About One Cell


One Cell is an extremely attractive card game where you have to move all the cards to the foundations starting with an Ace in ascending order. 

Eight tableau piles are dealt one deck of cards at a time. The goal of the game is to assemble each of the 52 cards, from Ace to King, according to suit. There are cards from the Free Cells and the top cards of the tableau piles that can be played. By switching colors, tableau heaps can be constructed. One card can only be moved at a time, yet if there are enough empty Cells or tableau piles, you may move a collection of cards in the right order. Any tableau pile's top card may also be transferred to any Free Cell. Only one card may be present in each Free Cell. If possible, cards in the cells can be moved to the tableau piles or back to the foundation piles. One Cell is difficult when just one Free Cell. You must build down on an alternating one. Use the single free cell to temporarily park a card. 

The game requires you to have a clear strategy to ensure that you can arrange all the cards, and form columns. You are allowed to undo it three times in each game. One Cell gives you 30 minutes to complete the challenge, over time you will lose.

Features of One Cell:

  • Play in fullscreen
  • Soft music tunes and nice 2D graphics
  • Simple controls
  • Limited time. 

How to play

Use the mouse to control


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