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Mahjongg: Legends of the Tiles

Average Rating 3 player reviews ( 4.0 out of 5.0 )

10 innovative Mahjong games blending traditional tile matching with exciting new styles!

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Game Description

These ten innovative games blend traditional tile matching with the latest games styles such as Solitaire, Concentration, Tetris, Memory, Match 3 and More! Play a quick, relaxing game of Mahjongg or settle into an extended adventure that can unlock secret levels. Travel to exotic locations like Chinese empires, Japanese gardens, ancient Egyptian ruins and castles from the middle ages to collect rewards and reveal more exciting challenges.

- 10 innovative ways to play Mahjongg
-Play short games or extended adventure
-Relaxing or fast paced play
-Play these ten styles of Mahjongg: Solitaire, Memory, Doubles, Waterfalls, Flip-It, Nanjing, Hide and Peek, Four Rivers and Collapse
-A huge variety of richly detailed backgrounds, elaborate layouts and graphically gorgeous tile sets so you can create over 800,000 variations.
-Customise your games by importing photos and designing your own layouts

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  • by 5angeleyes on Nov 25, 2013

    Your basic Mahjongg except I've been playing some form of the tile game for over 15 years and have never run into a game that has to be shuffled as often as this one does!! I would get one play and have no more matches which would force me to shuffle the tile. I can understand occasionallly having a board that might need to be shuffled but every one, every move? At first thought it was just one board but I played numerous ones and each one was the same (except for the first board). This one will NOT be part of my collection, I can't uninstall it fast enough!!! See more See less

  • by DBourgeois on Nov 24, 2013

    It's a good game with plenty of variety. My biggest concern is that having now played a large number of games in Adventure mode I have yet to encounter a game when it isn't necessary to use shuffle several times. This is a pity. In a game such as Daily Mahjongg it's always eventually possible to achieve a result without needing to shuffle. Having to resort to shuffling takes a great deal out of the satisfaction out of the gameplay, and frankly the graphics are very ordinary. See more See less

  • by pdmorrison on Nov 23, 2013

    WOW wish I could give this six stars, what a great game. You have your basic adventure game, with a nice storyline. I like the fact that your game is timed, but your not on a timer so you can just relax and enjoy. There is also a zen side with ten different variations of solitare games using mahjong tiles. Plus you can also make your own layouts. The graphics are wonderful ,you have many choices of beautiful backgrounds and mahjong tiles. I don't listen to games, but am sure it is probably well done as well. Overall this is a great game for the whole family. See more See less