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 any card or group of cards. 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 .