I've played many Mahjongg games and matched alot of tiles. Well 3D Mahjongg is by far a very casual and enjoyable game to play. The game follows two sets of rules: river rules and classic rules. In river rules, you have to remove the tiles by tapping on two identical tiles in a row. Tiles can only be removed if they are in the same layer, or are not covered by a tile. Also, to connect pairs, the line must not change direction more than twice. Each tile set has 4 identical tiles, as well as 4 special tiles that match but are not identical. These tiles have a darker background to be recognized easier. This rule can be a little confusing when you are playing, but after some layouts you get the hang of it. In classic rules, you have to remove the tiles that are not blocked by other tiles, or if there is free space to the left or right of the tile. If anyone has ever played Mahjongg games, then maybe the classic rule would be the best to go with. When you first start the game, only one layout, one tile set, one scene, and one background is available to play. The rest of the layouts, tile sets, scenes, and backgrounds have to be unlocked in adventure mode. The 3D in this game is really good, but sometimes it can hurt your eyes, so it's better to just put it halfway instead of going full blast. The layouts are very unique, and you can see the layouts on both the top and front screens. I like all the backgrounds and scenes too, especially the graveyard and the underwater scene. This game is perfect to play when you are watching TV and just watch to play a relaxing game. The game is available on the Nintendo E Shop for $4.99. So if you love Mahjongg games, this is one you defiantly have to play.
September 13, 2013