GGOTD - Mahjong Secrets

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GGOTD - Mahjong Secrets

Post by Rosaboobie » Sun May 03, 2015 4:30 am

http://game.giveawayoftheday.com/mahjon ... the+Day%29

Plunge into the intricacies of royal life with this all-new Mahjong game! One day the kingdom’s young Princess finds out that she has a twin sister kidnapped many years ago. Help reunite the royal family! Set out on a mysterious journey: solve quests and mini games, enjoy dozens of different layouts and reveal the Mahjong Secrets!
Game Features:

100+ different mahjong layouts;
Bright association-based hidden object scenes;
Fun quests and mini-games;
Reveal the royal mysteries with Mahjong Secrets!
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Re: GGOTD - Mahjong Secrets

Post by draclvr » Sun May 03, 2015 9:15 am

Hmmm... might have to get this one. Thank you, Rosaboobie!
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Re: GGOTD - Mahjong Secrets

Post by Rosaboobie » Sun May 03, 2015 1:11 pm

You're very welcome - I was not sure if there were actually any Mahjong fans on MM!
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Re: GGOTD - Mahjong Secrets

Post by LadyKestrel » Sun May 03, 2015 4:38 pm

I usually play Hoyle's version, but I also have another one on my old computer. Some of my Red Hat group play real mahjong at their senior center. It's evidently quite a strategic game in that you have to group them by pattern and/or number in order to win. It's a bit like rummy but with more variables.
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