Freecell Solitaire Cube is an interesting game, which combines elements of traditional Solitaire with two-suit Spider Solitaire. Be warned, it might take a few rounds to get the hang of it, but once you do, you won’t be able to put it down!
At first glance, Freecell Solitaire Cube might seem simple. However, the different rules that make up the game offer a challenge that is just waiting for you to let your guard down.
Freecell Solitaire Cube is made by Tether Studios but the Skillz mobile gaming platform is the main distribution for this app.
Skillz games offer quick downloads for all of their games, although you won’t be able to download on your desktop. The apps are exclusive to mobile device. Here is the easiest way to download Freecell Solitaire Cube onto your Android or Apple mobile device:
Android: Visit the Skillz website from your mobile device. Find the “most popular” category and hit “See All”. From there, you want to scroll down until you find Freecell Solitaire Cube.
iPhone / iPad: Downloading the Freecell Solitaire to your iPhone is simple. Search for the game on the Skillz website, click the Apple logo and initiate the download.
The promo code for Freecell Solitaire Cube is: TBA
The promo code TBA for Freecell Solitaire Cube will get you an instant $10 bonus when make your first deposit.
Making a first deposit and entering the promo code is simple. Visit the wallet at the right corner of the app, enter in the promo code and choose the amount you wish to deposit. After that, you continue with the deposit and then have fun!
*Note: The Skillz wallet takes payments through both credit card and PayPal but there is a $0.15 transaction fee for either method.
|Jewel Blitz||21 Blitz||Freecell Solitaire Cube||Pro Pool|
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In the spirit of full disclosure, this game can be difficult to figure out. The first impression of transparency is completely disarming, because you can see all the cards. They are not in any real order, but they are all visible. However, it doesn’t take long to realize that the ‘transparency’ is simply a disarming technique.
The game starts out with 8 rows filled with cards, face up. The first card in each row is playable while the others are darkened and unusable. The major difference with this game is that there is no draw pile. (Hint: This doesn’t make it any easier.)
Instead of a draw pile, there are four empty slots. You can place one card into this slot at a time, but it is better to keep the slots empty. The reason is that you will need these slots to move a bulk of organized cards. Instead of having the option of moving five cards, you must move one at a time. Thus, you need the four empty slots to move those cards to. If those slots are filled, you can only move one card at a time.
To the left of the empty slots, there are four spaces for the aces. This is probably one of the few details that Freecell Solitaire Cube shares with the inspirational Solitaire game. However, it is a much different experience, which players enjoy.
The game is three minutes long and has a quick playstyle. Freecell Solitaire Cube is fun but there are many details that are different from any of its inspiration games. Therefore, that takes some getting used to.
It is possible to run out of room, after which, most of the time, the game is over. Otherwise, you get as many points as you can before the timer runs out or you clear the board.
When the game ends, the winner is decided by the player with the higher score.
Even though the game itself is unique from the other games on the Skillz platform, the way that their tournaments run is standard. At least that provides something you will recognize, if you’ve ever played a Skillz game before.
These two tournament options expand into the library of specific games available within the FreeCell Solitaire Cube game:
Brackets: Brackets are for the more advanced players. For Freecell Solitaire Cube, especially, it is recommended that you learn the game before challenging yourself with a bracket. However, when you do feel daring enough to take on the brackets, this type of tournament is played between four and thirty-two players. Here are the tier options currently available:
|Solitaire Battle||$33+225 Ticketz+ 33 Medals||$3|
|Solitaire Coliseum||$34+450 Ticketz+34 Medals||$6|
|Solitaire Royale||$36+900 Ticketz+36 Medals||$12|
|Solitaire Bracket||Z 92+1 Ticketz + 92 Medals||Z 5|
Head to Head: The head-to-head tournaments on Freecell Solitaire Cube is likely where you are going to want to start, after Novice, when you feel strong enough to wager. Head-to-head is a little cheaper and you are only playing against one person, regardless of what tier you choose:
|Rookie||$1+50 Ticketz+ 1 Medal||$0.60|
|Professional||$5+250 Ticketz+ 5 Medals||$3|
|MVP||$10+500 Ticketz + 10 Medals||$6|
|Champion||$20+1K Ticketz+ 20 Medals||$12|
|Conqueror||$50+2.5K Ticketz+ 50 Medals||$30|
Bonus Cash: Freecell Solitaire Cube has the option to get an extra $10 in Bonus Cash for every friend that makes a deposit. If they use the link you share to them to play and deposit, you get a bonus! To take advantage of this opportunity go to the menu, which is the three lines (or the hamburger menu, as it is sometimes called) and choose the “Free Bonus Cash” option. From there, you can share a link to your friends via Messenger, text, Reddit, email, Skype, or any other information sharing service.
Ticketz at Freecell Solitaire Cube and the rest of the Skillz platform games will get you cool prizes, by saving them up on your Skillz account. Ticketz can be earned or won through various Skillz platform opportunities – the quickest of which, is to win games wagered by real money. However, you can win Ticketz by playing with Z Points as well.
One of the best things about Ticketz is that they transfer with you throughout your Skillz game journey.
Z Points are another exclusive Skillz platform creation. Z Points enable you to play practice games throughout the platform, without making a deposit. The only thing you need to watch out for is that Z Points do not transfer to different games, like Ticketz (and US currency). Instead, each Skillz game you download has its own initial number of Z Points and different opportunities for you to earn more. This can be done by winning practice games, real money games, and claiming your free Z Points on each game every two hours.
Fortunately, the Z Point system is set up so that you have a good chance of consistently collecting enough points to continue playing and earning effectively.