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Description

Super Real Mahjong PV is the fifth installment in the strip mahjong series. There is no background story in the game; the player is merely introduced to three high school girls - Mizuki, Aya, and Akira - who challenge him to the game of mahjong. The main mahjong mode is that of the one-on-one variety; after each successfully completed round the girl removes a part of her clothing.

The computer versions of the game contain scenes with nudity; among the console versions, the PC-FX one is the only one that similarly lacks censorship. Some of the versions have secondary gameplay modes, such as a team mode in which the player controls three girls and plays mahjong against three others.

Screenshots

Super Real Mahjong PV TurboGrafx CD Getting started. Combinations list
Super Real Mahjong PV 3DO Title screen
Super Real Mahjong PV SEGA Saturn Continue?
Super Real Mahjong PV TurboGrafx CD Intro

Promo Images

Super Real Mahjong PV Logo
Super Real Mahjong PV Screenshot
Super Real Mahjong PV Screenshot
Super Real Mahjong PV Other

Alternate Titles

  • "スーパーリアル麻雀 P V" -- Japanese spelling
  • "Super Real Mahjong P.V FX" -- PC-FX title
  • "Super Real Mahjong P-V Custom" -- PC Engine (TurboGrafx) CD title

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Trivia

Temporary removal from Nintendo eShop

The recent Nintendo Switch port of the game is censored, despite the fact that it is a port of the uncensored Saturn version. This is achieved by shafts of bright white light crossing the screen over sensitive areas. However, after the port was released, it was noticed that some of the nudity can still be seen around the light beams. As a result, the game was temporarily removed from the Nintendo eShop in order to develop a patch with more sufficient censorship.
Contributed to by Chris Powell (7), billybiscuits (1541) and Unicorn Lynx (181648)