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This is a timed 27-stage Mahjong Solitaire game where players must remove stones in the correct sequence.

  • Observe the sequence at the bottom of the screen.
  • Remove stone pairs matching the sequence from left to right.
  • Clear the board or at least complete the sequence before the level timer runs out.
  • A free cell is given to the right of the board allowing you to temporarily store a stone.

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Jolly Jong Journey Mahjong Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions

How to Play

Remove stones from the board in accordance with the sequence shown at the bottom of the screen, working your way from left to right.

  • Starting the Game
    • Select the Play button on the game’s welcome screen to bring up the level select screen.
      • Initially only the first level is accessible.
      • Levels are unlocked sequentially.
      • Your web browser automatically saves your game progress.
    • Underneath the Play button there are buttons for Help, High Scores, and More Games.
    • In the lower left corner of the welcome screen there is a language select dropdown.
    • In the lower right corner of the welcome screen there are buttons for game settings, social sharing, and game developer information.
  • Game Controls
    • Desktop
      • Use your mouse left click button to select identical open stone pairs to remove them from the board.
      • You can also select an individual stone and drag it to the free cell on the right.
    • Touchscreen devices
      • Tap the screen with a finger to select stones.
    • Controls & indicators
      • Along the left side the game shows buttons for sound control, music control, and full screen mode.
      • Underneath those 3 buttons on the left it shows your current level score, remaining level time, and what level number you are on.
      • In the top right there are buttons to pause the game and take hints. You can take up to 3 hints per level.
      • Under the hints button there is a Free Cell which can be used similarly to a Free Cell in the Solitaire card game by the same name.
      • The level select screen shows your score and star rating on each level you have completed.
  • Game Play
    • Open stones
      • Open stones (or tiles) are stones which have at least one side (left or right) clear and no stones directly atop them.
      • You must match only open identical stones.
      • Stones which are open have a brown background color, whereas stones that are not open have a blue background color.
        • Stones which are not open can not be selected.
        • Open stones turn green when selected.
      • You can temporarily store an open stone in the free cell position to the right side of the board to open up its match & then pair off a stone from the board with the stone stored in the free cell position.
        • The free cell can be used at any time, matched at any time, and can be used repeatedly after clearing its contents by pairing the stone inside it with another identical stone.
    • Sequence
      • The sequence at the bottom of the screen indicates the order you must remove stones from the board.
        • The current stone set you are working on at the bottom has a yellow highlight border around it.
        • Stones which have yet to be paired off appear blue at the bottom & the stones you have already match have a brownish background color.
      • Violating sequence
        • You can temporarily place a stone in the free cell without violating the order.
        • In some cases you may need to pair off a stone set to the right of the current stone pair you are matching.
          • When you do this, the set does not count toward your journey progress.
          • As long as another match remains on the board for that set type you can still beat the level.
      • Stones which do not appear in the sequence at the bottom of the screen can be removed at any time.
        • You score extra points for clearing these other stones, but you can beat many levels while leaving stone pairs on them.
    • Levels
      • This game has 27 timed levels.
      • Levels are unlocked sequentially.
      • Each level has a unique timer and board layout.
      • The first level has a 1:08 time limit & the time limit increases as you advance through the game and play more difficult levels.
      • You can replay levels at any time to try to earn a better score & a higher star rating on them.
      • You can beat levels after the timer reaches zero, however doing so will mean you do not score a time bonus.
      • When you beat the final level you can click on “end game” to end the game, or select “back” to go back to playing the game & replay any of the levels.
    • Scoring
      • Your game score is cumulative across levels.
      • You score points by removing stones in rapid succession.
        • Quicker chains lead to higher scores.
      • You also get a timer bonus for finishing the level with time left on the clock. Each second remaining is worth 30 points.
    • Strategy
      • Work on the tallest columns and widest rows first to help open up the playing field.
        • When stones are on top of each other you can see how keep the columns are to get a relative idea of how deep the columns are.
      • Clear things out
        • If you can not make sets using the next stone in sequence see how much of the board you can clear off of by using stones that are not part of the needed sequence to help expose other stones.
        • There are a number of basic tile types: dots, letters, numbers, bamboo, and dragons. Most levels only require you to remove one or two stone types as part of the sequence you must remove, so you can quickly remove other stone types without a ton thought as to their play sequence.
      • Use the free cells as needed to temporarily clear off space & enable other plays.
      • If you have two options to use for completing a pair and one of them is part of a deep column or wide row use it first. Conversely, if you have an isolated stone that can be part of a set try to use another pair match first if it still exists.
  • Target Audience
    • The game is suited for players who like Mahjong Sequence tile matching games.
    • The game has no adult themed content.

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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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