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Swift Classics: Mahjongg Magic For Windows (Windows)

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Description

Swift Classics: Mahjongg Magic is a single player version of the classic tile matching game.

Unlike many modern versions of the game which focus on just the tile matching and removal elements of the game, this is game adheres to the traditional game.

There are 145 tiles in this game and these are divided into the mountain, the stack of tiles to be matched, and the loose tiles which replace the season tiles during play.

The objective of the game is to complete the great wall by matching tiles on the mountain and removing them. Tiles can only be removed from the mountain if they can be extracted in the direction of the prevailing wind which is either up/down or left/right. At the start of the game when the mountain is built one tile, known as the dead tile, remains face down. Somewhere at the bottom of the mountain, is the joker tile. A game is completed when the player matches the joker to the dead tile.

Completing a game earns the player a quote from Master Chen Hai Yang. However if the player uses the undo feature or reshuffles the tiles the game is considered to be a casual game and this does not earn a quote upon completion.


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Swift Classics: Mahjongg Magic For Windows Windows The options allow the player to customise the game's appearance but not to change the rules
Swift Classics: Mahjongg Magic For Windows Windows The start of a game brings up this game menu
Swift Classics: Mahjongg Magic For Windows Windows The beginning of a game. The player may optionally choose to view the preliminaries in which dice are rolled to determine the direction of the winds and the building of the mountain
Swift Classics: Mahjongg Magic For Windows Windows Here the player has run out of available moves and has shuffled the tiles. This results in a casual game with a plain background.

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piltdown_man (76909) added Swift Classics: Mahjongg Magic For Windows (Windows) on Apr 05, 2012