bfgRhone
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Reviews for Paris Mahjong

[Post New]by bfgRhone on Jun 12, 12 12:37 AM
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bfgRhone
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Re:Reviews for Paris Mahjong

[Post New]by bfgRhone on Jun 12, 12 12:38 AM
Hi Fishies,

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lisablue4369
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Re:Reviews for Paris Mahjong

[Post New]by lisablue4369 on Jun 12, 12 8:37 AM
this game is really fun, if you like mahjong you will love this game.---doug & lisa

 
praireraven
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Re:Reviews for Paris Mahjong

[Post New]by praireraven on Jun 12, 12 8:41 AM
This is my first review, so here goes, I played the trial version,,the tile are very easy to read, (not the tiny little chinese marks)
It starts out with simple puzzles and get progressvely, larger with each level. this game will definately test your powers of observation. believe me!
The music in my opinion must be muted,if you are playing relax mode. The game is timed or not timed, ,it`s up to you. this a so ,so, game, I spend $2.99 for it but not $6.99, If you are looking for a exercise for the old brain,this is for you,

 
ttomm46
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Re:Reviews for Paris Mahjong

[Post New]by ttomm46 on Jun 12, 12 8:48 AM
Couldn't deal with the so so graphics and tile design...tried timed mode, not much time to finish a layout....The tile faces totally turned me off..Cakes..lips..hearts..and boxes..scissors.....some may like this..Annoying music...Uninstalled after 15 minutes

Edited on 06/12/2012 at 8:48:35 AM PST


 
mary102696
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Re:Reviews for Paris Mahjong

[Post New]by mary102696 on Jun 12, 12 9:54 AM
Let me first say that you can change the tile faces to Valentine's day (cakes, wine, etc) colored jewels or classic Chinese tiles.

I think this is a neat little game. I like how there's a story to it. I tried the demo in timed mode but I'm going to have to try it in relaxed mode. Three times I couldn't get the first puzzle done within the four minutes so I'm sure it will get seriously challenging as we go along. Good job developers!

 

Re:Reviews for Paris Mahjong

[Post New]by daisyduck352 on Jun 13, 12 12:28 PM
I thought this was an easy game, it might get harder but I like the other Mahjong where you have golden tiles to find instead of matching all of the tiles.

 
ataloss
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Re:Reviews for Paris Mahjong

[Post New]by ataloss on Jun 13, 12 9:42 PM
This is a cute game and I am enjoying it. The only thing I dislike is the music, It does not suit the game at all. This is the first time I have had to turn the music off...very distracting.

 
GeorgeTSLC
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Re: Reviews for Paris Mahjong

[Post New]by GeorgeTSLC on Aug 22, 12 8:56 PM
This is not a game, it's a pastime.

The fool thing cheats FOR you! I was pretty sure it had been doing that, and decided to test it.

I just managed, by relentlessly stupid play, to get the layout down to a single two-tile pile, so that the top tile was incapable of being matched, in the expectation that I could then use one or more of the "extras". And it divided those last two tiles into TWO PILES so I could match them!

I don't know whether this would have happened in timed mode, but that it happens even in relaxed mode is extremely disturbing. There is such a thing as making a game too hard for me to enjoy it, but this is intolerable the other way.

 
GeorgeTSLC
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Re:Reviews for Paris Mahjong

[Post New]by GeorgeTSLC on Aug 22, 12 9:04 PM
P.S. To change the tile style, you click Menu from inside a layout and choose "Theme".

The Valentines Day tiles you start w/ are amusing tho ultimately silly, and I much prefer "China".

Using the latter set reveals that in this game you need to have pairs of the SAME flower or season, unlike most "mahjong" matching games--and unlike in the actual rummy-like game of mahjong! But since the game is apparently going to cheat for you anyway (see previous post) ...

 
 
 
 
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