★ Remove the mahjongs by picking them in [airs in this exciting match game
★ Includes your own personal leaderboard so you can play against your own rank.
★ Built using Adobe AIR.
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Published by Pulado Games, Inc. in partnership with Fupa.com.
* There are no pieces directly to the left or right of the tile you wish to remove.
* There are no pieces directly above any part of it.
A player can only remove the tiles one pair at a time. There are a total of 72 pairs in a game of MahJong solitaire. Like cards, the tiles have standard suits. These suits are Characters, Bamboos, Circles, Dragons, Winds, Seasons, and Flowers.
When matching pairs, Seasons and Flowers are the only suits you do not need to match exactly. Any Season or Flower combination counts as a pair because there is only one of each tile.
When you have no more pairs, the game is over. If you clear the board, you win.
From the menu, you can start a new game or continue an old one. In the game there are options. You can set the display of the number of free pairs, to fix the position of the screen in landscape mode and more.
a solitaire matching game that uses a set of mahjong tiles rather than cards. It is also known as Shanghai solitaire, electronic or computerized mahjong, solitaire mahjong and erroneously as mahjong. The tiles come from the four-player game known as mahjong.
- Player can select game mode/level (Easy, Normal and Hard)
- 40 games in each mode.
- Player user can select type of tiles.
- Player can select the layout shape.
- Player can change the background as he want.
- Undo , Redo, Zoom in , Zoom our, hint and many of functionality
- Shuffle, start new game and restart game in any stage if the game.
Billiard balls vary from game to game, in size, design and quantity.
support Eight-ball, 8-Ball and Straight Pool, user can play against robots or another player.
is played with 16 balls: a cue ball, and 15 object balls consisting of seven striped balls, seven solid-colored balls and the black 8 ball. After the balls are scattered with a break shot, the players are assigned either the group of solid balls or the stripes once a ball from a particular group is legally pocketed. The ultimate object of the game is to legally pocket the eight ball in a called pocket, which can only be done after all of the balls from a player's assigned group have been cleared
In straight pool, the shooter may attempt to pocket any ball on the table. The object is to reach a set number of points determined by agreement before the game. One point is scored for each ball pocketed where no foul is made. A typical game might require a player to score 100 points, meaning at least 100 balls must be pocketed to win. In professional competition, straight pool is usually played to 150 points. Straight pool is a call-pocket game, meaning the player must indicate the intended object ball and pocket on every shot. How the ball reaches the pocket is irrelevant, as long as the called ball enters the called pocket (except on a foul shot).