BG Free Cell Solitaire
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Freecell Solitare is the most commonly known solitare game and the one which has come as standard with the Windows operating system for nearly 20 years after being originally created by a mathematician in 1968 from a varient of an even older game that might date back to the time of Napoleon. As with most solitare games, the objective in Freecell is to arrange cards in columns from a random deal, in Freecell these columns must rank downwards in alternating colours of red and black. In frecell however, the columns ar arranged in 7 by six spread with an empty space, foundation piles at the top of each column and the ability to move any card around to an empty column or the foundation. This makes for a game which is always solvable however the cards fall.
BG freecell was spoonbill's first Solitare title, and established many of the standards used in keyboard commands and reviewing of the board that would become well known in their later games. As with all Spoonbill titles, Freecell uses Microsoft Sapi to output speech, and has magnification options for vision impared players. it's even able to play midi format music during the game. Also like other BG titles, it's completely free.
Send your request for BG Free Cell Solitaire 1.1 to Ian Humphreys, together with your full name and country of residence at: [email protected] to receive a free copy.
Updates: entry 25 Jan 17 and description 25 Jan 17