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Starting Your Game

Our Classic Solitaire game automatically deals your cards to the tableau.

If you do not like a particular deal or are stuck on a game you can click the new button near the top center of the screen to deal another hand.

The game is timed, however the timer does not start until after you move your first card.

Your gameplay stats include your win loss ratio. If you get a new deal you do not like you can click on the new button to deal again without impacting your stats.

Game Features

If you make a particular move you dislike click the undo button.

The top right corner of the game shows your current score. Left of the undo button is the time played on the hand.

This game has a menu available via a hamburger menu button in the upper left corner.

This menu offers the following features: restart new game, turn sound on or off, switch between turn 3 & turn 1 play, and your overall play statistics.

Clicking on the statistics button reveals how many games you played, how many games you won, what your win percentage is, the shortest game time to win, the longest game time to win, your high score, and your lowest score. You can also reset the game at any time.

This game allows you to shuffle through the reserve pile an unlimited number of times. If you wanted to limit yourself to a set number of passes you can, just remember what pass number you are on.

Your gameplay statistics are stored in your web browser. Our website does not track your play in any way whatsoever.

In fact, this game is a progressive web app which will even work offline.

Game Design / How to Set Up Solitaire

There are hundreds of unique types of Solitaire, though if people refer to the word without any modifier or qualifier they typically mean the game which is also called Klondike Solitaire in the United States or Patience in the UK. The playing field is organized with 7 columns on the Tableau. The first having only one card and the rest having progressively one more card in each column until the seventh and final column has 7. This means 28 of the 52 cards are on the Tableau and the other 24 cards are left in the reserve or stock pile.

A picture of the game layout (which was created from our above game) is shown.

How to Set Up Classic Solitaire.

Game Scoring

  • play card from tableau or waste pile to foundation +10 points
  • play card from waste pile to the tableau +5 points
  • expose card on tableau +5 points
  • remove card from foundation back to tableau -15 points
  • every ten seconds -2 points

Note that this game penalizes removal of a card from the foundation if you physically remove the card, however your score remains unaffected (other than time!) if you instead use the undo button.

Switching Between Turn 3 and Turn 1

Deal 1 vs Deal 3

Playing in turn 3 mode is significantly harder than playing in turn 1 mode, as you only get a chance to lay 1 in 3 cards on each shuffle through the reserve. Turn 3 is considered the standard form of the game.

In turn 1 when all cards on the tableau are face up the game autocompletes since there is nothing left to do but place the cards across to the foundation. Autocomplete has been turned off in turn 3 mode because how you lay cards to the foundations and use the remaining cards in the reserve impacts if the game is possible to beat.

Sometimes the card you need is in-between the third card shuffle and never ends atop the waste pile.

Switching Play Modes

This game scores turn three and turn one games using the same point system. If you have recordbreaking speed and are stuck late in a turn three game, in the middle of a game you can switch it to turn one to get to that missing card.

Learn the Basics of Solitaire

So, none of your friends are up for a game? No problem! 

Solitaire is an old school, challenging card game of concentration and skill that can be played alone. The most popular form of this game today is Classic Solitaire

In this article, we'll look at: 

  • The History Of Solitaire
  • How To Play Solitaire For Beginners
  • Solitaire Strategy
  • Alternative Names For Solitaire

The History Of Solitaire

Solitaire emerged in the 1700s in northern Europe

In Germany, Sweden, France and Russia there were references in literature to a game called “Patience”, the earliest recorded name for Solitaire. Although English, the word “patience” is of French origin and indicates that the game required a patient temperament in order to play it well. 

By the mid-19th century, Solitaire was popular in French high society, whilst in England, Prince Albert was known to be an enthusiast. The game didn't make its way across the Atlantic to the USA until 1870 where it became known as Solitaire

Solitaire grew in popularity amongst card players of all walks of life, but was given an immense boost following the advent of desktop computers. Microsoft Windows, a leading operating system, included a free version of Solitaire in 1990. 

Many work hours were lost to this challenging game. Office workers the world over played the game, no doubt switching surreptitiously between active windows to hide their game playing from supervisors!

Fun fact. As the cards are laid out, you may notice a similarity to the way Fortune Tellers lay out their Tarot cards, revealing hidden secrets with each turn. An early version of Tarot emerged in Italy in the 1425. Solitaire was most likely influenced by fortune telling. 

