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FreeCells includes 20 most popular FreeCell-like games from our Solitaires Unlimited collection.

If you like playing FreeCell this collection is ideal to extend your knowledge of the game and try different rule variations. To make your gameplay more interesting all games have a detailed how-to-play instructions, next move suggestion feature, unlimited undo and many other features.

Please visit SU: Freecells homepage for more information.

News – June 30, 2009

Solitaires for BlackBerry v.2.1.0: new play mode for Storm 9500 Series!

In this update we have added a new play mode for BlackBerry Storm 9500 Series – two steps tapping.

Now, alternatively to existed drag&drop, you can play by consecutively tapping on a column to select a card(s) to move and on another column where you want the card(s) to move to. If the column, you have tapped on to select a card(s) to move, has different group of cards that can be moved, you can select a head of the group you want to move from the enlarged column, viewed in the center of the screen to ease the selection.

Also we have fixed some bugs and made some minor changes, so please visit our Solitaires for BlackBerry page to update your copy.

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FreeCells includes 20 most popular FreeCell-like games from our Solitaires Unlimited collection.

If you like playing FreeCell this collection is ideal to extend your knowledge of the game and try different rule variations. To make your gameplay more interesting all games have a detailed how-to-play instructions, next move suggestion feature, unlimited undo and many other features.

Please visit SU: Freecells homepage for more information.

Klondike Solitaire is probably the best-known solitaire in the world. Many people don't even realize that other games exist. Though the name may not be familiar, the game itself certainly is. This is due in no small part to Microsoft's inclusion of the game in every version of Windows, though their naming the game "Microsoft Solitaire" only added to the confusion about the game's proper name.

Please visit Klondike homepage for more information.