Lots of replay ability without hassle There aren't any fancy bells and whistles like levels, boosts, dailies, etc., just Freecell. And that works. The game is wholly engaging without relying on gimmicks. The difficulty level is just right, and there aren't any obnoxious ads. Most games without gimmicks lose their luster pretty quickly, but this one keeps you coming back.
Almost old-fashioned freecell Not quite the same as a deck of cards, but close enough. Ads are not overly intrusive, and I like the straightforward presentation. Well there's the looping cards at end, but those have been around so long onscreen they are part of it. Sort of electronic 52 card pickup.) Great mental break.
Nice game but for w small glitch.. Fully addictive and enjoyable like the desktop version. There's just one glitch wherein if you try to multi task by opening another app, then on returning to the game the screen turns white. You need to kill the game and restart and resume from last played.
VERY NICE UI Terrific!!!!! Used to get locked up with @#£%& pop up's and you'd have to uninstall and go find it again to make it work again. The newest crash fix works! I really enjoy. tried some other companies but none I have found this good for clarity and movement. I have altered my previous somewhat frustrated rating. Addicted. As others mention you can't change a half done game after going out and coming back but that is no different than accepting rules. Enjoy!
The Best Freecell Magma Mobile makes the best versions of so many solitaire games. I am addicted to Freecell and Freecell2. They are the easiest to navigate, and the offset lines of cards make it easy to find the card you want (or need). Well done, Magma! I'm a fan!!
Flaw in this Freecell app In the old Windows app, when I tried to move a large series to another column, it would quickly and visibly succeed if there were enough open piles and columns (that I could use manually by moving smaller series into an opening one at a time). However, the mathematical reasoning used in this app will sometimes wrongly determine that fewer cards can be moved. I can catch this out by succeeding in manually moving parts of the series into each column and successfully re-assembling them in the target location.