Score: Time: Moves: GamesNewUndoHintScoresSettingsRulesMoreNew GameWhat would you like to do with your game in progress?Quit and Start a New GameSelect a Game NumberRestart This Game  More free games by TreeCardGames:Select a Game NumberSelect a game number from 1 to 9999999:PlayCancelGame NumberThat is not a valid game numberTry againSettingsMore...OptionsGame SoundsOffOnEnable visual effects (shadows, cards enlarging, buttons)OffOnApply swinging card effect during the dragOffOnAdvanced OptionsUse hardware-accelerated animationsOffOnLanguageAutomatically move cards to the foundationsGlobalSelectiveNoneShow CountersScoreTimeMovesOKAppearanceCard SetCard BackBackgroundSelect a SolitaireScoresLongest winning streak:0Longest losing streak:0Current streak:0Game Won!. Or you can move a card from a Free Cell onto a Tableau pile if the card is one lower and in a different color than the Tableau pile's top card. E.g. you could move a red 5 from a Free Cell onto a Tableau pile where the current top card was a black 6.. FreeCell is a solitaire game that was made popular by Microsoft in the 1990s. One of its oldest ancestors is Eight Off. In the June 1968 edition of Scientific American Martin Gardner described in his "Mathematical Games" column, a game by C. L. Baker that is similar to FreeCell, except that cards on the tableau are built by suit instead of by alternate colors. This variant is now called Baker's Game..