How To Play Classic Solitaire

The goal of the game is to stack cards into sequences. These sequences are based on suits and rank.  For example, the cards will be stacked K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, A with no mixed suits. 

Sounds easy. 

But…

Beginners often find themselves blocked. 

Let's take a closer look. 

The Classic Solitaire game space consists of these elements: 

  • The draw pile. A deck of 52 cards. These are shuffled into random order. Of course, the computer versions will shuffle the desks for you. 
  • The Foundations. This is a place where piles of cards can be stacked in numerical order. This space is left empty at the start of the game. The beginning foundation card is the Ace of each suit upon which the rest of the cards are stacked, all the way up to the King of that suit. 
  • A Table, or tableau. These are either empty spaces or feature cards that are temporarily stored before being added to a Foundation.

The Table

The Table is formed by seven piles of cards. The piles are built from left to right. 

After the desk has been shuffled, a card is placed face up on the first pile. Next, a card is placed face down on the second pile.  They are then placed face down on each subsequent pile. 

On the next deal,  one card is placed face up on the second pile, followed by five cards face down on the next five piles.

And so on. 

The deal continues until each pile has a single card placed face up.

The object of the game is place all cards, in order, onto the Ace foundations. 

The Foundations

The Foundations are four piles. Each Foundation starts with an Ace, and builds towards a King. In Classic Solitaire, the foundations begin empty.

Arrange these Foundations stacks above the Table stacks. 

Each Foundation will consist of one suit. One foundation for hearts, one for diamonds, one for spades and one for clubs. 

Once a sequence of a suit is complete, it is removed from play. 

The Draw Pile

The draw pile is the pile of remaining cards after all cards are dealt onto the Table. These cards can be drawn and brought into play. 

The Waste Pile

These cards will be laid face up, below the table. This is also known as The Talon.

How To Move Cards

Once the board is set, the aim of the game is to move cards from the Table to the Foundations. 

As you can only begin a Foundation with an Ace, if an Ace is available on the beginning board, they can be moved onto the Foundations.

To move cards, you move lower ranked cards to higher ranked cards but only if the cards are of a different colour. For example, if there is a six of clubs and a five of clubs on different piles on the Table, you cannot move the five card to the six pile because they are the same colour. You can move a five of hearts onto a six of clubs, however. 

Another example of play is if a three of hearts becomes available and a two of hearts is showing on a Foundation pile, you can move the card from the Table to the Foundation stack. 

You're now one step closer to winning the game. 

Drawing Cards

The last way a card can be moved is by using the Draw pile. The top card of the draw pile is unturned over. If the card cannot be played, then it remains in the discard pile. Only the top card of the discard pile can be played. If it can be played, then it is moved onto either a Table or Foundation pile. 

Winning

The goal of Classic Solitaire is to transfer all cards from the Table to the Foundation. The game will end if no moves are possible, or if all cards are cleared.

When one of the seven piles is gone, because all cards have been moved up onto a Foundation, only a King can be moved into the open space. 

The top card of a Foundation pile can be moved back onto a Table space or pile, if necessary. 

If there are no more moves that can be made, then the game is lost. 

Summary 

The rules of Classic Solitaire are:

  • Cards are arranged from left to right, with the bottom-most card of each pile placed face-up.
  • Move cards from the Table to the Foundations, beginning with the Ace of each suit.
  • The draw pile is the source of new cards. Only one card at a time can be drawn. 
  • Cards of a lower consecutive rank can be moved below a card of a higher rank, but only if the cards are of a different colour.
  • The game is over when all cards are cleared or if there are no moves possible.

Here's an example of a Classic Solitaire game being played: 

Scoring 

Time. 

The faster you complete the game, the better your “score”. This isn't important for the single player game as your aim is simply to clear the Table, however if you're playing against others in an online tournament, the fastest time is how the winner is decided. 

Single player computer solitaire games often use a point system like this:

  • play card from tableau or waste pile to foundation +10 points
  • play card from waste pile to the tableau +5 points
  • expose card on tableau +5 points
  • remove card from foundation back to tableau -15 points
  • every ten seconds -2 points

Scoring Variations

There can be variations to the above point system with different values and other minor nuances. For example, laying a card from the waste pile to the foundation can be worth 10 points, but first laying it to the tableau then over to the foundation can be worth 15. Some games count the initial aces laid to the foundations as 15 points automatically and do not reward the extra 5 points for laying them on a 2.

