1 Deck. Medium (60%). Mostly Skill.
To move all the cards to the .
|•||4 piles (top right) - build from Ace to King.|
|•||4 (top left) - storage locations for cards. Only 1 card allowed in each . At the start of the game 1 card is dealt face up to each pile.|
|•||8 piles (below and ) - build . Move groups of cards if they are in sequence and if there are enough free that the cards could be moved individually. Spaces can be filled by a King or group of cards headed by a King. At the start of the game 6 cards are dealt face up to the each pile.|
|•||Groups of cards in the can only be moved as a group if there are a sufficient number of empty available to store the cards individually. The ability to move cards as a group is only a shortcut to moving the group one card at a time.|
|•||The game number deals #1 to #1000000 are compatible with the games in the standard Windows FreeCell. For more information about FreeCell type games, see http://www.freecell.org. |
|•||Try to keep as many empty as possible.|
ForeCell is a predecessor to FreeCell. It appeared in a 1945 Swedish book Världens bästa patienser och patiensspel by Einar Werner. It was called Napoleon in St. Helena. Since this is a very common name for a solitaire game, the name was changed here to ForeCell to emphasize it's relationship to FreeCell. The differences between ForeCell and FreeCell are that 4 cards are dealt to the rather than the , and only Kings can fill empty spaces in the the .