This is a 4-level Freecell Solitaire game. Move the cards around the tableau until you can rearrange them according to their suits in the ascending order on the home cells. You have 10 minutes to finish the game.
The number of cards you can move at once is based on how many empty free cells you have, plus 1.
Gain bonus points for every second you have to spare after finishing.
Each level give you one less free cell. The last level gives you only one.
In this game you do *NOT* need to alternate suite colors on the tableau.
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Stronghold Freecell Solitaire Cards Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Move the cards on the tableau and the free cells until you can move them in the proper order on the home cells.
Starting the Game
On the welcome screen, select Play to begin.
Select Help to learn how to play.
Select High Scores to view the game’s leaderboard.
Choose a game language from the drop-down list on the bottom left corner.
Your game automatically saves your game progress:
You can choose to start over or pick up in the last level you played.
When you finish or fail any level, you have the option to save your score on the leaderboard.
With your mouse, left click and drag to move the cards around.
Tap on the cards with your fingers and swipe to move them.
Controls and indicators
The game’s controls and indicators are located on the right side of the screen. From the top, these are as follows:
The level number
The control buttons (clockwise from left):
Pause button: Pauses the game
Enlarge button: Lets you switch between full-screen and windowed modes
Speaker button: Lets you turn the game’s music on and off
Music button: As above, but for the game’s music
Undo button: Reverses your last action
Restart: Reshuffles the cards and starts the game from the beginning
Rearrange and move the cards in the tableau until you can move them all in the proper ascending order (from ace to king) in the foundation piles.
Cards in the home cells must be arranged according to their suits (spades, clubs, hearts, and diamonds).
Meet the above goals in under 10 minutes.
You start with the following:
4 suites of cards distributed along 8 tableau piles, with half the stacks having 6 cards and the other half having 7 cards.
All cards on the tableau are dealt face up.
4 empty foundations.
Between 1 to 4 empty free cells (the first level has 4 and each subsequent stage gets harder with 1 fewer free cell).
Within the tableau, in normal games of Freecell Solitaire you can only stack and move the cards in alternating color patterns in descending order (from king to 2).
This game allows you to stack without requiring alternating suit colors.
Use free cells to store cards temporarily until you can move them in the tableau or the foundations.
Aces are automatically placed on the foundations.
Moves and free cells
In most circumstances, you can only move one exposed card at a time.
You can only move this card to either one of three locations:
The free cells
An empty cell on the tableau
A card (of any color) that is valued one higher than it anywhere on the tableau
A card of the same suit that is one lower than its value on a foundation
Through an undo, back to where it previously was
You can move a limited number of stacked cards.
The number of cards you can move depends on the free cells you have plus one.
The maximum number of cards you can move is 5, unless there is also a free column, then the free columns times the free cells are added to the number of free cells.
If you have 3 free cells you could move (3 +1) 4 cards at a time.
If you have 3 free cells and two open columns you can move (3 * 3 + 1) 10 cards at a time.
In each level, you have 3 undos that will help you take back a card you can’t otherwise return.
Try to expose as many of the Aces early in the game as you can.
Try to avoid building long stacks on the tableau with important cards buried under them.
Break long stacks into smaller substacks if you need to do so in order to move cards across.
While you can move any card to an empty column on the tableau, it is best to try to place Kings there whenever possible & to build other longer stacks on the empty columns instead of having cards buried under them.
Try to keep the free cells empty or close to empty most of the time.
As you advance through the game you need to try to be more cautious with your play strategy as you have fewer free cells to work with.
Play vs autoplay
The game autoplays Aces to the foundations. It also autoplays other cards to the foundation if there is a certainty you will not need to use that card to create a color alternating stack on the tableau.
You can also manually lay cards to the foundations to open up other plays, even if the cards could have been used in a run on the tableau.
When cards are laid to the foundations they can not be returned to the tableau or free cells.
The game is divided into 4 levels. You get 10 minutes to beat ach level.
Each level removes a free cell from the game. On the final level, you have only one free cell to work with.
This means that with each level, the number of cards you can move around is limited.
Because of this, we recommend that you keep the free cells empty as long as you can, especially in later levels.
Each card you place on the foundation pile earns you 10 points, for a maximum base score of 520 points.
You also get a bonus of 50 points for every second remaining on the timer.
Most of your score comes from remaining time.
Beating a 10 minute level with only 11 seconds remaining would mean you had 550 points from time.
If you beat a level in 4 minutes you would score an 18,000 point time bonus.
It is easier to earn a higher score on earlier levels since you have more free cells to work with and can be a bit more aggressive in your play style.
Beating the final level with only 1 free cell requires exceptional precision.
The game is suited for players who like Freecell Solitaire card games.
This game does not require you to alternate suit colors on the tableau & offers one less free cell per level. If you would like to play with a specific number of free cells & play where you need to alternate suit colors we offer Freecell, Three Cell, Two Cell, & One Cell.
The game has no adult themed content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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