As the game suggests, this is a faithful reproduction of Mahjongg Solitaire as it would be played with a physical Mahjongg set. Identify and select identical pairs of open Mahjongg stones to clear them from the stack. Remove the entire stack within the time given
You have 20 minutes to clear as many stacks as you can.
There are no hints or shuffles in this game. Good luck!
Choose the aesthetic of your stack from 10 different tile sets.
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Original Mahjongg Solitaire Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Clear pairs of identical stones until the stack disappears. Remove as many stacks as you can before the timer runs out.
Starting the Game
On the welcome screen, select play to begin.
Select Help to learn the game’s rules and controls.
Select High Scores to view the leaderboard.
Use Select Tile Set to pick which of the 10 designs you would like to use for the Mahjongg stones for your game.
Use the drop-down list on the bottom left corner to select the game’s language.
Your web browser automatically saves your game’s progress.
With your mouse, left click on the stones to select them.
Tap on the stones with your fingers to select them.
Controls and indicators:
Remaining open matches
Number of tiles remaining on the level
Remaining gameplay timer
Speaker button: Turns the game’s audio effects on or off
Enlarge button: switch between embedded play and full screen mode.
Music button: Turns the game’s music on or off
Levels are not numbered in this game.
Each time you finish one level, you unlock a new one.
Every level has a time limit:
You start off with 20 minutes on the timer.
Each subsequent level builds on the time you have left from the previous one.
If it took you 8:12 to beat the first level you would start the second level with 11:48.
And then if it took you 7 minutes to beat that level you would start the third level with 4:48.
Select identical stones (tiles) to remove them from the stack.
You can only remove pair free stones:
Free stones have no stone on top of them and at least one side (left or right) without an adjacent stone.
The game does not highlight free stones. You must determine them based on their position on the stack. This can be difficult as the stack design can be deep and isometric with some columns overshadowing others.
Seasons can match with any other season stone.
Flowers can match with any other flower stone.
All other matches must be identical.
Clear as many stacks as you can before the timer runs out.
You have 20 minutes to clear out as many stacks as possible.
Each level uses a shared time limit.
The time left after you finish the first level is the time you have for the second.
Keep playing as many levels as you can.
This game is reminiscent of a real-world mahjong solitaire game.
There are no automatic shuffles.
There are no hints or options for manual shuffles.
When you run out of time or run out of valid moves, it’s game over.
Each pair you clear is worth 40 points.
Your final score is the cumulative score you earned from all the levels you managed to play.
After the end of the game, you have the option to save your final score on the leaderboard.
There are no hints or shuffles in this game, so you must pay close attention to your clearing order.
Don’t go for the obvious unless it is also strategic.
Always consider what tiles you need to remove to clear other tiles.
Remove the tiles from the highest columns and widest rows first to free up more tiles.
Focus on whittling down the taller parts of the stack to make other tiles easier to see.
Track what happens to the remaining open moves count whenever you make a tile pair.
If it goes down by one it means none of the new tiles you surfaced or opened are matchable in new sets.
If it stays the same as before you made the move it means you can play one of the tiles you surfaced or an adjacent tile you set free.
If it goes up by one that means both positions contain tiles that make parts of new valid pairs.
The game is suited for players who like Mahjongg 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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