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GameTeam Mahjong

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Sep 20, 2007 | 9:16 AM EDT

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Brand new Mahjong with over 120 unique layouts and exceptional graphics .

The myth of the origin of Mahjong suggests that Confucius had developed the game in about 500 BC. Also, this myth claims that Confucius was fond of birds, which would explain the name "Mahjong" (sparrow). However that may be, now Mahjong is one of the most popular as gambling or computer games combines strategy, skill, memory and - yes! - intuition and luck.

The object of the game is to match pairs of similar tiles to remove them and, finally, clear all board.

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DoctorStrongbadDoctorStrongbad

Rated 4 / 5 stars

GameTeam Mahjong is a game about Mahjong. Graphics are nice and detailed, but they could be larger and brighter. The gameplay is just like the classic tile game. Easy to master, and it will become addictive. The music fits very well.



vengeance66vengeance66

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I've always loved mahjong

I love how you guys have over 120 different patterns, I'll be playing for a very long time >.>

I couldn't help but notice how numbers 54 and 96 are identical, they are both 6x6x4 boxes.



AnvilPinataAnvilPinata

Rated 5 / 5 stars

waffles

yummy



kurt5494kurt5494

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Just Mahjong but ok

For me it was just another Mahjong game. it was a good one, i'll give you that but nothing amazingly different that made me prefer it to other similar games, but enjoyed the music and was fun to play as Mahjong just is one of those games=D



CoopCoop

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Coolly Theraputic

This is a completely engrossing game, similar to its predecessors, but with a few differences. The music is well suited to this style of game and it wears well, even though certain games can last for more than 5 minutes, it stays bearable, where most games fail to make the grade.

The playability is decent, with hours of seemingly endless fun to be had by the user. The only thing it really lacks is the "Game of four winds" version. I quite like the way you've not given us a shuffle tiles option - it means that we can do the game if we go back far enough. That's a nice extra challenging element.

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