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Shanghai '93 Plus (Amiga)

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Shanghai '93 is a shareware Mahjongg game for the Amiga. Players can choose different sets of tiles to use and play the game in two modes: the 144 tile Dragon mode or the 100 tile Camel mode.

Like many other Mahjongg games, players move the mouse across the screen and click on two identical tiles to remove them from play. However only tiles that are exposed can be removed, making the strategy to know what order to remove them in. The game is won when all tiles are removed.

The player's screen always features a menu that allows the game to be restarted, a new game to be created, able to undo a move or finally forfeit the game and peek at the computer's suggested method of removing them.

Shanghai '93 Plus is the registered version of Shanghai '93 and adds extra tiles and extra levels.

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WildKard (12146) added Shanghai '93 Plus (Amiga) on Feb 27, 2010