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Solitaire games - top safe solitaire sites

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Written by Vera C. Last updated on .

A deck of playing cards - best safe solitaire sites

Here we’ve compiled a library of the best safe free solitaire sites. We’ve selected sites whose whose main page takes you straight to a fresh solitaire game for your convenience.

We also checked security for you. At the time of writing, all of these sites were checked using 2 methods: the Sucuri Sitecheck Tool and VirusTotal. These are all safe sites.

All of the solitaire sites listed below have the following convenient game features:

  • Takes you straight into a new game
  • Free to play
  • No registration required

1. Online Solitaire

Online Solitaire is our number one choice for ease of use and intuitive playing. Everything is clear from the get-go, letting you just get on with the play. This stands out from others by scaling well on desktop, mobile and tablet so you can play on any device; by contrast most other solitaires are not mobile or tablet friendly.

If you wish to customize anything, the settings button lets you control the design and many other aspects of play. The starting settings are great so you may never need to bother with that, but it's there if you want it. We also liked that if you win your game, you can in one click share on Twitter or Facebook, which adds to the fun factor.

2. Solitaire With Cards

Solitaire With Cards stands out with its clear design. It looks equally great on desktop and mobile. This solitaire site is perfect for beginners because the game rules are given on the same page as the game. Simply scroll down as needed to get to the playing rules, you won't lose your game just to read how to play.

Another beginner-friendly feature is that this version has you turn 1 card at a time from the deck, which makes the game a bit easier to win than turning 3 cards at a time. This is because with 1 card, the card you want can't get hidden underneath other cards in the deck the way they would with the 3 card game. But if you prefer the standard way with 3 cards then rest assured they also have a 3 card version for you that's linked in their game menu.

We also love that when you move a column and want to turn the resultant face-down card over, you need to do it yourself (some games do it automatically for you) but this is actually helpful because you're more aware of which new card has been introduced. Also that's the way it would happen in the analog world with a deck of cards anyway!

To reset the deck, it's not immediately intuitive, you need to click on the empty spot where the face-down cards used to be, not where the face-up pile is.

This solitaire game also features an undo button. It has a timer and keeps track of your number of moves - perfect if you want to see how well you're doing. This game is a good all-around choice whether you're a beginner or a more experienced player.

3. World of Solitaire

World of Solitaire has the option to hide the ad to allow the playing board to become bigger and therefore to allow bigger sizes of cards. If you like ease of visibility, then this is the site for you. You’ll also find plenty of features and options, but with a nice simple interface and reasonable default settings.

4. PlaySolitaire

For those who love a spacious look with a decently big font and an uncluttered style of card design, PlaySolitaire is the option for you. There is an "undo" button if you realize you've made a mistake. You also have a help button to remind you of the rules without having to scroll away from your game. The clear white background and layout is perfect if you prefer the calmest possible look.

5. Solitaired

Solitaired is a fantastic choice because of its ease of use and its lack of ads. The game interface is very appealing; its large card sizes and distraction-free interface give it a relaxing and welcoming feel. Unlike many of the other solitaire sites, you can even read instructions on how to play, as well as key strategies for doing well.

They also offer a history of the game (just scroll down below your game to see all of that).

6. Free Online Solitaire

At Free Online Solitaire you’ll get a simple, clean interface which is easy to use. There are few options compared to some other sites, but that's perfect if you just want to play without worrying about settings.

7. Solitaire Web App

On its first run, Solitaire Web App takes you to a choice of 12 different types of solitaire; after that it'll put you straight into a new game. It has a pleasing interface with traditional-style cards and very few ads. We love the ability to get a hint if you want one.

What sets this one apart from others is that it'll keep track of your statistics on your own personal scoreboard with the Scores button at the bottom of the page. On that, you can get virtual trophies for winning a certain number of games. Now that's a fun way to play!

Conclusion

Any of these solitaire sites are safe, free and convenient to play. If none of these appeal or you're looking for a new online game that is straightforward yet fun, consider trying one of these tower defense games. Tower defense can be conveniently played in brief blocks of time here and there so it's engaging yet doesn't take long to play.


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