Spider+ is the #1 classic Spider Solitaire you know and love for your Mac.

We have stayed true to the spirit of Spider Solitaire, and carefully designed a fresh modern look, woven into the wonderful classic feel that everyone loves. In Spider Solitaire, your goal is to build stacks of cards of the same suit from King to Ace.

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. You can either play the easy 1-suit games, or if you feel up-to the challenge, try your luck with 2-suit, 4-suit, or even Spiderette game modes.

If you enjoy adding a personal touch to your game, customize the backdrop and card backs with photos from your own photo library for unlimited personalization possibilities.

Spider Solitaire by Brainium is the most fun, beautiful, and user-friendly Spider Solitaire you’ve ever played before.

● 1-Suit games (Easy)
● 2-Suit games (Medium)
● 4-Suit games (Hard)
● Spiderette (played with 1 deck instead of 2)
● Smart resizable game view (including full screen)
● Crisp, beautiful, and easy to read cards
● Efficient, fast, and sensible game interface
● Single click to place a card or drag and drop
● Standard Spider Solitaire rules and scoring
● Interruption friendly with auto-save and resume
● Smart hints show potentially useful moves
● Custom backdrops & cards from your photos
● Timer, moves, and statistics
● Unlimited undos
● Auto complete option to finish a solved game

We hope you enjoy Spider Solitaire by Brainium, and contact our Five Star support if you have any questions :)

What’s New

Version 1.1.2

Based on popular demand further reduce OS X version requirements to 10.11

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
500 Ratings

500 Ratings

cwstrgzr ,


It took me awhile to adapt to the new look. I was uncomfortable but that passed. I like spider but this version doesn’t track my run of losses and wins and I miss that. Also, sometimes I have difficulty placing a card where I want it, for instance it may go to another viable location and I cannot correct it. Each time you move a card it used to how in the number of moves you made and helped you evaluate your own performance. It doesn’t do that anymore and I miss it. But, since I sometimes have to attempt a move several times in order to get the card to go where I want it to, the absence of that score factor may be working in my favor. The convenience of clicking a card and having it automatically move is great, as long as there is only one viable option. Overall, I thoroughly enjoy the game and I miss some of the elements of a previous version and enjoy a couple of the elements of this new version.

Macaroni555 ,

Some issues with this version

Running this on OS/X 10.8.3.

Autocomplete blows up every time.

When there are 2 choices of destinations for moving a card from one pile to another, tapping on the card will move it to one of the destination choices, and tapping on it again will move it back to the original pile, while ignoring the second destination choice. Continuing to tap on the card will move it back to the first destination choice, and the game will never move it to the second destination choice. This inflates the move count unnecessarily. It is possible to manually move the card to the second destination choice, but that defeats the purpose of the automatic move.

When a game is restarted, the move count isn't reset to zero.

It would be nice to have the ability to tap on a card, and then tap on a destination pile to move it to, and not have the game move the card automatically to a pile of its own chosing, which is often not the best pile.

Otherwise, this is a good implementation of the game, and is pretty close to the Windows version.

Ceridwen95 ,

Somewhat frustrating …!

The game is okay. My main issue is that the cards do not seem to lock in place easily/quickly. I’ll drag a set to a slot and often it will go back to where it came from even thought it is the right move. Sometimes it can take a few tries to get them to lock in place. If your collum is long, you might as well just click on the card and hope it moves to where you wanted it to be, otherwise you’ll be there for a long time. If you’re trying to beat your time score, it gets annoying. It would be nice if the deck was in the lower right or left corner. It would provide more room for the collums. I like the spider solitaire on my iphone much better. It’s fast pace and the colums lock in place easily.


Brainium Studios LLC
36.4 MB

OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor



Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2012 Brainium Studios


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