Classic Solitaire Strategy

Deal with your face down cards first. Face down cards limit your options. If you have the option of freeing a face down card or playing a card from the Draw pile, play the card on the Table first. 

Give yourself options. Always turn over a card from the Draw pile before making a move. The more options you have, the better. 

If an Ace comes up, always move it to a Foundation if possible. This will reveal more cards than if you were to leave it in place in the Table. 

If you don't have a King, do not empty a pile. You won't be able to create a new one unless you have a King. 

Alternate red and black to give yourself more options. For example, if you already have a red King on the Table and have the option of placing the second red King or a black King, go for the black King. 

Aim to maintain suits. If you mix them up, you will limit your possibilities. 

Winning Your Hand

Most, but not all, games of Classic Solitaire are winnable. It is estimated that 79% of all possible games are winnable. If a game looks lost, don't beat yourself up! Accept the loss and start again.

Classic Solitaire FAQ

What is the goal of the game? 

The goal is to move a shuffled deck of cards into four Foundation stacks in ascending order from Ace to King. If you can do this, you win the game. If you're blocked from making a move, you lose. 

What happens if you get stuck? 

You lose the game. Always try to keep your as many options open as you can. Maintaining options is the key to winning Solitaire

What is the probability of winning?

Thoughtful Solitaire is a version of the game where players play with all cards face up, knowing where every card is at in advance and can play all cards optimally. In draw three mode the probability of winning Thoughtful Solitaire is 81.956%. That number represents a hard upper boundary on winning in Solitaire.

While a player does not know where all cards are in advance, one can sort of emulate that to a high degree through extensive use of the undo button as needed.

Hoye's Rules of Games suggests without using any undo moves players should be able to win roughly 1 in 30 turn 3 games.

How many cards are used? 

Classic Solitaire uses a standard 52 deck of playing cards. Many other Solitaire games use 2 or more decks.

What is the difference between turn 1 and turn 3?

Turn 3 is broadly considered the default version of Classic Solitaire. It has 3 cards at a time laid down from the reserve onto the waste pile. This means only 1 in 3 cards is playable off the start on each turn through the reserve. In turn 1 every single card can be laid, making it easier to beat the game.

Are Aces high or low? 

The Ace is low in Classic Solitaire. The King is high. 

What are alternative names for Solitaire?

There are hundreds of different names and versions of Solitaire

Some variations are regional. In the US what is called Classic Solitaire is called Patience in the UK. Other variations are more than name, with significant differences in the game based on the number of decks used, how the cards are dealt, how cards can be organized on the tableau, how the reserves are used, and how foundations are built.

Whate are the most popular versions of solitaire?

The most popular solitaire games are the core 5 games (plus golf as #6):

  • Klondike - also known as classic solitaire or simply as solitaire
  • Freecell - game has 4 free cells you can temporarily store cards in
  • Spider - game where you create a royal flush on the tableau to remove the cards from the playing field. play 1, 2 or 4 suits
  • Pyramid - sum pairs of cards to 13, with the king being worth 13
  • Tripeaks- three overlapping pyramids where you can remove cards one above or below the top card on the waste pile
  • Golf - 35 cards across 7 columns in the tableau with 17 cards in the stock pile. play in easy or hard mode where the deck wraps or does not. we also have a version of this game with wildcards

Here is a full listing of other versions we offer:

