Play the classic solitaire game of Free Cell on macOS and trace the game's history with two lesser known forerunners: Baker's Game and Napoleon at St Helena. Featuring in-game AI, instructions and detailed retina graphics, four games from the full Solitaire Whizz compendium available on the Mac and iOS app stores:
- Free Cell (the "Classic" variant)
- Baker's Game (a forerunner described by Martin Gardener in 1968)
- Hard Cell (a variant of the "classic" version)
- Napoleon at St Helena (a Swedish variant described by Einar Werner in 1945)
If you enjoy these games, please consider trying the full Solitaire Whizz compendium featuring over 30 different solitaire variants.
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Awful, Awful, Awful.
This game is not a fun game. Hard to do anything. It take multiple clicks just to move a card to a stack. Too much glitzy slow motion for no good purpose. The game feels like it was designed 30 years ago. I deleted it after playing it once, and no idea how I was even able to finish that game.
Don’t download — you’ll regret it
Awkward. Hard to do anything. Game is “stupid”, and things are put together backwards from most games. Now I can’t figure out how to dump the thing. Yuck.
I've played Free Cell for three decades. I opened this app and tried to move a free Ace as the first move and it wouldn't budge. I guess I'm not bright enough to know the new rules of this app.
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