This is a tile matching game where players select any two identical tiles to have the tiles above them fall down into place, or swap the places of adjacent tiles to help put sets into positions. The goal of the game is to remove tiles quickly, and try to create matches of 3, 4, or 5 of a kind to boost your game score. This is the sequel to Jolly Jong Blitz, and the only difference between the two games is the ability to select non-matching adjacent tiles to switch their positions.
Select two of any identical tiles from anywhere on the board to remove them, or select any non-matching tiles which are adjacent to swap their positions on the board.
When any pairs or sets are made tiles from the associated columns fall downward, creating space for new tiles to enter the top of the board.
Remove tiles quickly to maximize your score.
Remove tiles strategically so that matches of 3 or more fall into place & either add more play time or multiply your game score.
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Jolly Jong Blitz 2 Mahjong Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Select 2 identical tiles located anywhere on the board to remove them. Remove tiles quickly to score more points from each removal & remove them strategically so that runs of 3 or more identical tiles appear horizontally or vertically to increase your remaining play time or boost your game score. In addition to removing identical tiles, you can select different adjacent tiles to rotate their positions.
Starting the Game
Select the Play button on the game’s welcome screen to start the game.
Near the Play button are buttons for how to play Help, High Scores, and More Games.
The lower left corner of the welcome screen has a language select drop down.
The lower right corner of the welcome screen has buttons for social sharing and reading game developer information.
Use your mouse left click button to select a tile & then select another identically matching tile to remove the pair. The matches you make manually need not be adjacent.
Select adjacent non-matching tiles to swap their positions on the board.
Tap a tile on the screen with a finger and then tap an identical matching tile to remove both.
Tap two adjacent non-matching tiles to swap their positions.
Controls & indicators
A meter at the top center of the screen shows your remaining play time.
Your current score is shown on the left side of the screen.
The right rail has buttons to control game sound, control game music, pause the game, and switch to full screen play.
The game over screen shows your final score and a graph of your scoring progress throughout the game.
This is a single-level game where players have a minute to score as many points as they can.
The playing field consists of an 8×8 grid containing 64 gems.
In this game you can match any identical set of two tiles no matter where they are located on the board.
The tiles need not be open or adjacent.
The tiles you match must be both the same color and shape.
As you make sets the remaining tiles fall downward, which can create a chain reaction making other sets.
You can swap the positions of any non-matching adjacent tiles.
Swaps do not require you to make a matching set in order to be considered valid.
You can repeatedly swap a tile with other tiles to move it across the board to make a larger run.
As you remove tile pairs other tiles fall downward, which can create additional sets.
Match 3 in a row to add 5 seconds to your play time.
Match 4 in a row to double your score.
Match 5 in a row to quadruple your score.
The score multipliers apply to the pre-existing score you have at the time the match is made.
Automated matches must be horizontal or vertical.
Diagonal matches do not count.
When you are trying to make longer match sets it is generally easier to make horizontal sets since you can obtain a match from columns on either end, versus trying to make a match in the middle.
Technically to make a match of 5 in a row the move will almost always require to be horizontal instead of vertical as matches of 3 or more are autoplayed.
To make a match of 5 you end up needing to move the center tile into position in the set.
When you remove tiles you may score points.
If you remove an individual isolated set of tiles you do not score, however if you remove multiple pairs in rapid succession you score points on every set after the first based upon the amount of time it took you to make each subsequent set.
You can also score points based on the above matching of 4 or 5 in a row.
Whenever you make moves adjacent matches of 3 or more are automatically completed by the computer.
Identical adjacent cells are not autoplayed by the computer if the match is 2 or fewer.
Autoplay can set off a chain reaction of multiple consecutive sets.
When the game ends it shows both your final score, and how well you progressed scoring points throughout the minute of game play.
The game is suited for players who like Mahjong tile matching games.
Free Online Jolly Jong Blitz 2 Video Game for Children & Adults Screenshots
Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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