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    Christmas Mahjong



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    Christmas Mahjong

    Post by genkicoll on Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:56 am

    Christmas Mahjong
    by 8Floor Games - December, 2012

    Available at:
    Big Fish for PC and Mac

    On this wintry night you can plunge into the magic of the traditional Christmas story in the spirit of Dickens and play mahjong in six unique locations! Earn trophies and use special golden tiles and rare wandering tiles to earn more points on your rise to victory. Complete over 100 unique levels in six unique locations, discover classic and dynamic layouts, and collect heaps of gifts on Christmas night! Give yourself the gift of Christmas Mahjong and all the trophies will be yours!

    • Over 100 Christmas-themed levels
    • Over 6 hours of gameplay
    • Bonuses and trophies

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    Re: Christmas Mahjong

    Post by JustTheFacts on Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:07 am

    Pleasant Christmasy Game

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    This Christmas-themed has only some of the standard features I would expect in a mahjong game. What does have is:

    • 20 different boards  x 6 locales (from Newbie to Grand Master) = 120 levels
    • Shuffle and shade blocked tiles bonuses
    • 3 types of tiles – original, Christmas and large print
    • High scores and Achievements
    • Colourful Christmas backgrounds
    • Pleasant almost Christmas music

    To progress through the levels you must meet the goals set for each board. These are:

    1. Remove a certain number of gold tiles
    2. Receive so many points (points are awarded on time taken between moves and involve a multiplier)
    3. Complete the board in a set number of moves

    The board is finished once the number of gold tiles is complete. Points can be multiplied by increasing the speed of your play, the moves set are not necessarily the minimum possible (yet at least), but they are a challenge after the first few boards. If you do not reach all the goals in one try, say you didn’t have enough points but the other goals were reached, you can replay it focussing on the points and no need to repeat your performance on the other goals.

    What I didn’t see was an indication of the number of matched pairs were available. I really love this feature, so this game has lost its appeal for me.

    If you are looking for a Christmas themed game, this is fine, but nothing extraordinary.

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