Spider Solitaire is an age-old game that you can now play on your computer. While it’s easy to learn on the computer, it lacks the feeling of using actual cards.
|Operating System Support||Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP|
|Date||Friday, May 29th 2020|
Classic card game
Spider Solitaire is one of the most common games on Windows computers, as it is one of the oldest ones available to play. The game is easy to learn, yet tricky to master, thanks to simple rules and gameplay. As with many forms of solitaire, you have to build pillars of cards in the right order to complete the suit.
Train your brain
Spider Solitaire is a logic-based game, requiring you to move and rearrange stacks of cards in an attempt to clear the table as fast as possible. There is a timer available to track how long a round lasts. You can also view moves made and your score.
Unlike other logic games such as Minesweeper or Chess, there is little strategy or luck involved when playing. Matching numbers in ascending order as you attempt to complete a suit is a better way to start training your mind.
Spider Solitaire is called as such because of the eight piles of cards, similar to the legs of a spider, instead of the standard seven. Move cards from one column to another as you create a collection of any suit in ascending order, from ace to king before you can clear it from the table. Once you remove the top face-up card from a column, the one below it will flip over. This reveals a new card that you can move around or move other numbers to.
While playing Spider Solitaire, you don’t have to stare at the same background or card backs all the time. You can set these to different colours. The game is straightforward to play but will require practice to master. This makes it a great way to start training your brain to follow basic logic by moving the cards around as you clear the table.