You can choose the color of the decks and how many you’ll use while you play this version of the classic card game. The only question is whether or not you’ve got the skills you’ll need to beat the clock during each challenging round.
Get ready to dive into this challenging online card game. Everybody loves solitaire and Neptune himself is no exception! Explore his undersea kingdom while you match up the cards in these decks as fast as you can. You’ll need to play quickly though. The clock is ticking!
Can you handle this challenge? Quickly match up all of the cards in the deck before time runs out. Will you make it through each of the rounds featured in this online version of the classic solitaire game?
Can you conquer this exciting online version of the classic card game? You can choose how many suites you’ll play with but you’ll need to keep an eye on the clock. You won’t have much time to match up all of the cards in each round.
Get ready to jump into a web of excitement in this online version of the classic card game. How quickly can you match up all of the cards in each one of these decks? You can play with just one suit if you’d like or more if you’re in the mood for a real challenge.
This traditionally one-player card game has become a favorite method of killing time around the world due to its simple rules and the great mix of luck and strategy that's involved in every round. You probably even had a version automatically installed on your computer when you got it. Well, here you'll find more than just one version. After all, there's tons of different ways to play Solitaire!
The classic game (Klondike) comes in a slew of different themes and settings, like the frontier or an enchanting rainforest. Plus, there are more (and often trickier) versions of the game that have become popular in recent years, such as Spider Solitaire, Free Cell, Crescent, and Tri Tower Solitaire. These games have very different rules so make sure that you read the instructions to help you figure them out!
There's also regional versions, like Algerian Patience, which offer two-player versions of the usually solo games. You can even try dueling it out in classics like Klondike or Spider Solitaire. There are dozens of ways to play cards for one (or, yes, sometimes two as well). Check back regularly for all of the new free titles that are added regularly!