Spider Solitaire is a column based solitaire card game played with two decks of cards. Your goal is to create columns of cards that are arranged from King to Ace in order, and do not have any other cards in the column. When you have built a column arranged in that way it is removed from play. Once you have removed all the cards from play you win the game.
If you can no longer move cards between the columns, you can click the deck at the bottom of the game screen. You will then be dealt a new card on top of each of the 10 columns.
When you are moving cards between the columns, you can either move the top card in any column, or a "Fully Packed" series of cards. This means you can move a run of cards as a whole, but not any portion of it individually.
Spider Solitaire is a classic solitaire card game played with two decks. You try and build the cards into columns going from King to Ace.
Scorpion Solitaire is a little like Spider Solitaire. In Scorpion you can grab the column of cards from any card within the column. Also the cards never disappear.
Spiderette Solitaire is a single deck version of Spider Solitaire played with only 7 columns instead of Spider's 10 columns.
Classic Solitaire is the world's most popular solitaire card game. If you're only familiar with one solitaire card game, it's probably Klondike.
Freecell is a classic solitaire card game where you can move cards between the columns, or into freecells located on the top left of the game screen.
Gaps is a great little solitaire card game where you can move cards into gaps trying to arrange the cards into order by suit.
In Golf Solitaire you move cards out of the 7 columns and into a pile at the bottom of the game screen if the card in the column is one greater than or one less than the card in the pile.
Pyramid Solitaire is a popular solitaire card game where you try and match up cards that added together make 13.