Spider Solitaire 4 suits is a spider solitaire card game consisting of 4 suits in two decks of 52 cards. Try to match a single suit's entire sequence of cards.
When a new game is started, 54 cards are divided into 10 tableaus. Each of the first four tableaus has five cards, and each of the remaining tableaus has five cards. Each tableau's top card is turned face up, while the others remain face down. The remaining 50 cards are placed in the top left corner of the screen in the stock.
You can always move a card to a higher-ranking card. If you have a 7 of clubs, for example, you can put it on an 8 of clubs, or an 8 of hearts, diamonds, or spades. As a result, you can stack cards of different suits on top of each other. The goal of the game is to make consecutive runs of cards in the same suit, from ace to king. It will be removed from the table once you have a full run of cards. This only happens if all of the cards in the run are of the same suit.
If all of the cards in a run are the same suit, you can move them all at once. If you have the 8 of spades through the 6 of spades, for example, you can click and drag them all to a 9 of any suit. You can't combine an 8 of clubs, 7 of diamonds, and 6 of something else if you have an 8 of clubs, 7 of diamonds, and 6 of something else. After that, you'll have to move them one at a time.
You can move any card or partial run to an empty tableau space if you have one.
When you are unable to perform more operations on the screen, you can click the stock in the upper left corner. This will move 10 cards from the inventory to the screen, placing 1 card on each screen. We don't recommend this until you are completely sure that there is no action.