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Relax with Spider Solitaire F available now on Xbox One

spider solitaire f xbox one

The F in the title stands for Flyhigh, as today Flyhigh Works release the first of their Flyhigh series: Spider Solitaire F on Xbox One.

As you would expect, patience is required in this solo card game based on the popular variant – Spider Solitaire – using two full decks of cards totalling 104, with ten stacks of face down cards and one face-up on top. Players use the remaining cards to help build their suited decks and remove all cards.

Spider Solitaire F takes this version of Solitaire and adds 100 challenges ranging from the easy to the very challenging. They haven’t been completely masochistic though and have provided a handy ‘Hint’ button and a re-do option should the need for either arise.

Available to download this very second and obtainable from the Xbox Store, Spider Solitaire F is priced at a very agreeable £3.59. But for that price you are getting a game on both your Xbox and on PC, as it has Xbox Play Anywhere capabilities in place, making this an absolute steal! Do you miss Solitaire on your PC? Now is your chance to relive those glory days of your first PC.

Flyhigh Works look to be bringing other card-based games to Windows platforms too, what else would you like to see next? Let us know in the comments below, and don’t forget to let us know how excited you are for this game whilst you are there!

Game description

Spider Solitaire F is the first of our “F” (Flyhigh) series. We aim to bring the fun and challenge of classic games to Universal Windows Platform. In Spider Solitaire F we have prepared challenges that range from easy to very challenging; there are a total of 100 sets to solve. For those learning how to play there is a Hint function, and you can also go ‘one back’ in moves. Spider Solitaire F is perfect for calm and relaxing moments. We hope it will be an enjoyable challenge!

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