  • 3 Keys
  • A Deck of Fish - this is a 10-level game with the same basic mechanics as Tripeaks, however the goal is to create numerical runs which catch a big fish. Some cards are golden lures. This game is quite novel, unique & cute. :)
  • Ace of Hearts - build a single ascending foundation from Ace to King starting with the Ace of Hearts and working upward 4 times until all cards are in the foundation.
  • Ace of Spades - each of the 10 timed levels has a unique playing field but it is a sequential run game similar to Tripeaks
  • Ali Baba
  • Algerian Patience - 8 foundations, tableau starts off with few cards in 8 rows while the reserve stacks are deep and you get 5 draws from the draw pile. We have a second version of the game which autoplays cards to the foundation, is timed & has 3 levels with progressively shorter time on each level.
  • Alhambra - 2-deck game where tableau cards can only be played in suited sequential order to the foundations or the open card from the reserves. Players can sort through the reserves three times per game.
  • Baker's Dozen - single-deck game where all cards are dealt to 13 columns on the tableau. Empty columns may not be reused, you can only move 1 card at a time & you do not need to follow suit or color on the tableau.
  • Black Hole - unique playing field designs though conceptually similar to Tripeaks
  • Canfield
  • Castles in Spain
  • Chinese
  • Chirstmas - holiday themed solitaire game with 5 levels.
  • Classic - timed 3-level game which is turn 1, turn 2 then turn 3 as you progress through the rounds.
  • Crescent - large tableau where you can stack cards by suit in ascending or descending order until moving them across to the 8 foundations. We offer another version of Crescent Solitaire with 4 timed levels with increasing difficulty on each.
  • Double - compete against a computer player in a timed game of Klondike where you both can lay cards to each other's foundations
  • Egypt - 100 level game where you make pairs using cards on the tableau or from within the reserve
  • Eight Off
  • Eliminator
  • Firemen
  • Flower - timed 3-level game which is somewhat conceptually similar to La Belle Lucie but far easier as you can move stacks of descending cards so long as they alternate suits.
  • Flower Garden - single-level single-deck game where you can only move a single card at a time, but the tableau is not suit dependent. 35 cards are dealt to 7 columns in the tableau and the remaining 17 cards are across the top and can be used at any point in time.
  • Forty Thieves
  • Freecell - game has 4 free cells you can temporarily store cards in. We also have a version of Freecell Solitaire which allows you to submit your score and see how you performed compared to other players.
    • Classic Freecell - single-level 10 minute game
    • Daily Freecell - a new game everyday
    • Baker's Game
    • Double Freecell - two decks
    • Free Cell - no frills basic single-level game with a 30 minute time limit.
    • Freecell Christmas - single deck 10-minute game with beautiful holiday aesthetic and music.
    • Freecell Duplex - think of this game as double Freecell. This game has a single 20-minute level with 8 foundations and 8 free cells. Cards are dealt to 12 piles on the tableau.
    • Freecell Extreme - 4-level game with a 15-minute time level on each. As you advance through the levels each level has one fewer free cell than the level prior.
    • Freecell Klondike - This is a hybrid between the two games with a single level and a 7-minute time limit.
    • Freecell Summer Holiday - tropical themed single-round game with a 10-minute limit.
    • Medieval Freecell - see how quickly you can beat a random level or choose to play any 1,000,000 different levels.
    • One Cell - brutally difficult
    • Penguin - like a suit-based modified freecell with more free cells & the need to build foundations from an arbitrary number in the middle of the deck.
    • Russian Freecell - somewhat similar to regular freecell except only around half the cards are turned over initially & a freecell is removed after each round.
    • Sea Tower - 3 timed levels. On each level 2 cards are already dealt to the free cells. The remaining cards are dealt to the tableau across 10 columns.
    • Spider Freecell - 2 of the 4 free cells come pre-filled. You can move sequential runs of cards even if the free cells are full, provided the descending cards alternate suit color.
    • Stronghold - starts off with 4 free cells and has one less for each level until they final level only has 1.
    • Two Cell - like freecell but with 2 empty cells
