OSX Freecell
OSX Freecell
1.14

3.0

OSX Freecell free download for Mac

OSX Freecell

1.14
05 March 2007

Play thousands of Solitaire game variations.

Overview

OSX FreeCell is a very addictive solitaire card game. It differs from other solitaire card games in that winning other solitaire card games depends mostly on luck, with FreeCell, winning depends mostly on SKILL. Just about every FreeCell game is potentially winnable. It just may take some studying and thinking to figure out how.

What's new in OSX Freecell

Version 1.14: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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7 OSX Freecell Reviews

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N2Thai
02 October 2002

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Stimulate what? Stimulate my agrivation: definitely. Stimulate my brain cells: naught. Unable to move runs (if the api decides that it is okay) of no more than three (3) cards, etc. This is a game for losers. Granted, Burning Monkeys is not a brain stimulator but, it WORKS.
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Version 1.0.3
Anonymous
11 September 2004
Like others, I can't imagine paying money for this game. In fact, I can't imagine playing this game again for free. There are many other solitaire collections that look better, are easier to play, have more games and have more features. I do like having all games numbered, so that you can try to beat ones that have previously stumped you. I would like high scores that track time and number of moves. I like high scores that display the date, track your win and loss streak, remember your name, etc. The more documented a high score is, the better it is. However, this isn't even the version of Freecell that I like. I like the harder version where you can only stack cards of the same suit. I have a stand-alone version I love called Seahaven Towers as well as the major solitaire suites (I prefer Solitaire Till Dawn).
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Version 1.11
Novascotian
13 December 2003
This version, even at 1.0.7, of FreeCell can be frustrating because it has a limited range of undos and because if you make a move from which there is no other it's game over - you can't undo.
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Version 1.0.7
Mike Cline
31 March 2003
I can't believe this software is even worth more than $5! There are other better solitaire OS X products out there, and for a better price.
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Version 1.0.7
Indigo Larson
31 March 2003
WHY?! You only get 100,000 seeded Freecell games for $20 :( With Allgood Solitaire 3.1 X ($15) plays and keeps statisics of not only Freecell but 64 other solitaire games (including the Top 10 of computer fame)!!! For even better graphics there is even Solitaire Til Dawn X ($25) for 50 solitaire games including (Freecell, Eight Off, Klondike(s), and more classics!) Be wise, look for the best value and not just something to win every time...
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Version 1.0.7
Anonymous
21 March 2003
The graphics are annoying. I cannot play on this site. Check out the Windows version - The one that came free with Win 95 was the best one because it numbered each possible deal and you could go back and retry the ones you could not beat. This site may be good for those with excellent vision.
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Version 1.0.5
Annie41855
13 November 2002
Free Cell is a game I play every night before going to bed. I find it relaxes me. I love this game because it is a game of skill. I have a good feeling when I win.
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Version 1.0.4
N2Thai
02 October 2002
Stimulate what? Stimulate my agrivation: definitely. Stimulate my brain cells: naught. Unable to move runs (if the api decides that it is okay) of no more than three (3) cards, etc. This is a game for losers. Granted, Burning Monkeys is not a brain stimulator but, it WORKS.
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Version 1.0.3