3D Spider Solitaire uses standard spider solitaire rules and has three difficulty levels (one suit, two suits, and four suits). It also includes a 3D animated background of spiders that move around to distract you. Your goal is to assemble thirteen cards of any given suit, in descending order from King to Ace. You can move any group of sequential cards of the same suit onto the next highest number of any suit, but you can't move sequential cards that include different suits. When 13 cards are assembled, they're moved off the board. You win the game by getting all eight suits completed.
3D Spider Solitaire Review
Frankly, I'm a little ticked off with this game. It's playable, but it cheats! I was on medium difficulty level, and I almost won the game, but it didn't have the correct cards for me to win with. In a nutshell, I had a red run and a black run, but there were two red nines, and two black threes, which meant that I couldn't complete either of the two runs. Grrr!
Another issue that I have with this game is that it's really easy to put a stack of cards where you don't want it to be, and then the Undo button seems to be a little glitchy.
You might not have the same problems as me. It's not a bad little game when it works.