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    JustTheFacts

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    Mahjong World Contest

    Post by JustTheFacts on Mon Apr 07, 2014 8:26 am

    Mahjong World Contest
    by 8 Floor Games

    Series links: Mahjong World Contest, Mahjong World Contest 2

    Available at:
    Big Fish



    You've been invited to take part in the World Tournament of Mahjong! Complete over 100 unique levels of varying difficulty and dynamics to gain experience and earn points. Improve your rank and progress through the game hierarchy. Become the best Mahjong player the world has ever seen and win the master title in Mahjong: World Contest!

    • Over 100 levels
    • Rank progression
    • Become the Mahjong master!

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    JustTheFacts

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    Re: Mahjong World Contest

    Post by JustTheFacts on Mon Apr 07, 2014 8:27 am

    Well Thought Out ****

    BASED ON FULL HOUR DEMO


    This game looks good. Nothing flash, but colourful and lively. I like the imaginative locations, which represent a casino style setting with a Chinese flavour. I also appreciate the cleverly designed “contest” rules. Working your way up to the top is going to take skill, speed and dedication.

    There are six rooms, each representing the next stage in your progress to the top, each with 10 boards. All boards are doable, not fantasy configurations. To gain access to a room, you must have achieved, on each of the boards, a certain value on 3 different measures:

    1. Removed a certain number of gold tiles
    2. Received so many points
    3. Completed 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.

    The mahjong play itself tends to classic, except you are allowed to shuffle – as often as you wish. The tiles come in 3 styles.

    This is a more challenging game of mahjong than the others I have played on Big Fish, and I think I would probably be unable to get very far. But for a seasoned player, this might be just the thing to liven up the game.

    I recommend this game!

      Zoo Tek Phoenix

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