Spider Solitaire Help
- Displays the high score list.
- Clears the high score list.
- Scoring moves will be made automatically.
New Game - A dialog box will appear asking if you are sure you
want to start a new game.
End - A dialog box will appear asking if you are sure you want
to end the game.
Toggles sound on and off.
- Allows you to change the background, card backs, deck style
and highlight color.
- Show the game statistics.
- Clears the game statistics.
Spider allows you to play with one, two, or four suits. This
greatly affects the difficulty of the game. One suit is relatively
easy, two suits is moderately difficult, and four suits can
be quite difficult. This option can be selected from the Suits
Submenu in the Options Menu. A separate high score list is maintained
for each suit option.
is to move complete sequences of cards of the same suit to the
foundation piles. The sequence must be from King to Ace. The
entire sequence must be dragged to a free foundation space.
Individual cards can not be played to the foundation. The game
is won once all of the cards are moved to the foundation spaces.
be built down in value, regardless of suit. Any single card
or column of cards on the tableau may be played on another pile
as long as the column is the same suit and built in sequence.
Because of this, it is best to build in suit whenever possible,
even though it is not required. Empty tableau spaces may be
filled with any available card.
on the stock will deal a new card to each tableau space.
OPTION key to highlight all valid plays.
number or J, Q, K, A to highlight all cards of that value.
C, S, D to highlight all cards of that suit.
CONTROL key to temporarily activate auto play.