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Games & Puzzle & Board
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Sep 17, 2021
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Boost your puzzle-solving skills in the most adventurous mahjong game filled with brain-teasing quests and exciting town-building features! At the core of the storyline are expeditions in which you'll get to explore mysterious lands, collect treasures, craft artifacts, and build magic portals. All in all, you are about to: * play thousands of mahjong layouts; * enjoy monthly adventure quests (and get new tile sets as a prize); * rebuild a huge Home Estate; * set out on amazing expeditions; * have fun playing with your friends and family. -- Mahjong Treasure Quest offers you a paid subscription that guarantees unique gifts: • An exclusive tile set with pictures of cute pets! • A unique sticker pack featuring your favorite game’s heroine! • Your lives in the game will restore 2 times faster! You can try it all for free! Subscribe now with a trial period. After the 7 free days, your subscription will be automatically renewed, and a payment of $9.99 for the 1st month will be charged from your iTunes account. From then on the subscription will be automatically renewed every month, and the fee will be charged from your iTunes account upon confirmation of the purchase. Your iTunes account will be charged within 24 hours before the end of the current billing cycle, indicating the price of subscription renewal. The subscription will be renewed monthly until this feature is disabled by the user no later than 24 hours before the end of the current billing cycle. The subscription is controlled by the user; its automatic renewal can be cancelled in the iTunes account settings. Cancellation within the current billing cycle is not possible. Privacy Policy: Terms of Use:

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Oct 21, 2017

On one hand this game is really addictive. Forget about the mystery - that whole plot line is basically non existent. The clues are lame and incomplete and you don't get anywhere trying to find Sadie's parents. The graphics are fun and game play is varied with the hunt for different tiles a nice break from the regular game. But on the other hand, this game is stacked against you - I have to believe on purpose. Some games are literally unbeatable - tiles of the same type stacked under each other so there's no way to win. Or tiles stacked in such a way under each other that you will lose because of how the tiles are layered. Or the bonus spin option that never gives you extra time which is what you really need on the hunt for different themed tiles. Or the impossible number of timed games stacked one after another during that hunt - you will always run out of time during those adventures. (I think this changed because I used to be able to win the adventure sometimes)So who wants to play a game that purposely sets you up to lose? Doesn't just make it hard to win but makes it impossible in a systematic way. I'd like the game far better if there was always a way to beat it - otherwise why play? Plus it makes you feel like the game is messing with you. Who plays a game that messes with you?? On the fence with this one.

May 23, 2018

I play several “free” games that have ads and in app purchases. Due to this game not having ads, of course they want you to spend money. I have been able to make progress in all other games I’ve played but this game is very difficult to get anywhere without purchases. I don’t want to make purchases, so I am stuck on level 26 and can’t progress. It’s not even a difficult puzzle but I have played it 20 times now and can never solve it. I would need at least one shuffle boost icon, which the app makes difficult to get, in order to pass this level. Basically you may be able to get one kind of boost a day for free but there have been several days where I didn’t receive any. After completing each level there are boxes that say “you found” above them, and I was hoping to maybe find boosters or something, but those boxes are empty after every level I have completed, even the several I passed with all 3 stars. I have no idea what a player can “find” in a level because I have never “found” anything on any of the 25 regular levels nor the several other side levels I have successfully completed. It can be a fun game IF you are willing to spend money. If not, you will loose your 5 lives in 15 minutes or less and have to quit and try again later in the day or the next day where your new 5 lives will last about another 15 minutes or less. Going to try a different mahjong game, this one just can’t be played for very long at all.

Dec 01, 2018

There are things about this game I like and things that make me want to never play it again. The expeditions are one of my favorite parts of it, but they are literally impossible to beat without spending ridiculous amounts of money. Even if you never slept and worked on them constantly you would never be able to complete them— the material requirements for the bridges are way too high. Even if there weren’t time limits on the expeditions, who wants to spend all their free time cutting grass for days on end? Reduce the material requirements on the bridges to something realistic, take the time limits off the expeditions, and then they’d be playable. So far the experience is really just that you put days of effort into completing them and they finish and disappear and you feel like you’ve wasted all that time. Why not make it doable and give people the satisfaction of finishing something? You could make the next expedition accessible after the player beats the last one. The game also crashes constantly and sometimes refuses to start. The dungeons are also a pain because you have to play them about a dozen times to get a time that’s actually possible to beat. They added this mini game that lets you win custom tiles, which is okay, but why are you adding new stuff when you really just need to fix the stuff you already have?

Aug 28, 2018

When I first came across the game, I wanna thought it was awesome to have a cool Mahjong game with awesome graphics and a storyline. The enthusiasm quickly fades. Then when they introduced the expeditions, I was excited again. Major disappointment as well. The timed levels begin to become unrealistic. You have to play them sometimes ten or more times to get to a reasonable time. You can’t proceed to the next level without completing 3 timed levels. Some levels are designed where there isn’t a way to win without using a boost or until the game decides you can pass. As far as the expeditions, total failure. There are usually 3 bridges in each level that take an upwards of 4-5 days to complete, on an 11 day expedition with several levels. Even if you do purchase boosts, they are still not enough to put a dent in the required resources for the bridges. How fun is that? I spent money on the expeditions in the beginning but once I realized it was still pointless, I stopped. Furthermore, now the “gift boxes” or special trees, etc to earn dynamite are starting to come up empty. Spend 185 starts and get nothing? I am on level 405. Sadly, after this last expedition, I will be deleting the game. I would rather play candy crush or some other mundane game to pass the time. Developers, while you may entice new players, unless you change your model, you will eventually lose them all.

Jul 30, 2017

When I first downloaded this game, I *mostly* loved it. I've always liked mahjong and it was nice to have a different spin to it; rather just playing the boards, there was a storyline. I didn't like how long it took to get new lives, though. When the subscription service started, I was overjoyed. Half the time to get a new life! However this quickly lost its appeal as my subscription kept turning off, but I was still being charged for it. The first couple of times it happened, I told myself it was new, give them a break. Then it kept happening. Most recently I was charged a couple of weeks ago and have yet to have it actually turned on. I sent many emails and told them I'd lose it for a week or so before it was turned back on and they never even offered to refund me for those days/weeks, or give me any incentive to keep it up, like extra lives or boosters. In short, the game itself is fun, but be prepared to run out of quests early on (and have some levels impossible to beat without boosters) and definitely DO NOT waste any money on this game. I was forgiving at first but this is just ridiculous at this point (yes I've since cancelled the subscription). This has irritated me enough that I don't even know if I want to play it anymore, even for free. VERY disappointed!!

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About Mahjong Treasure Quest

Developed by VIZOR APPS CORP..

Mahjong Treasure Quest is ranking in   Games & Puzzle & Board

Last update was at Sep 17, 2021and the current version is 2.27.

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Mahjong Treasure Quest have a 12 602a user reviews.

Mahjong Treasure Quest was released in the App Store. It is developed by VIZOR APPS CORP., who have also released the following apps.

Mahjong Treasure Quest has 12 602 user reviews.​

Mahjong Treasure Quest has an average rating of 4.5. ​The latest version of Mahjong Treasure Quest 2.27​ ​​was ​released on Sep 17, 2021​.

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