Solitaire is one of the earliest, most popular, and most enduring computer games, and for good reason: it’s loads of fun and easy to learn. Whether you want a quick round or an epic battle, there’s a variant of Solitaire waiting to be discovered. Here are just a few of our own favorite versions...
The classic way to play the classic game, single-style Solitaire is all about one deck. Do you think you can beat the odds and score your victory with a limited set of cards? Let’s find out!
The game that started it all! With so many variations, try going back and reliving the classic!
Klondike takes classic Solitaire and adds a few twists, namely a timer so you have to think quickly if you’re going to win!
A remarkable combination of strategy and simplicity. Nearly all games can be solved, but you only have ten minutes to build all four suits!
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Is single-style Solitaire too simple to satisfy your card-combination craving? Tease your brain and supersize your game by playing with multiple decks! More cards means more flexibility... but it also increases the complexity and challenge!
13 is your lucky number as you build your way up using multiple decks, eliminating two cards at a time.
The object here is to remove all the cards by forming a sequence from King down to Ace in the same suit.
Tri Peaks Solitaire
Eliminate all matched cards across three mountains of cards before time runs out!
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Solitaire, both real-world and digital, offers so many different variations on the basic concept of arranging cards that the mind could boggle trying to think of them all. Try these three wild and whimsical variants as a break from your usual routine... you might even discover a new favorite!
It’s like a jigsaw game made of Kings and Queens, twos and threes, where you must match cards based on the number and suit of their neighbors.
Start with any card, anywhere on the table... but you only have two minutes to clear the entire deck!
This game will addict you, to strategy! Line up all the cards sequentially, using a limited number of blank spaces.
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