Solitaire Shuffle is an alternative version of Klondike Solitaire played on a gradient green tabletop with plain red and black cards that feature numbers and letters only instead of court royalty imagery. The player's goal is to move all the cards displayed in descending order in face-down and face-up layered column positions at the center of the table to four empty spaces known in an area known as the foundation above the columns.
The player can only transfer cards to the empty spaces by suit and color in ascending order from the Ace (A) to the King (K). They rearrange the cards in the stacks into new column builds of descending, alternating color order (K through 2). They start the game by selecting the option to draw one or three cards to assist them. If at any time they can't arrange the cards to continue building columns and transferring cards to the foundation spaces, they can select draw pile cards. It's important to note that three-card draws always make the game harder to win.
Solitaire Shuffle alerts the player of a correct move by releasing a burst of white stars onto the screen. It also supplies the player with one hint and the option to undo three moves. If they want additional help, they must watch ads.
Additionally, this game doesn't feature an unlimited draw pile. The player only receives 60 moves. If they fail to win within that limitation, they must watch an ad to receive additional moves.