FreeCell is a solitaire game that was made popular by Microsoft in the 1990s. One of its oldest ancestors is Eight Off. In the June 1968 edition of Scientific American Martin Gardner described in his "Mathematical Games" column, a game by C. L. Baker that is similar to FreeCell, except that cards on the tableau are built by suit . FreeCell is the second solitaire game I create, before that I created Klondike (or "classic" solitaire) and I've also made a few card games like Hearts, Spades and Whist. If you have any questions, comments or requests for other solitaire games you can send them to email@example.com or tweet at me @cardgames_io .. Try SolSuite Solitaire, the World's Most Complete Solitaire Collection with more than 700 solitaire games, 60 card sets, 300 card backs and 100 backgrounds! Try it now at Try it now at www.solsuite.com. FreeCell is the popular solitaire type card game where the key to victory lies in the four free cells. It's a game of skill where nearly every game is winnable! Play FreeCell Solitaire online.. In standard Freecell, there are foundations, tableaux, and cascades. You must arrange the cards of each suit from Ace to King. All of the tableau are available for moving cards before sorting them into the foundation piles. Analyze all of the cards on the table, and plan multiple moves to ensure you don't get stuck. Become a solitaire whiz in our Freecell games!. How to play Freecell Solitaire You'll see 8 tableau piles, 4 free cells (top left), and 4 foundation piles (top right). The object of the game is to build up all 52 cards, from Ace to King by suit, on foundations piles..