Tuesday, June 2, 2020

How to play Rouge et Noir Solitaire with Free Spider Solitaire 7.0

Did you know that there are dozens of different Spider variations?

One of them is "Rouge et Noir", a solitaire game of French origin.

The object of the game is to send all the cards to the Foundations:
๐Ÿ‘‰For the first four foundations (left): build up in color (red on red, black on black regardless of suit) from Ace to King. For example, a 2♥ can be played on an Ace♥ or on an Ace♦. 

๐Ÿ‘‰For the last four foundations (right): build in the tableau four sequences of thirteen cards in alternating colors from King to Ace. When a King suite is completed, it is automatically removed from the tableau to these piles.
๐Ÿ‘‰On the tableau, you can build down in alternating colors. For example, a 10♠ can be played on a Jack♥♦. 
๐Ÿ‘‰The top card of each column is available for play to the foundations or to another tableau column. 
๐Ÿ‘‰A packed sequence, or any portion of it, may be moved to another tableau column. 
Spaces can be filled only with a King or a King–sequence. 

๐Ÿ’กThis Spider variation takes about 10 minutes to be played, and it is challenging! You have a chance of winning only 1 out of every 50 games you play and needs skill, not only luck! ✌

๐Ÿ’ก It is often better to leave the cards on the tableau rather than building them on the foundations. This will enable face down cards to be released on the layout.

Get the latest version of Free Spider Solitaire and enjoy playing this challenging game!  

Friday, May 15, 2020

How to play the NEW "Long Beach" solitaire with SolSuite 20.5!

In the latest SolSuite 20.5 release, two new and original solitaire games have been added.

One of them is "Long Beach", a Two-Deck solitaires type game.

The object of the game is to place all the cards to the Foundations:
- "Ace" foundations: Build up, in any suit but its own, from Ace to King. For example, a 2♥ can only be played on an Ace♣♦

- "King" foundations: Build down, in any suit but its own, from King to Ace. For example, a Queen♠ can only be played on a King♥♣♦

On the tableau, you have four piles on the left side of the screen and four on the right side of the screen.
The tableau rules are:
- In the first four columns, build down in any suit but its own. For example, a 5♠ can only be played on a 6♥♣♦. 
- In the last four columns, build up in any suit but its own. For example, a 10♦ can be only played on a 9♠♥♣. 
- The top card of each column is available for play to another tableau column or to the foundations. 
- A packed sequence, or any portion of it, may be moved to another tableau column. 

- Spaces may be filled with any available card or packed sequence.

Cards from the stock pile can be dealt one at a time to the waste pile, and then played to the tableau or to the foundations.

You have to be aware that you might arrive at the end of the game and find that, for example, you have a King♠ to be placed on a Queen♠.

Fortunately, cards can be played to the Foundations back to the Tableau piles, so to end the game.

Hope you enjoy this new solitaire! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

SolSuite 20.5 can be download by clicking HERE

Sunday, April 12, 2020

SolSuite 2020's NEW v20.4 is Now Available for Download!

SolSuite 2020 v20.4 has just been released, and includes two original solitaire games. One of them is called "Endeavor" and it's a Fan solitaires type.
This game is played with two sets of cards. All the Aces are removed from the pack and place on the Foundations, which will be built up in suit from Ace to King.
The rest of the pack will be dealt in thirty-two fans of three cards each.
On the tableau:
- Cards will be built down in suit. For example, a 10♣ can only be played on a Jack♣.
- The top card of each fan is available for play to another tableau fan or to the foundations. 
- Only one card at a time can be moved. 

- Spaces can't be filled. 
Strategy and Tactics ๐Ÿ’ก
๐Ÿ‘‰Don't play an exposed card to a fan containing a lower card of the same suit. This blocks the game. 
๐Ÿ‘‰Locate all fans containing two or more cards of the same suit. Plan to release these cards first. 
๐Ÿ‘‰Building up on the layout should be considered a temporary measure. Such builds will need to be reversed in order to play the cards to the foundations.

Game Info ๐Ÿ“Œ
⌚Game time: Long; More than 10 minutes 
๐Ÿ‘‰Difficulty level: Medium 
๐Ÿ’ชSkill level: Mostly skill 
๐Ÿ†Chance of winning: Medium; about 1 in 8; 12.5% 

Get SolSuite 2020 today by clicking HERE!

Friday, March 13, 2020

Challenge yourself with the 2 New original Solitaire Games included in t...

