FreeCell is a solitaire card game where you can arrange the cards inside the game with the same suit. Try to move them all into the foundation cells.
The goal of the game is to move all of the cards into the foundation. The free cells on the left are termed free cells, while the fields on the right are called foundation.
FreeCell is a game of luck and strategy. The luck is determined by the cards stacked on the board; the strategy is determined by how you calculate many steps ahead to win the deal.
Start the games with eight columns of cards, all 52 of them, with seven cards in the first four columns and six in the other four.
All of the deck's cards are shuffled into the eight columns on the board, and you'll have to move them about to get them all into their foundations in the correct sequence.
This arrangement is called the tableau. From there, move the cards to the foundations. Each of the four card suits, Spades, Hearts, Diamonds, and Clubs, has its basis.
Stack the cards in order from Ace to King. The free cells serve as temporary holders, allowing you to move a card out of the way by placing it in the tableau column.
Freecell Solitaire was built by Paul Alfille in 1978. Since 1995, Microsoft has included Freecell Solitaire in every version of Windows, helping to substantially boost the card game's worldwide popularity.