"FreeCell" is a card game in which you can play with collecting cards in the order of from A to K according to the mark of the places called HomeCell while organizing cards handed on a table, utilizing the four spaces called FreeCell.
52 cards are placed on the table facing upwards in eight columns. And you can choose any of the card from the top of the column. Cards are stacked so that they become in alternating black and red marks on the order of K,Q,J...3,2,A.
You can temporarily put any card in the Space called "free cell" in the upper left.
When red and black cards are placed in an alternative order, you can move the total number of cards obtained by adding vacant free cells plus 1 at the same time. Ex.1: If two free cells are vacant, you can move three cards, and if four free cells are vacant, you can move five cards at the same time. Ex.2: If all the four free cells are occupied, you can move only one card.
Once you move all the cards in an ascending order (A,2,3...J,Q,K), the game is cleared.