Spider Solitaire Time is a card game that simulates classic Spider Solitaire. It differs from other versions by adding a timed component. The player creates eight spider legs by building descending-order sequence (K, Q, J... 3, 2, A) columns from eight columns of mixed cards on a blue table within 10 minutes.
The player can choose an Easy mode (one suit and one color), Medium mode (two colors and two alternating suits), or a Hard mode (two alternating colors and four suits). When they create the spider legs, all cards in a column must have the same color and suit. The player transfers cards between columns. If they can't find a card that they need for a build, they can use the draw pile at the bottom-right corner of the table. That said, they can only draw five times during the entire game.
It's important to note that Spider Solitaire Time continues a rule found in the original game. If the player uses the draw pile, the game transfers one card to every column. This action can disrupt a player's build. As a result, they should only use the draw pile when no other moves remain. Otherwise, they might become stuck with cards they can't use or transfer between columns.
When the player successfully creates a spider leg, the game moves the pile to the bottom-left corner.