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Freecell solitaire

FreeCell Solitaire is one of the most popular solitaire card games in the world. It was invented by Paul Alfille. He developed it from Baker's Game. He also created the first computer implementation of FreeCell for the PLATO educational computer system at the University of Illinois in 1978. Later Jim Horne implemented this game for Microsoft Windows that made it extremely popular.

The most notable difference of Freecell, compared to other solitaire variations, is that nearly every deal can be won.

BVS Solitaire Collection 7.9 for Windows XP/7/8/10 is a collection of 499 solitaire card games. It includes FreeCell and 11 other FreeCell Type games.

FreeCell Solitaire
FreeCell Solitaire
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FreeCell Solitaire Type games

  • Baker's Game
  • Big FreeCell
  • Castle
  • Eight Off
  • FreeCell
  • Penguin
  • Prison
  • Relaxed FreeCell
  • Seahaven Towers
  • Stalactites
  • Three Cells
  • Two Cells

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Buy BVS Solitaire Collection now to play 499 different games (including FreeCell). You will receive your registration code within a few minutes. You will also get Plus Pack with excellent additional card sets, card backs and backgrounds. Only $19.95 USD.