21st Century Solitaire features:
Easy to use software
Automatically lays out yours cards for each solitaire version
Just click on a card to turn the card over
To move a card just click and drag the card.
Click here for Solitaire tutorial
21st Century Solitaire's twenty-one different versions provide a range of play from easy to challenging. Easily start-playing solitaire with the user-friendly designed software.
Below is a list of each distinctive twist to solitaire (patience**), a classic game of card stacking.21 versions of solitaire:
- one of a large family of games in which the whole pack is laid out. Most of these games are difficult to win, but afford good mental exercise.
- many two-pack solitaires are elaborations of the classically simple Busy Aces.
- stands at the top of the list of games that give opportunity for skill. The experienced player wins four or five times as often as the beginner.
- this solitaire takes it name from a gaming house at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. The small number of tableau piles makes it difficult to beat.
- with twenty cards simultaneously available, you should have little difficulty winning this simple game.
- another variation in which the whole pack is laid out with the option to choose your own foundation sequence.
- a variation of the foundation building solitaire games where the deuces rather than aces are the starting point.
- this game is probably the most widely known of two-pack solitaires. The original game is tough to win. Many variations have been developed, designed to give the player a better chance.
- a simple game to understand and play, but difficult to beat.
- one of the few solitaires that are almost entirely a matter of skill. As in Calculation and Sly Fox , you make your own destiny by shrewdness shown in placing cards.
- a purely mechanical exercise, but plenty of action makes this game an agreeable pastime.
- while making no great demands, Golf offers some scope for skill. It is a favorite for competitive play.
- this most popular of all solitaire is at the same time one of the most difficult to win. Also known as Fascination, Triangle and Chinaman.
- the shuffling tableau makes a kaleidoscopic game, with some opportunity for skill.
- the most popular member of the Solitaire Addition family. Although it rarely comes out, Pyramid is widely played and is the subject of elaborate record keeping on the part of some devoted
- the classic game of Klondike with rules similar to those in Windows Solitaire.
- this is supposed to have been the solitaire with which Napoleon beguiled the days of his last exile.
- although largely mechanical, Scorpion is a highly colorful way of finding out if the chance of the deal has created any crisscrosses. Where none exist you are bound to win.
- if there is any solitaire that can be licked by sheer skill against any luck of the cards, this is it. When you lose it, you can usually put your finger on an obvious mistake - if that's
- a blend of two largely mechanical games, Klondike and Scorpion. Yukon affords surprising scope for skillful manipulation.
For rule information on Solitaire games, click here.