FreeCell brings you the fun, challenging, traditional FreeCell gameplay you know and love, with a beautiful, modern design.
Crisp, clear, and easy to read cards, simple and smooth animations, tap or drag controls, and subtle sounds make gameplay a joy in either portrait or landscape orientation. Select from a variety of relaxing backgrounds or upload your own from your photo album for a truly custom experience.
We kept FreeCell true to the spirit of the classic card game: the goal is to build up the four foundations by suit, in ascending order from Ace to King. Nearly all FreeCell deals are solvable, but they require patience, focus, and skill.
Perfect for card game players of all skill levels. Our easy-to-follow animated tutorial will have beginners winning in no time.
FreeCell by Brainium is the most user-friendly, visually stunning, and satisfying FreeCell solitaire you've ever played.
• Classic FreeCell rules
• Portrait or landscape orientation
• Auto-play option speeds up obvious moves
• Crisp, beautiful, and easy to read cards
• Simple, intuitive game interface
• Single tap to place a card or drag and drop
• Auto-save and resume
• Smart hints show potentially useful moves
• Customizable backdrop
• Game Statistics to track progress
• Unlimited undos
• Fun and challenging achievements
• Auto Light and Dark Mode
• Show/Hide the battery and time status bar
• iPhone and iPad support
More Fun and Free Card and Logic Games from Brainium:
• Solitaire (Classic Patience or Klondike Format)
• Spider Solitaire (Classic Spider and Spiderette)
• Pyramid Solitaire
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We'd like to thank our players, you make our games possible!
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- Bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Great app 2 reviews......both 5 stars
I have a few FreeCell games on my devices. This one is by far the best. It works flawlessly. No ads, just playing the game. Great extras on the menus. Keeps track of moves and time spent playing the game. As others have said, giving the games numbers would be nice. I have used this well over 2 years now. Not one glitch.
This review is about the paid version of the game (see below for a few comments about the ad-supported version).
The design of this game is very clean and nice. I'm hard-pressed to say exactly why, but I've tried several versions of freecell and this one is easiest to use... You can for instance move cards around with a minimum of actions (drags and clicks).
I have one complaint which is why 4 stars not 5. The autocomplete is too eager to move cards to the completed pile rather than to a position on one of the active card stacks. It does this in spite of the fact that placing on the stack is clearly the better choice. As a result I often have to undo the autocomplete and then drag the card to where I want it. In all other cases when autocomplete has to make a decision regarding more that one possible move it makes a good choice. I just wish it would default to the active stack rather than the complete pile.
The ad version is far less nice than the paid version. In the ad version card movements are often jerky and delayed. I presume cause of background work gathering ads. Also, having played the ad version for a long time and recently switched, I have the feeling that the ad version was using much more battery.
In short I highly recommend this game, and strongly suggest you get the paid version of you spend a lot of time on freecell.
Developer Response ,
Hi Gfdruijnbczsgju, Thank you so much for your feedback and for enjoying our games! We have passed your notes along to the development team, but in the meantime, wanted to suggest the option to turn off Auto-complete if it doesn't serve you. You can do this by going into your Menu>Options and turning off the option :)
Brainium won, I bought the ad-free version
And all it took was almost a month of being smacked with ads for Boppy pillows and some cartoon figure looking at a positive pregnancy test. When you haven’t been able to have kids (the first person who says “just adopt” will get a pop on the nose), these kinds of ads showing up over and over and over don’t help the sadness. So I bought the ad-free version to escape them. I’m never going to be buying those products, and I suspect they’ve been targeted to me only because of my gender. After all, aren’t all women also moms by default and interested in that kind of stuff? (We aren’t.) I don’t care how well the ad-free version of the game works, so long as I don’t have to be reminded of my loss by those awful ads.
Developer Response ,
Hey Ruby, thank you for your review, we sincerely apologize for any distress the ads caused. It is never our intention to show offensive material and we are saddened to hear these ads impacted you in a negative way. If it helps to know, the Lily's Garden ads have been blocked from our games. We hope you are enjoying the ad free version, and are open to any feedback you may have about where we could improve. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- 150.7 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
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- © Brainium Studios 2012-2022
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