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[Game] Mahjong Solitaire (Free) for Windows

Mahjong Solitaire (Free)
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Mahjong Solitaire (Free)

Type:
Category:Card & board
File size: 12/7/2012
Operating System:Microsoft Windows
Released: 12/7/2012
Publisher:
License:Free

System Requirements

Minimum
Your device must meet all minimum requirements to open this product
OSWindows 10 version 10240.0 or higher, Xbox One, Windows 8 Mobile, Windows 8.1
Architecturex86, x64, ARM, ARM64
NotesNot specified

Recommended
Your device should meet these requirements for the best experience
OSWindows 10 version 10240.0 or higher, Xbox One, Windows 8 Mobile, Windows 8.1
Architecturex86, x64, ARM, ARM64
Notes1GHz CPU;1GB RAM

Overview:

Mahjong solitaire is a solitaire matching game that uses a set of Mahjong tiles rather than cards. The computer game was originally created by Brodie Lockard in 1981 and named Mah-Jongg after the game that uses the same tiles for play. Lockard claims that it was based on a centuries-old Chinese game called “the Turtle”. However, it was not until Activision released Shanghai in 1986 for the Macintosh and Apple IIgs that the game gathered momentum. A version of this game was also included in the Microsoft Entertainment Pack for Windows 3.x in 1990 and went by the name Taipei. It was subsequently included in the Best of Windows Entertainment Pack. Premium editions of the Windows Vista operating system and Windows 7 include a version of the game known as Mahjong Titans.
As any other successful game, millions of clones have been created on all possible platforms. So why should you give our version a try? We tried to recreate all the fun of original game with 60 different layouts in a tiny download package.
A tile that can be moved left or right without disturbing other tiles is said to be exposed. Exposed pairs of identical tiles (Flower and Seasons tiles in the same group being considered identical) are removed from the layout one at a time, gradually exposing the lower layers to play. The aim of the game is to clear the layout by pairing up all the tiles. The game is finished when either the layout is empty, or there are no exposed pairs remaining.

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