Asian Mahjong

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  • 6+ hours of gameplay
  • Comic-style storyline
  • Relaxing music
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 1024
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 41

Review for game Asian Mahjong

Unlock over 100 unique levels and earn 26 trophies in Asian Mahjong! Plunge yourself into a myriad of special tiles and discover the magic of this entertaining and challenging game! This one-of-a-kind Mahjong journey dives deep into over 6 hours of exciting gameplay as you continuously improve your rank and discover new challenges in a classic layout. With varied layouts and diverse tiles in each level, this game is sure to keep you on your toes and entertained for hours on end!



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Genre : Mahjong

Match your way through unique variations on the classic Chinese tile game.

Date release

March 15, 2013

Game Rank

1852 points

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Asian Mahjong
March 15, 2013

I love Mahjong but his one isn't it! Too easy and makes it boring..sorry!

Bad timing
March 17, 2013

The problem with this game is the timing. It came a few weeks after Age of Mahjong. I don't like to compare games, but Age of Mahjong has a lot of detail and a lot of imagination. Asian Mahjong is a very simple game. It seems that the developers used the old problem with a different outlook. The visual and the sound quality (seems to me) is excellent but why pay a game that you already have? It is a shame, the graphics is beautiful but will I recommend this game? Well, if this is first for you with Mahjong then yes but if you have other Mahjong games then no. This game with a little imagination can go far.

Boring game
March 15, 2013

Very simple game, average graphics, annoying music. Six levels. The first has twenty different boards and each has a goal: removes a number of special tiles (in pink), earn 500 points. The worst thing is that once you remove the tiles in pink, the game ends. You do not need to pair all tiles. 12 trophies, three categories tiles. Nothing new, nothing exciting. I played 15 minutes and deleted.

LOSER!!!
March 16, 2013

This game is exactly identical to all the other they games they have cranked out. Totally boring with an aggravating tutorial that seems to treat you as if you were an idiot! No extras to collect. There is nothing either exciting, nothing new. Just he others they have walked out of late. I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THIS GAME TO MY DOG!!!! Can't even choose the tiles....why? Because they are identical, totally a BOMB!

Not my kind of fun
March 15, 2013

This is strange. The characters for exit and such is not user friendly and they need to change this game in a lot of ways.

Not my style Mahjong
March 16, 2013

I have noticed that the newer Mahjong games are like this one. I like most styles except this kind, not only can you not turn off the tips but it is timed which is silly with tips on. Also I do not care to look at a lot of the color red so this was exited quickly.

Nothing Special
March 15, 2013

This is a mahjong game that you play one screen at a time. When you finish one the next opens up. You try to get 3 stars for each level but you can move on even if you don't. The back ground music was very soothing, but that's about the only thing I liked. I played 5 differnt screens Of those I managed to get 2 stars on one screen but only 1 on the rest. That tells me the game would soon get to complicated to be enjoyable. There is no hint button, something I find very useful at times. The tiles and background are in a black and red pen and ink style that I found sort of hard on the eyes. This may be okay for the die hard mahjong fan who doesn't have enough of these games already. Other wise, it's nothing special.

SHADES OF GRAY MAJHONG
March 16, 2013

I usually like majhong but this one had nothing to offer. It's not horrible but who wants to just match a couple of gray or pink tiles? It starts out with an automatic tutorial and the levels unlock as you progress. There is a shuffle button and you must earn more shuffles by matching shuffle cards. Just a little ho hum for me.

Simplistic and Boring
March 15, 2013

After 15 minutes of the demo, it wasn't worth my time to continue. Very simplistic, not very attractive looking screens. It's straight tile matching; not easy to get the desired points/stars, but nothing more to it than matching the tiles. There are many, many "Mahjong" games better than this one. (And I hope everyone knows that matching tiles like this is not the real game of Mah Jongg anyway!)

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