Since Microsoft bundled Solitaire with Windows 3.1, it’s appeared on a range of formats, and countless operating systems. This version follows the Klondike version popularized by that game-changing Windows adaptation. You’ll get seven piles of cards, face down. Each pile is one deeper than the last, so that the first pile is a single card, and the seventh comprises seven cards. The top card is turned over. You can stack descending cards of alternating colors on top one another. The ultimate goal is to separate out an entire deck, starting with the aces, into the four spaces at the top. If you want to win, you’ll need brains – and a little luck! Play Classic Solitaire now on BestGameCube.Com!