(DSiWare)

5-in-1 Mahjong (DSiWare)

Game Profile

Play Standard mahjong without all the bells and whistles. You can choose from more than 300 layouts or try different variations of the game. In "Countdown," you only have 20 minutes to clear the tiles.

With "Remember," you can train your memory as every tile is only briefly visible. Don't dally in "Shuffle" mode - the board will rebuild itself if you don't make a match in time.

In "Match" you simply need to search for particular tiles. The tile images are strikingly sharp, making them easy to recognize. Choose your favorite tile design, plus enjoy the great soundtrack and high-quality animation that create an authentic gaming experience. Challenge yourself with a range of difficult layouts. If you are stuck, hints will help you out.

Game Review

Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Zach Kaplan

Overlooking this would be mah-wrong

cerasus.media specialises in telling you exactly what you're getting and giving it to you with no frills. It's questionable that they'd apply that strategy to game that already has four versions available in the DSi Shop, three of which are also priced at...

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User Comments (1)

grumblegrumble

#1

grumblegrumble said:

Good review. I just may pick this up with some spare points I have sitting around, I loved 3-D Mahjong and I love that game in general.

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