FreeCell is undoubtedly one of the most amusing mini-games of Windows, which has been popular with office workers. Now you can also play it on iPad. FreeCell has 1,000,000 turns. "Although it has never been testified, you must believe that all turns can be finally completed," said Jim Horne, the creator of FreeCell.
1. Full copy of computer version
2. Easy operation
3. Pk with global players
Respectively create a pile of cards in the four recycling columns, for which each pile has 13 cards in the same suit. The sort order must vary from A to K.
Only a pack of 52 cards is available in FreeCell, with right side up in eight columns. Shift cards from the eight columns to create four piles:
Four "Available Units" on the right, for temporary keeping of cards during shifting.
Four "Recycling Units" on the left, for piling cards to win the game.
Pull cards from the bottom of each column and shift as follows:
From one column to the available unit: only one card can be admitted by each available unit each time.
From one column to another column (or from the available unit to a column): cards must be arranged in descending order, alternate with red and black suits.
From one column to the recycling unit: each pile of cards must be in the same suit and start with A.