Mind your steps and plan your moves carefully in the two-suit Spider Solitaire. Your goal in this game is to arrange the cards by suit from K to A so that they can be removed. The game starts with 10 tableau piles, with each of the four piles on the left contains 4 downturned cards and each of the remaining piles contains 3 downturned cards. Each of the tableau piles will then be dealt 1 upturned card. The remaining cards are downturned and divided into 6 stock piles at the bottom right corner of the screen. You can move a group of cards built down by suit or a single card to another tableau pile if the move itself is in sequence, for example, a 3 of spades and a 2 of spades can be moved to a 4 of hearts. The downturned cards on the tableau piles will reveal when the upturned cards are removed. An empty tableau pile can be occupied by any card. If no more moves can be made, you can click a stock pile to deal new cards, but note that this can only be done when all tableau piles are occupied by cards. If you are not satisfied with the progress, you may click the Give Up button at the bottom left corner of the screen to quit the current game. Each move you make costs 10 points, so make wise decisions and aim for a higher score.
Adobe AIR runtime 2.5