Free Spider Solitaire
Spider Solitaire is basically a card game of patience. The good thing about this game is that you don’t need any participants as it is played solo. The game is played with all the cards in one deck and our goal will be to arrange all the 52-cards in a particular sequence. The rules of the game will depend upon which solitaire game you’re playing.
Now that you know a bit about the real-time Solitaire Card Game, let me go ahead and explain to you what is Spider Solitaire.
Spider Solitaire is a famous Solitaire Game
which is played on a computer. The game started gaining popularity when
Microsoft began to offer it’s users a free copy of it along with the
How to Play Spider Solitaire
While choosing a game, you’ll be given the following
1. Option to choose the number of suits (1, 2 or 4)
2. Option to choose between the difficulty levels (starting from
easy to grandmaster or random)
Spider 1 Suit:This game is played with only one
suit instead of 4, usually spades. In this version, you can choose between
three difficulty levels. Easy, Medium,
or Hard. Spider 1 Suit is the easiest of all game types as you don’t
have to take into account the colors or categories while moving the cards. The
game is played with 104 cards, two decks. The goal is to expose all the cards
and arrange them in a sequence so they can be moved to the foundation blocks
below. You’ll need to make 8 runs in total which will have 13 cards each,
starting from King to Ace. Once a sequence or run is completed, it’ll
automatically be moved to the foundation blocks below. When all 13 sequences
are completed and moved to the foundation blocks below, you’ve won the
Spider 2 or 4 Suits:Spider 2 or 4 Suits is a
difficult version of Spider 1 Suit. Most of the rules of the game are similar
to Spider 1 Suit except that you have to take into account the colors and
categories when forming a complete run. Spider 2 Suits is played with 2 suits,
spades, and hearts. While Spider 4 Suits, is played with all 4 suits in a deck.
In general, you’re allowed to move cards under other cards and don’t have to
take into consideration the colors. Like for example, you can move 3 of spades
under 4 of hearts, but a complete run or sequence will only be moved to the
foundation block below when the entire run is of the same color.
Cards in Stock Piles:When you’re no longer in a
position to move the cards, then you can tap the stockpiles in the bottom right
corner to deal new cards.
Finally, I’d say that this is a very difficult game to master and
most players feel that sometimes it can become almost impossible to win a game
especially when playing with 4 suits.