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Spiderette Solitaire

Spiderette Solitaire
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Being the favorite patience game of Franklin D. Roosevelt, in which the foundation-cards are not played to the center,
but sequences are built within the lay-out itself, Spider Solitaire not even became more popular, but got a few variations.
One of them - Spiderette.

With usual quality from Softick you will enjoy smooth and intuitive gameplay, focusing on the game and not on the control.

- Large and eye-friendly card set, optimized for fingers and long play
- Intuitive cards dragging system
- Optional timed game, scoring and statistics
- Unlimited undo
- Automatic cards turnover and other helpful time-saving assistance
- Saves your game on exit, power loss, incoming call or SMS

Softick offers a number of popular Solitaire games, including classic Klondike (with Vegas), FreeCell, RussianCell, Queenie, EastHeaven, SpiderWeb and much more.

Number of Decks: 1 (52 cards)

Layout: At the beginning you will see the deck in the upper left corner, and below it there are the seven columns of the tableau. At the start of the game 1 card is dealt to the 1st pile, 2 cards to the 2nd, and so on The top card is face up. The deck is formed by 24 cards.

Object: The goal of the game is to group all the cards in sets of 13 cards in sequence down in suit from King to Ace.

Play: As the game begins, Spiderette Solitaire deals twenty-eight cards from the deck into the tableau. Clicking on the stock deals one card to each tableau pile. All empty spaces must be filled before a dial.

Cards within the tableau should be build in descending sequence regardless of suit. Groups of cards in sequence down in suit may be moved as a unit.

The game ends in two cases: a) no more moves left - so you've lost; b) all cards are grouped - and you've won!


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