Freecell Blue is a version of FreeCell played on a gradient blue tabletop. This is the only part that differs from the classic Solitaire game. To win, a player rearranges face-up cards in eight columns on the playfield to transfer them to an upper-right area to create four suit-specific, ascending standard sequence piles (Ace to King). This area is known as the foundation. The empty spaces in the upper-left area are the "free cells." The player can use this area as temporary storage for unneeded cards.
The player can only rearrange the column cards by alternating suit and color in descending sequence (King to 2). Since the cards in the rows overlap, the player can only shift around the bottommost cards at first. When they start a column build, they can move multiple cards as long as the cards are in descending order. If any card makes a build difficult, they can move it to a free cell.
Freecell Blue provides the player with a back-arrow button that allows them to undo moves. It also tracks the player's time so that they can try to beat their last-best time the next time they play.
How to play:
Look for the four Aces in the columns. Check for patterns in the columns to create builds and make Aces more accessible. Start the descending-order builds. Transfer the Aces to the upper-right foundation. Move unneeded cards temporarily to the empty upper-left free cells. Build the piles in the foundation. If necessary, use the undo button.
Mouse: Click buttons. Click a card once to automatically move it to another column. If desired, position the cursor above the card, press the left button, and then slide the card to a column by sliding the mouse.
Mobile: Tap buttons. Tap a card to automatically move it. If desired, position the cursor, press the trackpad or screen surface, and slide the card to a column by sliding the finger or stylus.
About the Creator:
Freecell Blue is created by Gameboss. GameBoss.com is a casual video game company that primarily develops HTML5 games. They founded in 2016 and released some great titles. They have also created the following games: Bubble Shooter Classic
, Mahjong Real
, Double Solitaire
, Solitaire klondike
, Freecell Classic
, Klondike Solitaire Big
, Freecell Big
, Spider Solitaire Easy