Challenge yourself with the 2 New original Solitaire Games included in the latest SolSuite v20.3!

Intensity is an Original solitaire invented and released by TreeCardGames, author of SolSuite, in March 2020

⌚ Game time: Medium; 5-10 minutes 
๐Ÿ’ชDifficulty level: Medium
๐ŸŽฒSkill level: Mostly skill
๐Ÿ†Chance of winning: High; about 1 in 3; 33.3%

Monday, February 17, 2020

SolSuite 20.2 (February 2020) includes a new and original solitaire...

One of the most popular solitaire card games is "Royal Rendezvous", a game of Austrian origin and also called "Royal Appointment".

"Queens and Kings" is an original solitaire card game developed by TreeCardGames, similar to "Royal Rendezvous"

The main characteristics of "Queens and Kings" are:
⌚ Game time: Medium; 5-10 minutes 
๐Ÿ’ชDifficulty level: Easy 
๐ŸŽฒSkill level: Mostly chance
๐Ÿ†Chance of winning: High; about 1 in 3; 33.3%

"Queens and Kings" has been added to SolSuite 2020 on February 2020, together with "Royal Puzzle" (another original game) and you can get these two ๐Ÿ†• games now by clicking HERE! ๐Ÿ‘ˆ๐Ÿ‘ˆ๐Ÿ‘ˆ

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Mahjong Suite 2020 v17.0 has been released!

A new year has started and a new MahJong Suite version has been released!

This new version of MahJong Suite includes 5 new layouts: 2020 (of course ๐Ÿ˜‰), Mouse, Paperclip, Pine Trees and Trunk.
It also includes 2 new graphic Themes, which will make your gaming experience more exciting! (A theme is a set of graphic elements consisting in a background and a tile set. Several beautiful themes are included in MahJong Suite)

Now that you are here, we would like to remind you the main features of MahJong Suite:
๐Ÿ€„ Dozens of beautiful backgrounds!
๐Ÿ€„ More than 200 different layouts!
๐Ÿ€„ More than 200 different layouts!
๐Ÿ€„ 47 beautiful tile sets!43 beautiful tile sets!
๐Ÿ€„ 50 beautiful tile sets!
๐Ÿ€„ Many Themes to chose from!
๐Ÿ€„ Lots of advanced features, options and statistics!

MahJong Suite has a unique scoring system that considers both the tile values and the move multiplication factor. You won't only have to play against time. You can achieve higher scores as well.

A unique built-in layout editor lets you change the layout of any game or create your own layouts:

MahJong Suite built-in layout editor

Download the latest MahJong Suite version by clicking here! ๐Ÿ‘ˆ๐Ÿ‘ˆ

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Canfield Solitaire

Today we're talking about Canfield Solitaire, which is a game of American origin also known as Demon, Devil's Own, Fascination, Pounce, Racing Demon, Thirteen.

According to legend, Canfield solitaire was invented in the 1890s by Richard A. Canfield, an American gambler and a casino owner in upstate New York, who created this game to play in casino.

Canfield Easy is a variation of the original game: the rules are the same, except that cards are dealt from the stock one at a time, instead of in packets of three.
This makes Canfield Easy much more easier to win in comparison with Canfield.

Canfield Easy Info:
Game time Medium; 5-10 minutes 
Difficulty level Easy 
Skill level Mostly chance 
Chance of winning High; about 1 in 3; 33.3% 

Canfield Easy is included in the latest version of SolSuite Solitaire 2020, which also includes a variation of the solitaire Beleaguered Castle.

๐Ÿ™Œ The new SolSuite 2020 includes a new feature that makes playing SolSuite even more challenging and entertaining: Solitaire of the Day

This feature will allow you to play a different and unique solitaire game for each day of the year.

If you select any day in the Calendar, SolSuite will propose you to play a unique solitaire for that day. In the right area you will find a preview of the selected solitaire and the "Help" button to quickly access its rules.

You can scroll the Calendar forward and backwards by clicking on the direction arrows to the right and left of the month.

To use the "Solitaire of the Day"

On the Game tab, click Solitaire of the Day; 
In the Calendar, select the day you want to play. 
In the Calendar, a green square will indicate if the solitaire has already been played and won at least once. A red square will indicate a solitaire that has been played and not yet won ๐Ÿ‘‡

You can play a solitaire as many times as you want.

Get the latest SolSuite Solitaire 2020 HERE! ๐Ÿ‘ˆ๐Ÿ‘ˆ