This is a timed travel-themed Mahjongg Solitaire game. Choose to play in Journey, Casual, or Challenge mode.
Journey mode has you play through 50 levels of increasing complexity in linear order.
Casual plays similar to Journey, except there are 365 different board layouts and rather than there being a timer that counts down levels instead track how long it took you to beat them.
Challenge mode is not a game of Mahjongg Solitaire, but instead a game of Mahjongg Slide. Collide identical stones together to remove them from the board.
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Mahjongg Journey Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Starting the Game
Select the Play button on the right side of the welcome screen to bring up the game mode menu.
Select to play either Journey, Casual, or Challenge.
Use your mouse left click button to select an open stone, then select an identically matching open stone to remove the pair from the stack.
Tap the screen with a finger to select an open stone, then select an identically matching open stone to remove the pair from the stack.
Controls & indicators
The right rail contains the game controls.
At the top it shows your current level number, level score, and remaining level time.
At the bottom there are 6 buttons to take hints, shuffle tiles, pause the game, switch to full screen mode, control game sound, and control game music.
Journey Mode Game Play
The stones you match generally need to be identically matching. The exception are flag tiles.
Any of these flags can be matched with each other:
Set 1: China (red with a star in the corner and other stars near it), United Kingdom (red, white & blue union jack), Italy (green, white & red), & South Korea (white with blue and red Taegeuk in the center & black bars around the Taegeuk)
Set 2: Japan (white with red dot), Canada (red and white with maple leaf), Vietnam (red flag with single gold star), & United States (blue with white stars, and red and white stripes)
In addition to matching other flags in the same set, you can match 2 of the same flag.
You must match flags within sets.
You can’t match a Japanese flag with a South Korean flag since they are in different sets.
Only free or open stones can be matched.
A free stone is defined as a stone without any stones on top of it and at least one side (left or right) does not have an adjacent stone.
In this game open stones have a lighter background color, whereas stones that are not open have a darker grayed out background.
When you select a tile it is highlighted with a yellow border.
When you select a second tile both are removed if the tiles identically match and are free.
If the second tile does not match the first then the first tile is deselected when you select the second.
When no valid open matches are available the game automatically shuffles the remaining tiles.
This means there is always at least one valid match available.
Automated shuffles do not cost you points.
This game has 50 levels which are unlocked sequentially.
You can go back to previously beat levels on the level select screen to try to earn a better score on them.
Each level has similar stones on it, but has a background picture set in that location.
The first level has 68 stones, which makes 34 stone pairs.
The first stage gives you 2:04 to complete it.
As you progress through the game later stages give you more time, with the limit growing 5 seconds per board.
Your game score is cumulative across levels.
You tend to score more on later levels as the number of stones to match and the time limit both increase.
Each pair of stones you remove from the playing field is worth 100 points.
Each second you have remaining when you beat a level is worth 10 points.
Hints cost 200 points.
Manual shuffles cost 300 points.
Casual Mode Game Play
In Casual Mode there are 365 different board layouts to play.
You can play the boards in any order.
Whenever you beat a level you then go to the next sequential level.
Rather than the timer counting down it counts up.
The casual mode level select screen shows your best time on each board.
Using hints or shuffles impacts your level score, but does not adversely impact your level time.
Gameplay is similar to Journey mode, except you can match flags in both groups together.
Challenge Mode Game Play
The Challenge Mode offers 50 different levels you can play in any order.
Each level gives you 5 minutes to complete it.
The game saves your best level time.
You can go back and replay any previously beat level to try to finish it faster.
While the other 2 game modes are both Mahjongg Solitaire, this game mode is Mahjongg Slide.
In Mahjongg Slide you can move stones in any direction (up, down, left, or right).
Stones move in the direction you push them until they either run into another stone or run into the edge of the board.
You can slide any stone an unlimited number of times.
Identical stone pairs are removed from the game when they collide into each other, or when they both come to rest in adjacent positions.
The game is suited for players who like Mahjongg Solitaire 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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