Worlds Greatest Temples Mahjong

Learn about the great temples of the world as you play through impressive Mahjong levels in World’s Greatest Temples Mahjong! As you play seven different game modes and multiple levels you will learn fascinating facts about beautiful temples. Put your mahjong skills to the test and use special abilities to clear the screen in this gorgeous Mahjong puzzle game!

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Balance Mahjong requires you to match tiles of either blue or red, keeping the balance bar equal red then blue then red etc if the balance bar reaches the maximum point, game over. This game is untimed at least in the demo , but you get stars depending on your score. Solitaire Mahjong requires you to match tiles of the same suit that equal the number 14, Kings are worth 13, Queens 12, Jacks 11, Aces 1 and the rest face value. I was getting used to the first type when they switched me to another one. There are 7 variations, 5 of which are new: Classic Mahjong Bottom Tile new - find pairs based on framed tiles Domino new - match colour. Great Wall Mahjong requires you to remove two matching tiles, but the tiles must be on opposite sides of the wall in the middle, AND they must equal the number 7 combined. For starters, this is the first time I've ever seen a customizable difficulty setting for Mahjong. LOVE the options on how you wish to play eg relaxed etc.. I couldn't get through the hour trial. I found the music, colors, tiles, etc. For the above reason it's a no buy for me but great for those without math issues. I bit too fast for me, but maybe mahjong veterans will enjoy that. When there is another sale I will purchase this game. Music a little repetitious so I turned it way down. Date published:


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You can earn up to three gold stars per layout, extra points are given for speed matches, and there is a meter that shows how many matches are consecutively achieved, pausing will stop the meter. Tiles must also equal 7 Poker new - this is a fun variant, matching pairs and trying to complete the poker table, e. For starters, Worlds Greatest Temples Mahjong is the first time Worlds Greatest Temples Mahjong ever seen a customizable difficulty setting for Mahjong. Memory Mahjong requires you to turn over one of four tiles shows for Wrlds seconds at the bottom over and find the matches on the board. A familiar variant that appeared in different forms in the other games. Great, I can easily add pairs up to equal 7. For the above reason it's a no buy for me but great for those without math issues. Delighted to find a game that is totally Luxor HD instead of same old same old. It depends on what you want out of a game - relaxed, easy to finish or a bit of a challenge. Dark khaki, medium brown, yellow brown, blue and bluish green. Balance Mahjong requires you to Greateet tiles of either blue or red, keeping the balance bar equal red then blue then red etc if the balance bar reaches the maximum point, game over. Shuffle Mahjong is basically speed mahjong, the tiles will shuffle if you do not remove a pair of tiles within 10 seconds. Great, I can easily add pairs up to equal 7.

I couldn't get through the hour trial. Having played the previous 2 in theseries, I hoped for soe improvements. Solitaire Mahjong requires you to match tiles of the same suit that equal the number 14, Kings are worth 13, Queens 12, Jacks 11, Aces 1 and the rest face value. Shuffle Mahjong is basically speed mahjong, the tiles will shuffle if you do not remove a pair of tiles within 10 seconds. For starters, this is the first time I've ever seen a customizable difficulty setting for Mahjong. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Lionessa from Disappointing I really enjoyed the previous games in this series and bought it without trying it out first. There is the Traditional Mahjong where you simply match available free tiles and remove the hidden Gold tiles. You have the options of a Casual setting that has no timer and shows all available tiles, Normal setting gives you ample time to finish the level, shows all available tiles and the hint and shuffle features recharge slowly, the Expert setting only gives you a small amount of time to finish each level, free tiles are not highlighted and the hint and shuffle features recharge very slowly. This can be off-putting for some who just like plain old Mah Jong, but I enjoy it. Great Wall Mahjong requires you to remove two matching tiles, but the tiles must be on opposite sides of the wall in the middle, AND they must equal the number 7 combined. Wish they would have more of these. Some of these games are quite challenging, and the only one I found to be somewhat boring was the traditional Mahjong. Date published: Once I got used to the rules, this became one of my favorite game types. I found it boring and was sorry to have purchased it.

Logic - match tiles based on logical connections. For the above reason it's a no buy for me but great for those without math issues. The game Worlds Greatest Temples Mahjong be difficult for someone who has not Zumas Revenge any in this series before. Great, I can easily add pairs up to equal 7. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gatadepana from A Different Mahjong I almost did not try this mahjong game, I thought to myself another ho hum game of mahjong. I like the poker one also. I never got less than three stars on the first try that's the most you can get. Delighted to find a game that is totally difference instead of same old same old. It eats up time on the level for no good reason. You have the options of a Casual setting that has no timer and shows all available tiles, Normal setting gives you ample time to finish the level, shows all available tiles and the hint and shuffle features recharge slowly, the Expert setting only gives you a small amount of time to finish each level, free tiles are not highlighted and Fairy Jewels hint and shuffle features recharge very slowly.


