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Stone-Jong (Windows)

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Loosely based on a combination of Mahjongg and Dominoes, Stone-Jong tasks the player to remove all tiles from the playing field. Each tile has two images, one on the left, and the other on the right. A starting tile is placed in the Stone Pile, with only one image showing. The player will move tiles that have a matching image (on either side) to the stone pile, where the non-matching side will be the new image to match. If no matches are possible, a new tile can be drawn from the Stone Deck, providing a new image to match. Additionally, a very limited number of reshuffles are available. There is also a "Two Side" mode, which is similar, but with two Stone Piles, (tiles can be sent to either one) and a changed Stone Deck. In this mode, instead of moving tiles from the Stone Deck immediately to the Stone Pile, tiles are placed into a holding area, where they can be used just as tiles in the main playing field.

Bonuses can be found in the levels by matching tiles when they are sparkling. Bonuses include increasing the number of redraws, increasing the number of reshuffles, jokers (which can match any tile), and bonus points. There are 12 one-sided and 10 two-sided worlds included, and each world contains five levels, for a total of more than 100 levels. Later levels have more challenging layouts, and a larger selection of images.

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  • Stone-Jong (product page on the Playful Age website)
qwertyuiop (32541) added Stone-Jong (Windows) on Mar 31, 2011