    • Three Cell - like freecell but with 3 empty cells
    • Yukon Freecell - a popular version of freecell with 7 columns on the tableau & the top 5 cards shown face up on each of the 6 tableau columns
  • Gaps - 4 rows with 13 tiles in each, where you build from left to right sequentially up by suit fron the 2.
  • Golf - play in easy or hard mode where the deck wraps or does not
    • Golf Solitaire Pro - 10-level game which contains wild cards & cards wrap.
    • Scottish - similar to the above Golf Solitaire Pro, except rather than using a level timer there is a timer which counts down to force each next card to be dealt from the reserves.
  • Indian - Timed 2-deck timed game. You must not follow suit on the tableau. You can only move 1 card at a time on the tableau. The reserves can only be shuffled through once.
  • Klondike - turn 1 or turn 3
    • Classic Klondike - alternate version of the game where you can also select between draw 1 and draw 3
    • Cup of Tea - timed 10-level draw 1 game.
    • Freecell Klondike - This is a hybrid between the two games with a single level and a 7-minute time limit.
    • Kings Klondike - 2 decks with 56 cards in 10 stacks on the tableau & the remaining 48 in reserve. You can move any card to open columns on the tableau
    • Klondike Solitaire - disco themed timed 3-level game where it goes from draw 1 to draw to draw 3 as you advance through the levels.
    • Gargantua Double Klondike - two deck game
    • Gold Coast Klondike - easy and relaxing turn 1 game where tableau stacks only have 3 cards in them
    • Pantagruel Double Klondike - timed 3-level game using 2 decks & 9 columns on the tableau.
    • Pirate Klondike - timed 3-level pirate themed game.
    • Santa - timed 9-level turn-1 game where you can lay any card to empty columns on the tableau & you can use the undo button an unlimited number of times.
    • Saratoga - similar to Klondike but with tableau cards dealt face up. This is a timed 3-level game where you draw through the reserves the same number of cards as your current level.
    • Secret Double Klondike - every other card in the tableau is shown while every other is hidden
    • Glow - like Klondike, but with a time limit & the number of columns on the tableau and time limit decrease as you advance
    • Wild West Klondike - Timed 5-level game with cartoon western cards. The game starts with 10 tableau columns and each level has one fewer columns on the tableau.
  • La Belle Lucie - 18 stacks of 3 cards each on the tableau
  • Lightning - get rid of your 38 cards faster than the computer can by laying them on 4 sequential discard piles.
  • Neptune - pair up consecutive cards in either direction. 6 cards are laid on the tableau & the game has jokers.
  • Portuguese - somewhat similar to La Belle Lucie, but uses 13 stacks of 4 cards instead of 18 stacks of 3 & allows you to stack on the tableau without requiring following suit.
  • Pyramid - sum cards to 13
    • Alien Pyramid - unique interpretation of the core game. You still add cards to 13, but the game has 3 difficulty levels, Jokers, and 30 creative level designs.
    • Ancient Wonders - simple 7-level timed game. Includes a free cell & you may shuffle through the draw pile an unlimited number of times.
    • Circus - timed 10-level game with hopeful upbeat music and a circus or carnival theme.
    • Egypt Pyramid - Timed 40-level game with wild cards & unique level designs.
    • Freecell Giza - timed 5-level game similar to Giza Pyramid, except it starts the first level with 4 free cells & one free cell is removed for each subsequent level.
    • Giza Pyramid - variation of pyramid where the reserve pile is face up in columns of 3 at the bottom of the screen.
    • Glacier - 40-round timed gme where you add 2 or more cards to 11. This game contains Jokers and a crucial bonus round at the end of each level.
    • Jungle - like regular pyramid except it includes a free cell, the reserve stack can only be used once, and the reserves are laid 3 at a time. We also offer a second version of Jungle Pyramid with a darker aesthetic design.
    • Maya Pyramid - sum 2 or more cards to 11, contains Jokers.
    • Planet - single-level Pyramid game where the reserves are dealt across the bottom of the screen in 8 columns of 3.
    • Pyramid Klondike - 5-level timed game where the tableau is organized across 7 columns that do not overlap like a traditional game of Klondike.
    • Pyramid Mountains - a nature themed reskin of the above Pyramid Klondike game.
    • Pyramid of Love - Timed 40-level game with wild cards & unique level designs.
