freecell: Simple, fast, addicting

I’ve mentioned freecell in the past; it’s just as terrifically addictive now as it was years ago.


I could go back and re-evaluate it, hold it up to modern standards and complain for a lack of color, but none of that would really stick.

Move cards with two keystrokes. Shift stacks of cards automatically. Onboard help to get you started.

I’m usually not a big desktop card game fan, but this one will hook you, I promise.

And even more dangerous, it runs on a tiny sliver of resources, meaning you can’t avoid it by downgrading to a Pentium. No sir. You are not done here. … šŸ˜ˆ

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