Mahjongg 3D

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle

Mahjongg 3DMahjongg 3DMahjong (or Mahjongg) is one of the most popular strategy games and a plausible theory suggests that Confucius, the great Chinese philosopher, could have developed the game around 500BC. If Majhong is originally a four players game, a solitaire matching game, Mahjong Solitaire, is available on computers since 1981.

The object with Mahjong Solitaire is to remove all 144 tiles from the play field. There are four of each tile, except for two special tile types, flowers and seasons. Both of these special types have four different tiles each that match with each other. To remove tiles, you must match up like tiles, and they both must be free to slide off the pile to the left or to the right.

You can easily find numerous Mahjong Solitaire versions today on the web: having said that, Mahjongg 3D, developed by Mike Dogan and Mauricio Winges, is definitely one of the best ever released for free.

With 25 different layouts, six sets of tiles and a complete editor to build your own layouts, Mahjongg 3D has almost everything !

Graphics are great and Mahjongg 3D uses dynamic outputs which automatically adjust to the size of the game’s window.

Mahjongg 3D includes a smart speed bonus points system, much more appropriate than the usual countdown provided with matching games, usually leading to some frustration feelings once time is over. The 3D view option is also useful with layouts including hugh piles of tiles and the hint button always helpful when players get stuck…

On the downside, even if music and sounds are nice, they just distract the player. Unfortunately, the music button in the game just turns off the music, so you’ll need to turn off the sound with the computer’s volume control if you just want to relax.

Mahjongg 3D is definitely the kind of flash games we would like to see more often on the web!

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 4.00


2 Comments to Mahjongg 3D

  1. ???????? says:

    Im first yaay !!

  2. Maywee says:

    I’m second….!! Just a comment on the layouts… try different ones to keep your eyes sharp! Some are easier to finish, some are frustrating to get past a few matches and seem impossible..yet, they are. Keep trying. Thanks to the two fellas who worked on making this Mahjong a more interesting puzzle game to solve. (I wish there was a way to continue to another puzzle besides quitting after each one and starting over.)??