The most played and highest-rated Freecell game in history is Microsoft Freecell. This game was introduced in 1991 as part of Microsoft Entertainment Pack 2, an extension for Windows 3.0. The game quickly gained popularity, and during the development of Windows NT 3.1 in 1993, Microsoft's management decided to make the game a standard part of their Windows operating systems, alongside other iconic games such as Klondike Solitaire and Minesweeper. Partly because the game is so popular and because we have received numerous requests from our regular visitors, we decided to create a Microsoft Freecell clone for our website. The result is an almost perfect replica, indistinguishable from the original. Our version also includes the original game numbers with as many as 1 million deal options, and players can view their progress via the statistics button. A handy tip for PC users: the CTRL + Z key combination allows you to undo a single step.