Forecell(PC & Tablet) This solitaire was first called Napoleon at St. Helena in a book from 1945. Since it is very simular to Freecell, it has got a new name now. Only difference from freecell is that there already is a card in every freecell.
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GoalBuild 4 foundation piles up in suit from Ace to King.
RulesBuild down in value with alternate colors in the tableau.
An empty space may be filled with a King, or a sequense that start with a King.
You can only move one card at a time, but with help of empty freecells and columns you may move more.
What makes Forecell different from ordinary Freecell is that there is already one card in each freecell. You can also only fill a empty column with a King.
About this version:
- Can be played on a Computer, Tablet and Mobile
- You get your own statistic on the gameplay
- No time pressure
- This is a fullscreen game