Liong: The Dragon Dance

  • 100+ levels to enjoy.
  • Gorgeous graphics.
  • 2 game modes to play.
  • Continue the magic inLiong: The Lost Amulets
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 31

Review for game Liong: The Dragon Dance

It's Mahjong with a Puzzle Twist! The magical Liong dragons have been stolen and you must save the day. Use your matching skills to stop the Liongs before they reach the gate! Along your journey, you'll visit hundreds of unique locations and collect an assortment of beautiful masks, amazing awards, and clever fortunes. Featuring 2 game modes, 100+ levels of game play, beautiful graphics, and dancing Chinese dragons, Liong truly is a Mahjong and Puzzle game unlike any other.

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Genre : Mahjong

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

Date release

July 8, 2007

Game Rank

2102 points

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Best mahjong I've ever enjoyed
September 17, 2012

I love mahjong as a genre, but these (both) Liong games are unbeatable for sheer beauty, variety, luxe, enjoyment. I would like a few extra seconds to enjoy viewing backgrounds after a round is completed, rather than having the round close out of sight, simply because the eye candy throughout is so yummy. Not the most difficult levels, BUT I have not played through expert levels yet, so I may have to retract that point. I just hope, pray, wish for more versions of these delightful, stunning Liong mahjong games, I am totally addicted. Thank you, game developers ... you done great!!

Best Mahjong I've Ever Played!
March 30, 2013

Beautiful graphics and soothing music nicely balance the super-challenging timed play. Took some time to master difficult mode, but well worth the effort.

Great variation on Mahjongg Games
April 18, 2012

I love Mahjongg games and particularly like it when game developers come up with new twists on the Mahjongg formula, and in this game they did a fantastic job. I ususally play the untimed version of games because I don't like to be rushed, so I was initially worried that I wouldn't be able to keep up with the moving dragon, but I found a "Slow-motion" feature on the options menu that allowed me to keep up with no problems. I love the graphics on this game, too. If you like the color and styling of Oriental art, you will like the visual look of this game. Definitely a winner. I also loved the sequel "Liong: The Lost Amulets" (see my review for that game for details).

I love this game
February 21, 2012

Not only is this game beautiful, it is fun. It has a variety of modes. I'd like to see more games from this company.

Lush settings, great solitaire game
January 17, 2013

I play it for relaxation and the great visuals. Wish there were more like it. Also play Liong: The Lost Amulets. I have played a lot of good games on BFG site, including a lot of more advanced games, but this is one of my best buys for durability and a pleasant pastime.

mahjong madness
February 23, 2012

For those who love mahjong this is a good game. Beat the dragon by finishing the Mahjong game first. Not for me. The Liong Amulet game is more my style as it gives a variety of puzzles, not just mahjong. Didn;t enjoy the trial so won't be buying the game.

Much More Than Mahjong!
October 22, 2013

This (and the other Liong game) are, by far, the best Mahjong games out there. Challenging and beautifully rendered: I find them mesmerizing. I've had both games for years and still play them every few months, getting hooked on the game as soon as I start again. Different than any other Mahjong game out there.

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