FreeCell+ by Brainium is the #1 classic FreeCell you know and love for your Mac.
We have stayed true to the spirit of FreeCell, and carefully designed a fresh modern look, woven into the wonderful classic feel that everyone loves. In FreeCell the goal is to build up the four foundations in ascending suit sequence from Ace to King, with cards of identical suit.
Experience the crisp, clear, and easy to read cards, simple and quick animations, subtle sounds, and a smart resizable game view that looks fantastic on all display sizes.
You can move cards with a single click or drag them to their destination. If you're rusty with the rules of FreeCell, our animated tutorial will show you the rules and get you playing in no time.
If you enjoy adding a personal touch to your game, customize the game backdrop with photos from your own photo library for unlimited personalization possibilities.
FreeCell by Brainium is the most fun, beautiful, and user-friendly FreeCell card game you’ve ever played before.
● Classic FreeCell rules
● Optional Auto-play takes care of obvious moves
● Crisp, beautiful, and easy to read cards
● Smart resizable game view (including full screen)
● Efficient, fast, and sensible game interface
● Single click to place a card or drag and drop
● Interruption friendly with auto-save and resume
● Smart hints show potentially useful moves
● Custom backdrops from your photos
● Timer, moves, and statistics
● Unlimited undos
We hope you enjoy FreeCell by Brainium, and contact our Five Star support if you have any questions :)
- Restore "Show classic suits" option
- Based on popular demand further reduce OS X version requirements to 10.11
Ratings and Reviews
It’s Good, Wish It Kept Better Statistics
The game itself is good. I like the customizable background, and the cards are clean and readable. What it doesn’t have are extensive or particularly meaningful statistics. It would be so much better if it kept track of highest game score, wins without undo, wins using only one cell, two, three. Really, the more statistics kept, the better the game. That goes for all computer or video games, but it’s extremely important for a repetitive game of skill card game such as this. It gives each game more meaning and goals to shoot for. Still it’s good for what it is, but by the very simple addition of keeping more and better statistics, this game could be great.
This version is much better than the original version EXCEPT I with each game were numbered and that a game could be brought up by number. In that way games could be shared between my wife and me. The original version had 32,000 games and one could keep track of progress and know that each game is truly a new game.
My experience wasn’t that great
First of all, it was immediately obvious that this is not a retina compatible app. It looks great in the screenshot, but once you buy it and download it - the pixels are huge. I feel like I’m playing an 8bit version of it.
Second, undo is not hot-keyed to [Command] + [ z ] which means, you have to click the button.
“Autoplay” doesn’t work as expected, and is more annoying than not, and should be turned off to have a normal game.
The “Autocomplete” at the end if also very slow.
You can’t “Find” a card by pressing on it with any key command to reveal all other aces, or press “a” or anything like that to get a heads up of where cards are.
When you’re trying to move a stack, and you don’t have enough freecells to do so, the highlight is kind of weird and not intuative as to how many cards you need to free up to do the opperation.
This is FAR lacking from the original Windows game - and if you spend your $2 it would be a dissapointment. I’m going to email the developer and ask for my money back after playing one game.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.