Sichuan Win Rate

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About this game

Sichuan Win Rate is a mahjong tile game that is popularly known as Shisen Sho, Mahjong Solitaire etc.

This game is free of charge. Enjoy many levels of tasks that use all 136 mahjong tiles, more than 10,000 tasks in all.

Tasks are divided into three levels: simple (30 tasks), moderate (10,000) and difficult (100). There is also a tutorial for first-time players. Players with experience can skip the tutorial and start playing at any level. Feel free to switch levels at any time.

Every move is saved, so you can play for as long or as little as you like and go back to finish it up later.
There is no time limit, so feel free to take your time and think carefully.

If you make a mistake, you can check an example of how the puzzle can be solved, and then try again with the knowledge that there is a solution. Along with your accumulative record for all stages and levels, you will also have records for each course and stage, and be able to check your national rankings in real time.

Collecting points
Get 1 point for clearing a task (even if it is not the first try).
Get 5 points for clearing a task on the first try.

1 hint costs 5 points.

Go back one move
Going back one move costs 1 point.

Animation display times
You can change the length of time a blue line is shown to connect two tiles. If you want to see the entire line linking tiles, you can do it by reducing the amount of white space framing your display screen.

※Game rules
This is a standard type of puzzle game often known as Mahjong Solitaire. Two of the same tile can be linked by a straight line, uninterrupted by any tiles on the board, by making no more than two right-angle turns. The player finds the pair and clicks on both tiles. If the match is a good one, the tiles are removed from the game, making way for other pairs. The player wins when all the tiles are matched and removed. The player loses when no more pairs are possible and tiles are left on the board.

We want to continue to make improvements. Please report any bugs or other problems, and let us know your opinions of and requests for the game.

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Updated on
Jun 9, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

782 reviews
Jerry Scott
August 13, 2020
My favorite shisen sho game because it doesn't fine you for time or accidentally clicking the wrong tile (other apps do this, making them stressful), so it is relaxing despite the high challenge and allows resuming my games much later.
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August 16, 2020
四川勝率をプレイしてくれてありがとう。 高い評価に感謝します。 これからも末永くよろしくお願いします。
Walter Bays
March 20, 2022
No way to mute sounds and ads but to turn off all sound. Uninstall.
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May 28, 2022
A Google user
November 1, 2019
Very relaxing I enjoy playing the game.
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December 2, 2019
プレイしてくれてありがとう。 これからもよろしくお願いします。

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