Happy Pairs (Supervision)

Happy Pairs Supervision Title screen.


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Happy Pairs is a tile-matching puzzle game based on the Japanese game Shisenshō. Similar to the well-known Shanghai, the object is to remove tiles from the board in matching pairs until the entire board is clear. Pairs can only be removed if they can be connected by a line with no more than two turns. The game is timed, and if the time runs out, the puzzle must be restarted. It is also possible to have the computer find a match for you, but this can only be done a limited number of times. The game includes more than a dozen different backgrounds, each representing a different location around the world, and several dozen different puzzle layouts to solve.


Happy Pairs Supervision Distance doesn't matter so long as there's a clear path between the tiles.
Happy Pairs Supervision World map. Each location has a different background.
Happy Pairs Supervision This can happen if you aren't careful with your matches.
Happy Pairs Supervision First puzzle at the North Pole.

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雷堂嬢太朗 -raido.jotaro- (60765) added Happy Pairs (Supervision) on Jan 07, 2013