FreeCell is a solitaire game that generally comes factory-installed on most computers. The game differs from standard solitaire in that all the cards are visible in FreeCell and the game is based more on skill than on luck. If your computer does not have FreeCell installed, or if you somehow deleted FreeCell from your computer, worry not: you can download it from a FreeCell website. You will, however, have to pay for the program after the free trial ends.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Select the FreeCell program you want to download and install onto your computer. FreeCell.org, for example, offers the standard FreeCell software but includes other options such as Pretty Good Solitaire, which offers more than 700 additional solitaire games.
Follow the download instructions to save the file onto your computer. Launch the application when the download completes to install the software. FreeCell.org offers a free 30-day trial; after that, you will have to purchase the software. The price varies depending on the software you chose to download. The standard FreeCell game from FreeCell.org cost £8.40 (as of 2010). Pay the fee with your credit card if you want to keep the game permanently.
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