen solitaire game, Flipflop is about knots.

In a typical Solitaire game, like Klondike, you're taking a knot of cards and untying it into sequences. Then you reverse those sequences into clean ordered stacks.

In Flipflop you take your knot of cards and tie it into other, hopefully better knots. Then you untie those knots into the final ordered stacks. Having so much control over the way your intermediary knots are constructed led to a lot more depth than I expected.

I hope you enjoy this game as much as I've enjoyed discovering it.


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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
639 Ratings

639 Ratings

Netlawyer ,

Will buy anything from Zack Gage but...

Every game needs a menu button to access to a tutorial. Whether it’s been a minute since I played (and I can’t remember the rules - which honestly happens more often than not since Zack’s games bend the rules) or I want to show them to someone else -

Everyone of Zack’s awesome games should let you run through the tutorial at any time. Maybe that’s already the case but I missed it - but I’m trying to play right now and it’s been a couple of weeks and I don’t remember the rules and cannot find a way to replay the tutorial.

So that is literally my only complaint - you want people to play in a new way? Create and amazing tutorial? Let people access the tutorial when they come back to the game.

rokngeodude ,

Fun game but ads are terrible

After a few trial plays, I really enjoy this game. It has good replay value. It’s not very complicated, and I usually play about 20-30 minutes a day. The games little counter says I’ve played about 2,000 times.

But $3 is a little steep with $1 being the norm for these type games. So I’ve just been suffering through the ads...until now. I have my phone silenced 99% of the time. Now if I play in bed even without an audiobook or music going the ads blare sound and (in typical ad fashion) they’re loud and obnoxious. To really twist the knife it used to be an ad after every five consecutive plays. Now that number has gotten shorter to every two or three plays.

I understand the creators wanting to make money, that pays their bills. But I won’t play if the advertising comes after every two minute game session. And I will never pay more than $1 for a card game app. So either lighten up on the ads and make less but still steady amount of ad revenue, or lose it all together.

Mommadoodle ,

Games are not random!

Somewhere the developer says that almost all of the games are winnable. I have played this game a TON and found about six that I can’t beat so far, that includes four and five suit. It’s not easy, but that’s why it’s fun. I just start over and try a different route. Levels are tough! They have been thoughtfully created to challenge! Imagine what it takes to create things. If you have created anything to sell or are a small business owner, you would understand 3$ for a great game and ads placed where they are. Creators love to create but we have to eat...creating anything is not charity work. It’s a job. 3$ is a tip for a job well done on something you enjoy while waiting at the DMV or whatever.
Awesome game! I’d buy it again! ☺️

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