Freecell Solitaire Blue

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About Freecell Solitaire Blue

Freecell Solitaire Blue is a variation of the classic Solitaire card game available as a mobile app developed by MobilityWare. It is a popular version of Freecell Solitaire known for its smooth gameplay and appealing design.

Freecell Solitaire Blue brings you one of the most popular ways of playing Solitaire. Freecell Solitaire Blue is unique in that no hand is too hard to win, and the 52-card deck is split into eight piles early in the game. Good luck!

Freecell Solitaire Blue offers various features and customization options, such as different card faces and backgrounds, statistics tracking, and the ability to play random or specific numbered deals. It aims to provide an enjoyable and challenging solitaire experience for players of all skill levels.

Game rules

Here's a detailed explanation of how Freecell Solitaire Blue is played:

  • Objective: The goal of Freecell Solitaire is to move all the cards to the foundation piles, sorted by suit and in ascending order from Ace to King.

  • Card Layout: At the beginning of the game, 52 cards are dealt face-up into eight columns. The first four columns contain seven cards each, and the remaining four columns have six cards each. There are also four foundation piles and four free cells.

  • Foundation Piles: The foundation piles are located in the upper-right corner of the screen. They start off empty and you need to build them up from Ace to King, with each bank representing a different suit (hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades).

  • Freecells: The four free cells, usually located in the upper-left corner, are spaces where you can temporarily store cards during the game. Each freecell can hold only one card at a time.

  • Gameplay: The game proceeds as you try to move cards and build sequences. The following rules apply:

    • You can move any exposed card from the tableau to an empty freecell or another tableau column.
    • You can move a card from a tableau column to another tableau column if the target column is one rank higher and the opposite color (e.g., a red 6 can be placed on top of a black 7).
    • A sequence of cards can be moved as a unit if there are enough empty freecells or tableau columns to allow the move.
    • You can move cards from the freecells or foundation piles back to the tableau or build on existing sequences.
    • If a tableau column becomes empty, any card or valid sequence can be placed in that column.
  • Hint and Undo: Freecell Solitaire Blue provides hints to assist you in finding possible moves. You can also undo your moves if you make a mistake or want to explore different strategies.

  • Winning the Game: The game is won when all cards are moved to the foundation piles, with each pile containing a complete suit in ascending order from Ace to King.


  • Smooth Gameplay
  • Customizable Themes
  • Multiple Game Modes
  • Hints and Undo
  • Statistics and Tracking

How to play

Using Mouse

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