MahJong

Developer: baKno Games

Current Version: 6.1.0

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 149.8 MB - Download

Description:

MahJong generates random tile arrangements that gives you infinite game possibilities for this Chinese-inspired favorite.

Featuring 10 different tile and table sets, each tile is a delightful, hand-designed work of art, showcased in a 3d view with board rotation and zoom to capture every angle.

Select and match pairs of open tiles to remove them from the board, exposing layers of tiles below for more matching. The goal is to match every pair to fully clear the board. Outstanding music completes the experience that will transport you eastward.

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Release Notes:

Minor fixes

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 4.8.1
Review by mjseik

No quirks, just great artwork and music - NOTE: the images shown above are outdated, and definitely don't do the artwork justice. The current version is beautiful in full-screen or windowed mode (I'm viewing it with 1920x1200 resolution). The default board view setting is looking straight down on the board, and you never have to move it if you don't want to. No more spinning board, which was certainly easy to stop, but apparently bothered some players. You can angle the board just by right-click (or ctrl-click) dragging to rotate or angle the board for real 3D viewing. The music and artwork are unlike any mahjong game I've ever encountered, and far superior. It is an audio-visual experience that takes me away from the mundane and tacky and into this mellow, happy place. I often become irritated or bored with mahjong games; this is the one exception. Thanks to the developers.

Found helpful by 8 out of 8 people
1/5
Version 6.0.2
Review by werling

Disappointing - Looked like this could have been a good Mahjong game, but not even half way through I was unable to finish even one game before it wanted me to buy it. Tried again with the same results. Think there is a time limit on how far you can get before it wants you to purchase it. Developer should consider letting you at least finish a game to decide if you like it.

Found helpful by 15 out of 16 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 6.1.0
Review by iMacMomma

I Like It! - Of the 7 or 8 free Mahjong games I’ve tried, this one is definitely the best. Heck, I’d even pay money for it!

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