Some of these games are quite challenging, and the only one I found to be somewhat boring was the traditional Mahjong. I like the poker one also. There's no timer I played the trial only so maybe one comes in later which is a big plus. Date published: However, if you want a relaxing game with no challenge to just pass the time, this game might appeal to you. There are several different types of Mahjong available and each new type gives you clear directions on how to play. For the above reason it's a no buy for me but great for those without math issues. I always complain that there's never any excitement in a Mahjong game, but this game proved me wrong! So when you are given the levels that require you to pair tiles to equal 14 its a hassle because your brain wants to add numbers together not pictures. Having played the previous 2 in theseries, I hoped for soe improvements. That's really good for replaying your favourite variations. The music while not loud or brassy is quickly tiring but can be muted.

Math is not my forte. When there is another sale I will purchase this game. Some of these games are quite challenging, and the only one I found to be somewhat boring was the traditional Mahjong. Memory Mahjong requires you to turn over one of four tiles shows for 10 seconds at the bottom over and find the matches on the board. You have the options of a Casual setting that has no timer and shows all available tiles, Normal setting gives you ample time to finish the level, shows all available tiles and the hint and shuffle features recharge slowly, the Expert setting only gives you a small amount of time to finish each level, free tiles are not highlighted and the hint and shuffle features recharge very slowly. Once I got used to the rules, this became one of my favorite game types. In another style of matching you are given domino style tiles. Delighted to find a game that is totally difference instead of same old same old.. You also have to match the colors and all the tiles have a washed out tone to them. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Excellent Variety!! WILL be buying.. Well, the tile set is the all too familliar Chinese one which although done very well should've been one of several alternative sets.. Wish they would have more of these. You have the options of a Casual setting that has no timer and shows all available tiles, Normal setting gives you ample time to finish the level, shows all available tiles and the hint and shuffle features recharge slowly, the Expert setting only gives you a small amount of time to finish each level, free tiles are not highlighted and the hint and shuffle features recharge very slowly.

9 thoughts on “Worlds Greatest Temples Mahjong

  1. For starters, this is the first time I've ever seen a customizable difficulty setting for Mahjong. Date published: For the above reason it's a no buy for me but great for those without math issues.

  2. I couldn't get through the hour trial. You get three stars for just completing the puzzle. Colors are much better thn the"Cities" game before it.

  3. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by lotusdk from I dont understand what become of Mahjong - I mean real plane Mahjong? For the above reason it's a no buy for me but great for those without math issues. I found it boring and was sorry to have purchased it. This version of the game requires the matching of logically related tiles, like tree and leaf, or bee and honey. Wish they would have more of these.

  4. When there is another sale I will purchase this game. Overall, a worthy game for mahjong fans both novice and veteran players. The music while not loud or brassy is quickly tiring but can be muted. In another style of matching you are given domino style tiles. Well, I was wrong, this was quite different and lots of fun.

  5. You can earn up to three gold stars per layout, extra points are given for speed matches, and there is a meter that shows how many matches are consecutively achieved, pausing will stop the meter. It depends on what you want out of a game - relaxed, easy to finish or a bit of a challenge. Some of these games are quite challenging, and the only one I found to be somewhat boring was the traditional Mahjong. Give this game a try, surely one of these Mahjong game types will change your mind about Mahjong as well, enjoy!

  6. Solitaire Mahjong requires you to match tiles of the same suit that equal the number 14, Kings are worth 13, Queens 12, Jacks 11, Aces 1 and the rest face value. In another style of matching you are given domino style tiles. I bit too fast for me, but maybe mahjong veterans will enjoy that.

  7. I never got less than three stars on the first try that's the most you can get. I always complain that there's never any excitement in a Mahjong game, but this game proved me wrong! Only 2 of the 7 game styles were fun and traditional Mahjong wasn't even one of them because there are better examples out there. In another style of matching you are given domino style tiles.

  8. Match 3 games are also ruined by hard to differentiate colors. So when you are given the levels that require you to pair tiles to equal 14 its a hassle because your brain wants to add numbers together not pictures. Memory Mahjong requires you to turn over one of four tiles shows for 10 seconds at the bottom over and find the matches on the board. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Excellent Variety!!

  9. Balance Mahjong requires you to match tiles of either blue or red, keeping the balance bar equal red then blue then red etc if the balance bar reaches the maximum point, game over. There is the Traditional Mahjong where you simply match available free tiles and remove the hidden Gold tiles. This game is untimed at least in the demo , but you get stars depending on your score. Memory Mahjong requires you to turn over one of four tiles shows for 10 seconds at the bottom over and find the matches on the board. I always complain that there's never any excitement in a Mahjong game, but this game proved me wrong!

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