Just when you thought Mahjong had been covered on iPhone/iPad, along comes a stylish new Solitaire Mahjong game ready to take centre stage. The game looks incredible on an iPad, but still manages to look and play great on an iPhone or iPod Touch. The game uses a unique random board generator, so every time you start your game, a fresh challenge awaits. The levels can be as small as 32 tiles, or as large as 152! You can play a sequence of expanding boards (with Score, Levels and Lives), or use the random generator to build a custom level to fit your needs. You have full control over the look and feel, the camera Zooming/Scrolling, the size and complexity of the levels, and the guides/hints/suggestions during play. The small 32 tile level and a solution walkthrough for every board is perfect for teaching the basic rules and logic to anyone who has not played the Solitaire or Shanghai variant of Mahjong before. FEATURES: - Unique levels each time you play! - 50 preset layouts if you want to play familiar levels. - Very simple to learn - Small (32 tiles) boards perfect for beginners! - Relaxing game play with no time limits. - Solution walk-through available for every board! - Levels rewind giving you repeat attempts! - Undo and Shuffle feature. - Auto-save and auto-continue - That "one more try" feeling!
This is my all time favorite game. Variety and challenges never stops. Very fun. Played it for years now. Not just for the kiddos!
Love this game but last update won't post my high scores!! The free version will post the high scores.
Still one of the apps I use the most on my phone. I have been playing for years now. I love this game and it's beautiful to look at. **Update—with the iOS 11 update, the in-app leaderboards disappeared from the paid version. I don’t NEED to see who I’m better than to enjoy the game, but it’s a pretty cool feature.
Sure the store already has dozens of Mahjong Tile Matching games, but this one actually offers a few unique twists. 1) The most obvious cool gimmick is right in the name (and why many of you know I have to love it), RANDOM! This doesn't simply mean a layout is chosen randomly but it is created right there on the fly. 2) All levels are guaranteed to be solvable with the right combination of moves. If you manage to solve the level on your first try you'll earn an extra life and a nice point bonus but if you fail it will mean a loss of a life and being forced to reattempt the same layout with the same shuffle (so be sure to remember where you got stuck before so as not to repeat the same mistake). Even if you run out of lives the game will let you still work on solving the board (but for no points). 3) Each successful level will lead you to a new tougher level (more tiles) to attempt until you finally reach your match. 4) There is no timer in this game. Take as long as you want to contemplate your moves. 5) Lastly, a staple in the Shoecake games, you'll get a little evaluation of your score at the end...was it rather weak or unbelievably brilliant? Only the game knows for sure.
This is the best Mahjong game I've found in the app store so far. It has customization options for tiles, displays, "free" tiles, backgrounds and zoom, while still maintaining a clean and appealing user interface. Well done! The graphics are beautiful and the animation is smooth. I love the auto-zoom feature! Three difficulty levels and the use of "lives" when you run out of matches gives the game an arcade feel. It would be awesome if they added a Zen mode with a shuffle option for a more relaxed game play. The sound effects are fine but the option to add background music (either preloaded or from iPod) would be a nice addition as well. Even without these additions though, I'd still recommend this app to anyone who enjoys playing Mahjong.
Developed by Paul Burkey.
Random Mahjong Pro is ranking in Games & Puzzle & Board
Last update was at Jun 11, 2021and the current version is 1.4.2.
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