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
-Right or left handed play
-Auto-save, so you never lose your progress
How to Win:
---Move all 52 cards up to the four foundations in sequential order, Ace to King, for each suit
---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.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
First of all, I have a lot of Solitaire games. This one, strange as this may sound, I like because the game goes slow. I’m not getting younger & by it going slow, it gives me time to make the decision of where to place the card. I have always like the “Replay” option because sometimes you can win this way but not all games are winnable, unless you have a Solitaire game that says the game is winnable. Slow & Simple...Perfect!
On the surface this APPEARS to be a simple and wonderful Solitaire app. However, there is the smallest part of me that is sensing a more malicious intent. Call it living in a capitalist dystopia where free lunch has never existed, or just general paranoia for having too much of a good thing... but I feel liked I worked too hard for my first win after playing a couple of failed games (and I consider myself an above average player). Then after winning my first game (after 3 attempts), the app suddenly asks me for a review.. just as I would be experiencing the endorphin high from winning. That same part of me is telling me that I probably will never win again, considering how easy it is to set up an unwindable game in Solitaire, and how wonderfully evil it would be to have a top rated app that no one can win. So, you have my vote for now, developer, but just know I’ll be keeping my eye on you.
I was super excited when I first saw this game, I love playing solitaire and consider myself average at playing, but THIS GAME IS IMPOSSIBLE TO WIN!! I am really frustrated, I start playing and get to a certain point where I can’t do anything. I think ok I must of done something wrong, no biggie, I try the level again. Do it a little differently this time but get stuck in about the same spot, I try this level a few more times with the same outcome, I finally decide it must be an unsolvable game or I’m not good at it. So I try a completely new game and the same exact thing happens that happened with the last. At that point I’m frustrated, solitaire is not supposed to be a stressful game, and now that I’m thinking back on it I’m wondering why I wasted my time even getting angry over it.
I try playing different games but I get the same outcome every time.
I wish they had playable levels and maybe it would be nice if we could chose the difficulty of the game.
- Staple Games, LLC
- 48.9 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- © Staple Games, LLC
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.