Classic Solitaire Free is another fun Klondike version of Solitaire. The game displays four empty foundation cells, a one-card draw deck, and seven columns of cards on a green background. With the theme option, the player can replace the background with photographs and select different card fronts and backs. With the main options menu, they can turn on the three-card draw tool, turn on or off helpful hint tools, and even rearrange all elements to accommodate people who have a dominant left hand.
The player's primary goal is to arrange the deck cards in ways that allow them to move all cards to the empty foundation cells to create color- and suit-matched piles of cards that start with the Ace (A) and end with the King (K) on the top of each pile. Since the cards in the columns are arranged top-down starting with the K and alternating between red and black, the player must take care to build new piles in this area the same way (i.e., K, Q, J...). They can use face-up cards, rearrange cards to flip face-down ones, or look through the draw pile cards. The game even allows them to reload the draw pile for free. They also have access to reorder and one-card-reveal magic wand tools. If they use up the free ones, they can receive more by watching ads.
Classic Solitaire Free also offers a daily game option. It breaks down play by counting the number of moves per game, the time it took to win, the score, the best score for the day, and the all-time score.