Online card games that fall in the category of solitaire games include Peg Solitaire and Mahjong Solitaire. Solitaire games are immensely popular as they can be played by people alone. There is also a specific game called Solitaire. The game comes standard on PCs. You need to form sequences to win this card game online.
Solitaire games such as the Spider card game are included in the genre of puzzle-based card games. There are no specific moves in Solitaire that will win you every game, as each time the layout of the cards is different from the previous game.
In a game of Solitaire, there are tableau piles, numbered 1-7, with the top card on the tableau always facing up and the cards below that facing down so that their values aren’t visible to the player. All the cards that remain once the tableau has been set are placed in the stock face down, thereby starting the game with empty foundations.
The Spider card game is similar to Freecell. The objective of the game is to arrange all the cards in foundations.
You need to arrange the cards in the following order:
The Spider card game is played with 104 cards consisting of two full decks. In the game, the cards are divided into 10 tableaus where the first 4 have 6 cards each and the remaining 6 tableaus have 5 cards each. Only the topmost card across the tableaus is placed face up and the rest are placed face down. All the remaining 50 cards are placed in a stock at the top.
You can move one card only onto another card of a higher rank. For example, the 6 of Diamonds can only be put on the 7 of Diamonds, Clubs or Spades. But remember that even if you are allowed to place a card on another card belonging to a different suit, a run can only be created when all the cards belong to the same suit. Only when all the cards belong to the same suit will the run be removed from the table. So put a card onto cards of different suits only to get them out of the way until you find a way to get it back to the suit it belongs to.
Adding Cards from the Stock
When you run out of moves on the tableau, you have the option of clicking on the stock in the upper left corner. Once you do that, 10 cards from the stock will be placed one on each tableau. However, you should avoid clicking on the stock unless you are absolutely sure that there are no more moves that you can make. Moreover, there should be one card on each tableau for you to be able to click the stock. If there is an empty tableau, you have to put one or more cards onto it before clicking.
You start with 500 points. For each move you make, one point gets subtracted. For each run you remove from the table, you will get 100 extra points. Example: If you have made three full runs in 70 moves, your score will be as follows: 500-70+3*100 = 730 points.
If you make 3 successful full runs in 80 moves, you will get a score of 500-80+3*100= 830 points.
The game can be played in three different modes: beginner, intermediate and advanced. In the beginner mode, there is only one suit (Spades), in the intermediate mode there are two (Spades and Hearts), and in advanced mode, there are all four suits. The number of cards is the same, 104, in all modes.