Mahjong Match

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  • More than 35 levels.
  • Extra power-ups.
  • Relaxing soundtrack.
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 20

Review for game: Mahjong Match

As soothing music surrounds you, a beautiful vista unfolds and a classic Mahjong board slowly appears. That's where the similarity to all other Mahjong games ends in this perfect, harmonious union of puzzle game and classic Mahjong action. All seems familiar until tiles begin to traverse the screen on the conveyor belt below. In one swift move, you'll need to drag the tile to its match on the board above. Move too slowly and the tiles will pile up and your game is over!



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Genre : Mahjong

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

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Mahjong Match
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REQUIRES Windows/MacOS

USD 6.99 0 from 1 sellers In stock
Ages: 3 YEARS & UP

Game Description:

This beautifully-crafted game infuses the classic tile-matching game with soothing music, stunning graphics, and a modern twist.


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Best Mahjong Game Yet!

I've played and played and still get a challenge out of it. It's the best Mahjong game I've ever played.

Excellent Game

With this game you have to play a little at a time because of the concentration.. It's a different kind of Mahjong and you really can get frustrated with this game. It's very challenging that's for sure bur the graphics is excellent and I enjoyed the music. If you want a challenge try this game.

It's OK....

There is no off switch for the tiles moving across the conveyor belt...that is NOT relaxing for me. Too much back and forth trying to match the tiles off the conveyor belt.

simple but challenging

I was frustrated for a while after I bought this game because I was stuck on level 5, but eventually got through. It progresses from fairly mindless to needing real concentration, and you can always choose your difficulty level by having 2 or 3 profiles in progress at the same time. Always a favourite with me!

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