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Spider Solitaire Game - FREE

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New for 2020! - 100% Free classic card game - Spider Solitaire + Bonus Free Games!

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Description from store ❤️ 05.03.2020 - Over 5,000 Facebook Likes! THANK YOU! ❤️ For making us one of the 🥇 fastest growing / most downloaded solitaire game extensions of VAWLT. Just tap the icon to play instantly! Play the classic "spider solitaire" card game using 1, 2, or even 4 suits if you dare in your Chrome browser! This Spider Solitaire game is designed to the highest quality and will get you playing fast in beautiful, fullscreen mode, ready to play 247. If you grew up playing the old Microsoft Spider version, then you’ll love this game. We’ve taken the classic gameplay you know from Microsoft and created a beautiful and updated version. This version of Spider solitare includes unlimited free games, and unlimited undos. If you haven’t played Spider Solitaire before or you’ve forgotten how to play Spider, please read the Spider Solitaire rules below. Spider Solitaire Rules: How to Play / Learn how to play online Spider Solitaire: Setup: Spider is played with two full decks, or 104 total cards. When starting a new game, 54 cards are divided between 10 tableaus. The first 4 tableaus have 6 cards each and the remaining tableaus have 5 cards each. The top card of each tableau is turned face up, while the rest remain face down. The remaining 50 cards are placed in the stock at the top of the screen. Moves: You can always move a card to a card of higher rank. For example, if you have a 7 of Clubs, you can place it on the 8 of Clubs, or an 8 of Hearts, Diamonds or Spades. You can also move a partial run of cards. For example, if you have an 8 of spades through 6 of spades, you can click and move all of them together onto a 9 of any suit. However, if you have an 8 of clubs and 7 of diamonds, you can't move them together. If you have an empty tableau, you can move any card or partial run to that empty space. Objective: The objective of the game is to create runs of cards in the same suit, ranging from ace to king. Once you have a whole run of cards, it will be removed from the tableau. Stock: When you have no more moves you can make on the tableau, then you can click on the stock in the top corner. That will move 10 cards from the stock down to the tableaus, placing 1 card on each tableau. It is not recommended that you do this before you are sure there are no moves left. Difficulty: Spider can be played at 3 levels of difficulty: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. In Beginner mode, you use 1 suit (spades). In Intermediate mode, you use 2 suits (spades and hearts). In Advanced mode you use all 4 suits. In all modes you will play using 104 cards. Time & Scoring: The game measures the time and number of moves it takes to complete the game. Spider Solitaire history: From offline Spider to online Microsoft Solitaire Spider is a game that has been around for a very long time. The earliest references we have on print date all the way back to 1746. The game we know as Spider today has most likely been developed around the end of the 18th century. Some people think that Spider arose as a way of telling peoples fortune in Europe in the Baltic area. Spider Solitaire became popular on the European continent as a way of fortune telling. In Scandinavian countries, solitaire is also known as "Cabale", which is related to cabal, an alternative interpretation of the old testament. We know a game called Patience, which originated in England around the same time as solitaire. Some of the first mentions we have of solitaire in English literature, has French references, which makes a lot of people think that the game originated in France. Similarly, people use the names Solitaire and Patience interchangeably, but in the beginning they where widely different games. During the industrial revolution, Spider Solitaire saw an increase in popularity. Several new forms of solitaire were developed including Spider. Other games where Classic Solitaire, and Freecell Solitaire. Features: A Spider solitare game packed with lots of features: Played by millions of users around the world, this is one of the most beloved versions of Spider Solitaire available online today. You can play this Spider game using 1 suit, 2 suits and 4 suits, and you can play the game online or offline, with no download necessary. This game does not contain hotkeys to keep the game simple and easy to use on you laptop, desktop, smartphone, or tablet. Final Notes: 1. Unlimited free game plays: Get unlimited game plays. Whether you play the online or offline version, you’ll always get unlimited games. 2. Autoplay: You can choose to use autoplay when the game detects your game is won. Use of this is optional but can improve your score. 3. iPad, iOS and big monitors: The game is optimized for all devices and screen sizes. 4. Retina ready: The game is optimized retina displays, including iOS, iPad and Mac. 5. Unlimited Undos: You can always undo your moves. 6. Offline play - always available, just add the icon to your device. Also known as: Gigantic Spider, Relaxed Spider, Spiderette, spider, spider solitare, spider soletare, spider solitario, microsoft solitaire, spider solitr, spider cardgames, classic card games, free card games, and many more. Like all Vawlt.com games, it is 100% Free! Spider is perfect for all ages and enjoyed by millions of fans around the world. So, when you get tired of Netflix Party, Zoom meetings, happy hours, the Tiger King, or just Netflix in general, try this fun solitaire game!


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