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I love that I have a place to practice deciding which hand to go with and I like watching the other players, it has helped me get faster at determining the tiles not to discard. Although I was very confused once that a player discarded a card they had to have needed until I realized they don’t Mahjong. I do have a suggestion regarding concealed hands. Please remove the Concealed Hands in the Tiles options once the player has has claimed a discard. As is true in the real game, you stop looking at concealed hands if you have called a discard. Thanks again for a great game.
Great game, so fun to play! I have noticed one thing that seems to be a glitch. As the players discard, first me as east then south, west, north (which by the way seems to be the wrong direction and in reading I never see any player other than east having a designated direction) sometimes the discards are attributed to me then south then west then back to south, west, north, and then me again. So I check to see what tile south called and nothing is exposed. The rotation shouldn’t have changed without someone calling and exposing a tile.
I love this game and play it often. I have even encouraged my friends to use this app to learn the card. However, the tiles for the “bots” are way too small, especially the cracks. Before the Apple update this week I could see the numbers on the cracks by using my readers but now that doesn’t even work! This is very disappointing since I paid for this app. I also wonder if the creator of this app has ever actually played mahjong before? Unless they change the size of the bot tiles I might have to look for other versions of this game on different apps.
Eight Bam has done it again. This version of Practice American Mahjongg works perfectly. Displays are crisp and instant. It's a great way to learn the new American Mahjongg Card. The developer continues to improve the app. Practicing on the app provides me with two benefits - I really enjoy playing it and it makes me a better Mahjongg player. There is a wealth of information about each hand you play. In addition, the developer is very responsive. Thank you for one of my favorite apps.
I think there’s real value in seeing that list of possible hands, choosing one, realizing that you might actually win with only 4 of its tiles at the beginning, being able to replay the same tiles with the same or a different hand — it’s called “practice” for a reason. After the Charleston, be sure to turn on the “Bots” tab so you can claim the available jokers.
MahJong Practice 2019 is pattern practice for real American MahJong with Charleston. Play fun, quick games
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The Tile Counting feature assists in strategy decisions. Test your game strategy with the Replay option. This is the best way to learn new cards and new combinations.
A game ends when you mahjong or the wall of tiles runs out. Opponents build valid patterns and exchange jokers but do not declare mahjong.
Use the Help for important details about using app. For beginners, reference Standard American MahJong rules and videos online. You should know basic rules before using this app because rules are not enforced.
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