    • Pyramid Solitaire - Timed 10-level game with standard pyramid design, however the cards from the reserves are dealt 3 at a time to 3 stacks & the game has a free cell.
    • Totem - timed 32-level game with a free cell and vastly different level designs compared to most pyramid styled games.
    • Wild West Pyramid - sum 2 cards to 13. Timed 10-level game.
  • Queenie - Tableau layout similar to Klondike but with all cards face up. You can move stacks of disorganized cards so long as the top card in the stack is sequential and alternate suit to the bottom card on the column where you are placing them. The reserves are dealt directly onto the tableau columns.
  • River - timed 3-level game where the deck is dealt into 13 stacks of 4 on the tableau. Organize on the tableau in descending order while alternating suit colors & build up the foundations from Ace to King in acending order.
  • Russian - Yukon-styled solitaire
  • Scorpion - popular game with three difficulty levels to choose from.
  • Spike - Like Klondike, except the reserves can only be used once and are laid into 3 parallel piles.
  • Spider - play 1, 2 or 4 suits
    • 1 Suit Spider - game which offers only a single suit option & allows you to record your high score.
    • 2 Suits Spider - game which offers a 2 suits option & allows you to record your high score.
    • 4 Suits Spider - game which offers a 4 suits option & allows you to record your high score.
    • Big Spider
    • Beetle
    • Black Widow
    • Huge Spider
    • Jumping Spider - 9 columns on the tableau with 4 cards each & every other card face up. This is a 4 suit game. On the tableau you can build down & move across in decending order across suits. Suited runs from King down to Ace are automatically moved to a foundation.
    • Tarantula - you can move sequential runs of cards on the tableau even if they are not suited
  • Spidike - a combination of Spider and Klondike in a single deck 10-minute game.
  • Taj Mahal - similar to Klondike with about a half-dozen different exceptions including protected cards (too many differences to list all here, but they are explained on the game page).
  • Thieves of Egypt - alternate suit color on the tableau of 10 columns and build up the 8 foundations in ascending order from the Ace. We also have a version of this game using a Pharaoh-inspired design.
  • Tower of Hanoi - a card version of the game using the cards Ace through 9.
  • Tripeaks - three overlapping pyramids where you can remove cards one above or below the top card on the waste pile
    • Ancient Rome - 10-level timed game with Jokers & the ability to get dealt new cards to your draw pile when the old ones are used up.
    • Christmas Tripeaks - offers a half-dozen 4-minute levels.
    • Frozen Castle - 10-level winter themed Tripeaks game.
    • Halloween Tripeaks - exactly what it sounds like - boooooo. ;)
    • Inca Pyramid - 10-stage timed game.
    • Luxor Tripeaks - Egyptian themed 100-level game with unique tableau layouts
    • Magic Castle - 6 levels with 4 minutes each. The game has 4 bonus card types.
    • Mountain - timed 10-level game with Jokers.
    • Paris Tripeaks - same general play mechanics, but vastly different level design layouts & wild cards
    • Skyscraper - 10 timed 4 minute levels. The game has 4 bonus card types.
    • Snowy Peaks - 6-stage Tripeaks game with 6 minute time limit on each level. The first level has a face up Tripeaks layout with a face down inverted Tripeaks after it. The vertical size of the board grows as you advance to higher levels.
    • Tower - Tripeaks game organized as a single large pyramid.
    • Trifruit - 42 stages with a unique twist. Use your in-game points to buy high-strength bonus cards.
    • Tripeaks Creatures - unique tableau layouts in a 40 level game with 2 minutes allowed per level
    • Tripeaks Halloween - cute and cartoony 6-stage spooky Tripeaks game with a 4-minute time limit on each level & a variety of power up cards.
    • Tripeaks Solitaire - 15 custom level designs with a 2-minute time limit each and Joker wild cards scattered throughout.
  • Troy - 100-level pair matching quest
  • Wasp - Timed 10-minute game where 49 of 52 cards are dealt to the tableau with 40 of those face up. Create complete flushes to remove each suit from the playing field.
  • Wild Flower - timed single-level game where all cards are dealt face up but you can only move one card at a time on the tableau.
  • Wild West - timed 3-level western themed game
  • Winter - timed 3 level game where all cards are dealt to the tableau in 13 stacks of 4
  • Yukon - similar to Russian solitaire.
  • Zero 21 - keep the total between 1 and 20

