This is a timed 20-stage Mahjong Solitaire game where players can choose among 5 different tile types.
Clear open tiles from the playing field by selecting identical matching pairs.
Take a hint or shuffle the tiles whenever you get stuck.
Beat each stage before the timer runs out.
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Mysterious Mahjong Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Match open stones repeatedly until the boards are clear of tiles. Beat the clock and play through 20 challenging stages.
Starting the Game
Select the Play button on the game’s welcome screen to begin play.
The welcome screen has a tile select button which allows you to select from 5 different tile layout types.
The welcome screen has a layout select button which allows you to select from 300 different board layout types.
Near the above buttons are buttons to read gameplay help advice, view your high scores, and play other games on our site.
The welcome screen has a language select dropdown in the lower left corner.
The lower right corner of the welcome screen has buttons for social sharing and game developer information.
Select an open tile with your mouse left click button & then select an identical matching open tile to remove both from the game.
Select an open tile on the screen by tapping it with a finger & then select an identical matching open tile to remove both from the game.
Controls & indicators
The right rail has most of the game’s controls.
At the top it shows the current level number, cumulative game score, and how much time you have remaining to complete the current level.
At the bottom there are 6 buttons to pause or play, switch to full screen mode, take a hint, shuffle tiles, control game music & control game sounds.
Both of the two Chinese tile designs are rather distinctive and easy to differentiate between pieces.
The coat of arms tile design and the medieval weaponry designs look far more similar from tile to tile, making them harder to play than the Chinese tiles.
A stone (or tile) is considered open if there is no tile directly on top of it & at least one of its left or right sides is open.
Only open tiles can be matched.
Tiles which are open have a brighter background color & tiles which are not open have more of a grayish background color.
Open stones show a red border when selected.
If you do not pick any tiles for an extended period of time a matching pair will shake or vibrate.
When no matches remain the tiles are automatically shuffled.
The automated shuffling does not cost you a shuffle.
Conversely, this means that if the tiles have not shuffled you know there is at least 1 open match remaining.
If you chose the wrong tile then selecting any other non-matching tile will deselect the prior tile.
Some tiles from taller stacks can obscure part of tiles on shorter stacks. If you can’t find a match it might be because part of the tile is obfuscated.
Generally it is best to go for the widest rows and tallest columns first to open up the playing field, but the unlimited free shuffles makes that less important in this game.
There are 300 different board layouts you can choose to play, but when you play through a game you play through 20 levels.
Each level has a custom time limit.
Early levels have a 4 minute limit & you get more time as you progress deeper into the game onto more complex level designs.
You beat a level by removing all tiles from the playing field.
If there are multiple tiles remaining in a stack & no other tiles remain on the level then the level is also complete as shuffling can not display an open pair if the only remaining tiles are on top of each other.
If you fail to beat a level before the timer runs out you can choose to end your game or try again.
When you replay a level your tile designs will remain the same, but the board layout will change.
Your game score is cumulative across levels.
Each tile match you make is worth 100 points.
Your remaining time when a level is complete is worth 10 points per second.
Requesting a hint costs you 300 points.
Shuffling the tiles costs you 500 points.
The game is suited for players who like Mahjong Solitaire 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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