Classic Solitaire is a card game in which you must sort cards. You slide cards across columns in an attempt to sort them into four piles, each divided by suit.
You must first create the tableau, which consists of seven piles (play the escape game). Face-up cards can be transferred from one pile to another as long as they form a sequence. For example, you could already have a face-up card with the numbers 6, 7, and 8 on it. The 8 cards may be placed beneath the 7 cards, and then these two cards can be placed beneath the 6 cards.
It is the sequence that is important here, not the suit. Once the Ace has been discovered, it should be put on one of the foundation piles. If you obtain a 2 face-up of the same suit as the Ace, you must move it to the foundation pile and so on until the sequence is finished. If you don't have any other options, you can utilize the stockpile to face the cards up. Rep these stages until you've used up all of your movements or the foundation pile is complete.
This game has two game modes: