Mahjong Holidays 2006

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  • Create custom boards.
  • Holiday art and music.
  • 34,000+ layouts.
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7/8
  • CPU : 600MHz or faster Processor
  • Memory : 128

Review for game Mahjong Holidays 2006

It's time to ring in the holidays with Mahjong Holidays 2006. Break out the eggnog, throw a log on the fire, and settle in for some real mahjong fun! This festive version of a classic game will delight everyone. With three gameplay modes to choose from, your holidays can last even longer.

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Genre : Mahjong

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

Date release

December 8, 2006

Game Rank

1532 points

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GREAT...WONDERFUL...TERRIFIC
December 10, 2012

This is the first game I purchased from BIG FISH. I played it all the time. It has holiday music and Christmas themed tiles. There are endless variations to the game shapes. They also have a selection of games from various gamers. I'll be replaying it this year. Fun....fun...fun !!!

Happy Holidays...!!!
December 22, 2011

This will not DISAPPOINT ...! I love a couple of hours playing Mahjonng, considering i only played the free trial ,i really couldn't wait for trial to finish ,so i could get more n' more.. so many boards and tiles to choose from. This game will deffo keep me going , well into 2012...

Loads of fun
November 30, 2011

If you love Mahjong then you have to have this one too.You never run out of new game boards it seems.I have been playing for months and have never played the same board twice.You get to choose the tiles and there are color tiles that make it easier to see.It has a nice big layout.The only thing I find annoying is the sound track which sometimes plays the same song over and over.You would think it would have had nicer Christmas music seeing as this is a "specialty" version of the Eternity game.

Sore Eyes!
August 12, 2012

Good game, but one of the Christmas layouts (which I played on a large puzzle board) had SO many different tiles (had to be at least a dozen Santas!) that I squinted the whole way through trying to match them. My eyes have gone fuzzy! There are a ton of different layouts, but I already own Mahjong Towers Eternity, and they are the identical layouts, so I can't see basically buying the same game. I would have considered buying this if not for owning the other game.

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