|App Name||Spider Solitaire|
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What is Spider Solitaire?
Spider Solitaire is one of the youngest versions of the solitaire card game. It is believed that it was created around 1949. It got its name because the game’s goal is to move all the cards into eight foundations – similar to the number of legs of an actual spider.
There are three levels of difficulty in Spider Solitaire. The most accessible version is played with only one suit. The intermediate version is played with two suits and is the most popular among the three. The most challenging version is composed of four different suits and is suited for advanced players looking for a challenge.
Spider Solitaire 1 Suit – This is the easiest version of the game and is meant for novice players or players who are just looking for an easy game. It uses a single suit which is usually hearts. It has a 60% winning ratio.
Spider Solitaire 2 Suits – This version is for intermediate players, and 2 Suits are in play (usually hearts and spades). We recommend playing this version a couple of times before jumping into the most challenging version. Intermediate players can expect to win about 20% of the games on this level.
Spider Solitaire 4 Suits – This is the most challenging version to beat because it uses all four suits of a standard deck of cards, making it very difficult to arrange the cards properly without a lot of planning. The average ratio of winning in this game is just 8% for the common player, even though very experienced players can beat about 80-90% of the games.
The game rules are simple: Your goal is to uncover all the cards in the game’s board and arrange all cards of the same suit in descending order.
An ordered set of cards are with the King at the top and an Ace at the bottom. Once you have completed a pile, the cards will be automatically removed from the board and moved to a free foundation so that you can concentrate on the remaining unarranged cards.
Once you exhausted all possible moves, you can tap the stock (the pile of face-down cards at the top) to send ten more cards into the game. The stock contains a total of 50 cards.
You will win the game once you arrange all the cards appropriately and send them to the foundations.
Random and Solvable games.
Daily Challenges for competitive gameplay.
Customizable and easy-to-use interface.
Tap or drag and drop the cards for intuitive gameplay.
Unlimited undo – because we all make mistakes, even while having fun.
Three levels of difficulty: one suit (Easy), two suits (Medium), and four suits (Hard).
Achievements and statistics.
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