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- Mahjong Solitaire: Free online game, play full screen
Mahjong is a strategy game, so it's best to think about your moves before you do them. A good plan to follow is to (whenever possible) only eliminate tiles that free up additional tiles. This will always ensure that you have plenty of resource tiles while playing, so you never get stuck without a move.
Game trailer 655 different levels in this Classic Mahjongg game. Remove all tiles in pairs. You can only select free (highlighted) tiles. You can play for a highscore ("Play") or play all individual levels for the best time ("Level select").
Mj Traditional Mahjong Game
The guided tour leads you patiently through a couple hands. Once it finishes, though, the new game penalizes you for incorrectly claiming a tile, which seems harsh. The music sets a mood, although we would have liked a more serene color scheme. When you start a new game, you can set options such as which set of rules to follow. The downloadable Flash tutorial teaches you about game variations and tile suits. The trial version deals only two hands per game, but we found that enough to get us interested. Fans of mah-jongg solitaire should try Four Winds Mah Jong.
Mahjong Solitaire is a tile matching puzzle game. You may click on any "free" tiles (those that are on the edge) to select them, and match them with other free tiles with the same face to eliminate them from the board.
Beat Mahjong by eliminating all tiles.
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Mahjong Solitaire: Free online game, play full screen
Between the guided tour and the online tutorial, Four Winds Mah Jong teaches you how to play competitive mah-jongg. Essentially, it's rather like a game of rummy, wherein three players get 68 tiles and the dealer gets 69, discarding one. You form a hand with one pair and four groups of three tiles, either matching or in sequence in suit. Each run of three is called a chow. Three-of-a-kinds are called pungs , and four-of-a-kinds are kongs. You can only claim a discarded tile if you can immediately form a chow, a pung, or a kong.