These non-nonsense takes on traditional solitaire card games let you get straight to the fun.
Rouge et Noir
A dual objective game. Move one deck onto the foundation piles. Create four in-sequence runs with the other.
A popular traditional no-frills 2 deck solitaire game where skill and careful choices win the day.
Pliable Whitehead Solitaire
A unique game of Whitehead where you choose which cards start the foundation piles.
When you run out of moves you can re-deal the cards but the cruel part is that they don't get shuffled just redistributed into piles of equal size.
A classic matching game where you pair cards that sum to 13 to remove them from play.
A matching game where you pair up cards that add up to 13 to remove them from play
A classic yet bizarre game of solitaire. The 'strategic' variation is an MmpApps original.
Similar to traditional Klondike solitaire with a few subtle rule changes that make the strategy substantially different.
Each tableau column can hold a maximum of three cards and empty columns cannot be filled.
A game of Spider where any in-sequence group of cards of the Same Color Suit can be moved.
Similar to Spider with a unique feature, a cache column available after all the cards are dealt.
A variation on Spider where instead of building runs of cards you must build eight foundations.
A classic game where you work to clear away the entire tableau by building up or down in rank on the waste stack
Originally a casino game from the 1890's Canfield is very difficult to win but quite popular.
Seven Devils Solitaire
A two-deck game with the tableau set up and build rules of Klondike and a seven reserve cards.
MmpApps original double deck game with the unique ability to move cards from the foundation back to the tableau.
An addictive MmpApps original game that combines mechanics from our favourite games.
A double deck game where you build one set of foundations up from Aces and the other down from Kings.
Classic game related to Klondike only groups of cards can be moved, even when they are not in-sequence.