Top Solitaire Collection
Play the most popular solitaire games at the moment. Choose between Klondike, Spider Solitaire, Freecell Solitaire, Tripeaks, Pyramid, Gaps and many more. You will surely find the card game that will keep you hooked for hours.
Halloween themed tripeaks solitaire card game! This game is a solitary sorting. In sorting solitary persons you have to click cards which have neighboring values of the card of the pile. Example: for a Queen I can click King or a Servant.
Crystal Golf Solitaire
Deceptively simple to play - just click the cards that are one above or below the home card - and try to clear the table before the deck runs out! Jokers are wild cards, and they can be played on any cards, so use them wisely.
Governor of Poker 2
Finally it’s there, Governor of Poker 2! Packed with lots and lots of extra’s! More cities to conquer and tournaments to play. Great new features, challenges and enemies to defeat. Are you ready for a new exciting adventure in the Wild West? Governor of Poker 2 starts where the first game ended, but nothing is what it seems to be.
Try this wildly popular variation on an old favorite. Start out on Easy then work your way up to Medium and Hard to become a real pro.
The classic game of klondike solitaire, or patience. Get all the cards to the foundations.
Play a Klondike game in parallel against a computer opponent. Be the first to remove all cards by moving all your cards to the 8 piles on the right. Start with the Ace in then on suit in ascending order. On the tableau: create stacks in descending order and alternate colors (Red Queen on Black King, etc). You can place only a King on an empty stack. Click the deck on the left to get a new open card. You can play on all 8 piles on the right but on the tableau only on your stacks.
Pyramid Solitaire: Mummy's Curse
Try to clear the pyramids by pairing cards in this spooky version of the popular pyramid solitaire game.
A challenging solitaire game that will make your mouse click and your brain crack. Build the eight foundations from the 104 cards, mixed up in ten piles and one more. Two decks, 104 cards, and YOU. This is going to be something!
Fupa Forty Thieves Solitaire
In this solitaire card game you need to move all the cards to the 8 foundation piles at the upper right corner. The foundation piles must be built in suit from A to K. You can use the tableau piles (the middle 10 piles) to hole the cards temporarily while you build up the cards in the foundation piles. Each time you can only move the top card in a tableau pile, and you can put a card in a tableau pile only if it has the same suit and is 1 point smaller than the top card in the pile. There is a stock card on the top left and you can click the pile and turn a card to the waste pile. You can move the top card from the waste pile to the foundation or tableau piles. When you have used all the stock cards, and you still cannot put all the cards to the foundation, then you lose the game.