Play Spider in style on your iPad with a fantastic user interface, beautiful graphics and subtle sound effects. Show off how good your iPad can look!
Drag, tap, or for the most fun, give cards a shove to send them on their way.
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If you love Klondike solitaire check out Eric Snider's Solitaire: Klondike for iPad (and iPhone).
Written by the same Eric that developed the Eric's Solitaire Sample and Eric's Ultimate Solitaire for Mac OS. You can drag and drop or tap cards to move them. You can even throw the cards with a shove! Supports portrait and landscape orientations and has a fantastic user interface.
Spider is one of the most popular variations of solitaire. It's Eric's favorite as it offers lots of room for skill. This version is strictly for iPad.
Your game is saved when you quit or get a call and is quickly restored when you return.
- Four Spider variations -- 1-suit, 2-suit, 4-suit (traditional) and Spiderette
- Subtle sound effects so you can enjoy your music
- Drag and drop cards or throw them!
- Playable cards wiggle or glow -- turn off for a bigger challenge
- Unlimited Undo
- Portrait and Landscape support
- Game state saved when interrupted
- Detailed Statistics
- Beautiful art, cool particle effects and a fun user-interface
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Bug fixes and small stuff!
If you have Mac OS X then please try Eric's All-in-1 Solitaire :)
p.s. Email your problems, questions and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Eric Snider’s Solitaire
I use the single deck Spider Solitaire. I love Eric’s implementation. The graphics are colorful and detailed. I like the hints. Both the glow and wiggle. The animation is usually smooth. There are occasions when a card will get “stuck” at the peak of the animation. It will freeze on screen at it’s largest size. This started over a year ago and has stayed in every version since. I have to tap somewhere else on the screen for the card to go back to its normal size. This should be fixed. It happens on any version of iPad and also on iPhone 6 and 8.
I've been playing Spider ever since the game came out. It is still my favorite game. I have played over 36,699 games. My grandkids reseat one of my I pads and I was in the 10's of thousands. Grandmother was not a happy camper. They now know if they touch a game when there is an X jiggling the game disappears. Thanks for inventing this game.
Distracting challenging at the end d a long day!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.