As extensive as our collection is, we are still expanding it. Other names and versions include: Patience, Success, Kabal, Kabala, Accordion, Bristol, Deuces, Fourteen Out, Gate, Joker Solitaire, Loser Solitaire, Octave, The Herring-Bone & Three Blind Mice.

New versions of the game are created every year with there being thousands of variations on the core half dozen game types.

While solitaire is primarily known as a card game, the use of the word has expanded to mean single player games. There are versions og games using tiles (mahjong) or pegs (resta um).

Do you offer any other fun online games?

Yes. We offer a collection of card games, mahjong tile games, hidden object games, and a bunch of other fun online games you can play directly in your web browser.

Card Games

In addition to our collection of solitaire games we offer many other online card games.

  • 5 Stack Blackjack - try to score as close as 21 as you can on 5 concurrent hands to meet a total round score goal and move on to the next round.
  • 21 Blitz - a timed logic puzzle game with a four by four grid where you try to make 21 vertically or horizontally.
  • American Euchre - American version of the Euchre card game.
  • Blackjack Chain - Select runs of cards which add up to 21.
  • Casino Blackjack - 5 round game where players use fake casino chips (no real money) to bet against the dealer.
  • Classic Gin Rummy - play 10 hands where you try to beat a single computer player. Submit your score to our high score records database to see if you beat other players.
  • Crazy Eights - shedding game where players lay cards from their hand on the waste pile by matching rank or suit. Eights are wild.
  • Euchre - trick taking game with partners where players choose a trump suit. This game offers both American and UK variants.
  • Gin Rummy - a faster & more popular alternative to Rummy.
  • Hearts - avoid winning tricks with a heart in them or the queen of spades unless you can shoot the moon by winning them all.
  • House of Cards - virtual card stacking house building game with 3 levels where on each level you need to build a taller house.
  • Mau Mau - shedding card game similar to Crazy Eights.
  • Pesten - shedding game similar to Crazy Eights, includes Jokers.
  • Ride the Bus - a cute school bus themed variation of a 4-player game of 31.
  • Rummi - Rummikub game which is a fusion of Rummy and Mahjong
  • Spite and Malice - game where you build foundations trying to get rid of the 20 cards in your stock pile before your opponent does
  • Spite and Malice Extreme - this game is similar to the original Spite and Malice game, except you can also use your opponent's temporary hold cards and they can use yours
  • Thirty One - try to score as close to 31 as you can in a single suit or get 3 of a kind. Pass when you have a good hand and the player with the worst cards loses.
  • Tile Rummy - like the game of Rummy but uses numerical tiles of 4 different colors. Play against the computer to see who can get rid of all their tiles first.
  • Vegas Poker - play no limit Texas Hold Em poker against 5 computer players.

Mahjong Solitaire Tile Games

Check out our fun online mahjong games.

Hidden Object Games

Play a variety of hidden object games online for free.

Match 3 Games

Play free match 3 games which were inspired by the likes of Candy Crush and Zuma.

  • Candy Fiesta - score as many points as you can in 65 moves.
  • Candy House - fun 50-level match 3 game.
  • Daily Same Game - stone breaker game where you try to clear the field by clicking on cells which are adjacent to another cell of the same color.
  • Treasures of Atlantis - 25 level connect 3 game
  • Zuma Ball - 10-level tile matching ball shooter game which is a fusion of Zuma and pinball.
  • Zuma Legend - 100-level Zuma ball shooting game.

Logic Puzzle Games

Play free logic puzzles.

  • A Nonogram a Day - casual paint by number coloring game.
  • Battleships Armada - a modern virtual remake inspired by the classic naval battle board game.
  • Chess Grandmaster - play chess against a highly skilled computer player or play through over a thousand different interesting historical board set ups.
  • Classic Minesweeper - a modern remake of the classic game witha beautiful design. Play on easy, medium or hard difficulty settings.
  • Daily 1 to 25 - organize numbers in a 5x5 grid.
  • Daily 15 UP - create runs of numbers in a grid which add up to 15 using random shape sequences. All cells inside the grid must be used.
  • Daily Battleship Solitaire - use numerical clues along the edges of the puzzle to solve where ships are located.
  • Daily Binario - organize ones and zeros in a grid where each column and each row has the same number of each of them.
  • Daily Bridges - connect islands using bridges in this math-based logic puzzle. This game offers a new puzzle each day along with multiple difficulty levels and puzzle sizes.
  • Daily Calcudoku - numerical puzzle game where you enter the numbers that satisfy the solution of an equation inside of an outlined blob area. Each row & each column can only have any given number in them once.
  • Daily Check It - grid-based puzzle where you figure out which three cells in each row & column are checkmarks through a logical process of elimination.
  • Daily Dog Pooh - logic puzzle where you place an equal number of dogs and poohs in each row and column.
  • Daily Domino Puzzle - highlight numbers in the game to select dominoes so that each appears only once on the board.
  • Daily Futoshiki - logic puzzle where each number can appear once in each row or column. Some areas have less than or equal signs which the entered numbers must satisfy.
  • Daily Heggies - line puzzle game where you must visit each cell once & only once using a single line that does not pass through any of the hedges.
  • Daily HexNum - enter the numbers 1 through 6 in each of the hexagons.
  • Daily Kakurasu - select the cells needed to add numbers to the sums shown to the right and bottom of the rows and columns.
  • Daily Kakuro - similar to a crossword puzzle, except you enter the numbers 1 to 9 in the cells to sum up to the amounts shown.
  • Daily Kaodoku - like sudoku, but uses smiley faces and shapes. :)
  • Daily Line Game - fill in the white cells in the grid by creating straight lines from the numbered cells inside the puzzles.
  • Daily Loop - connect the dots puzzle where you draw a single closed loop that passes by certain locations on the grid a specified number of times.
  • Daily Maze - connect the starting dot to the puzzle exit dot. Choose between three different grid sizes and difficulty levels.
  • Daily Net - build an electrical power network system which lights all the lightbulbs on the grid.
  • Daily Nonograms - black and white picture coloring game.
  • Daily Numbrix - connect cells in a square grid with a single line that is in numerical order.
  • Daily Same Game - stone breaker game where you try to clear the field by clicking on cells which are adjacent to another cell of the same color.
  • Daily Shikaku - create squares or rectangles in the grid where each square or rectangle has a single number inside it & that number equals the number of cells inside the shape.
  • Daily Shinro - This game is like a cross between minsweeper and sudoku. You use arrows inside the puzzle and arrows along the edge of an 8x8 puzzle to determine where the 12 marbles are hidden.
  • Daily Shirokuro - This is a graph puzzle game where you connect each white dot to a black dot using a singular line. Lines may not inserset, each dot can only be connected to a single line, and lines can not pass through the dots.
  • Daily Sokoban - Logic puzzle where you push boxes around a warehouse to place them on marked locations.
  • Daily Star Battle - Place stars inside the grid where no stars can be next to each other & no other stars can appear in the same row or column.
  • Daily StoStone - color in stones inside a room so that each column has the same number of stones in it.
  • Daily Str8ts - create a run of sequential numbers in any order. Each number can only be used once in each row & column.
  • Daily Sudoku - New online & printable sudoku puzzles every day. Choose to play easy, medium, hard or expert difficulty levels.
  • Daily Suguru - Number puzzle where you must place a run of numbers starting from 1 inside each colored section of the puzzle. A number may not touch any cell with the same number in it (not even diagonally) and each section has a number sequence ranging from 1 to the number of cells in that section.
  • Daily Takuzu - this is a puzzle game where you color all cells red or black. You can't have more than 3 of the same color consecutively. All rows and columns have the same number of red and black pieces in them.
  • Daily Tracks - use the clues on the left side and top side of the board to build a winding railroad track that satisfies all the numerical values.
  • Daily Trees and Tents - grid-based logic puzzle where you place trees near tents to satisfy the numerical values across the top and left side of the puzzle.
  • Daily Z Numbers - move boxes around a grid to empty spaces to turn them gray. Each box can only be moved once, must be moved the number of spaces shown on its face, and can only move to empty spots.
  • Junior Chess - virtual chess game against the computer with 3 difficulty levels. This game highlights move options & provides move hints.
  • Merge the Gems - stone merging game where you merge 2 gems with the same value to create a stone of a higher value.
  • Templok - Tetris-styled line making game with unique piece sizes. Make horizontal or vertical lines to remove the associated pieces from the playing field.
  • Tetra Blocks - Tetris-inspired line making game with glowing stars in it.

Word Games

Play free online word games.

  • Daily Crossword - a new puzzle everyday
  • Daily LetterLogic - a crossword without clues, only a puzzle interface with a letter filled in and you then have to fill in all the words from the word list.
  • Daily Word Search - play a 12x12, 14x14 or 16x16 word search puzzle game with a new puzzle every day.
  • Daily Wordoku - like Sudoku, except uses letter & when the puzzle is completed you create a word on the diagonal.
  • Letter Scramble - Scrabble-styled online game where you spell as many words as you can before the time runs out.

Other Fun Arcade Games

Play other free online games like modern remakes of arcade classics.

  • Cookie Monster - a PacMan inspired game where the ghosts turn into cookies when you eat a power pellet. :D
  • Merge Cakes - desert merging game.
  • Tennis - 1 versus 1 tennis match against the computer

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