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Mahjong World Contest

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Take part in a Mahjong contest. Complete over 100 unique levels of different difficulty and dynamics to gain experience and earn points. Plunge yourself into the myriads of golden tiles! Improve your rank and progress through the game hierarchy.
The main protagonist, who is a real fan of Mahjong, decides to take part in a world tournament of Modern Mahjong Puzzle. The tournament is split into several qualifying rounds. To take part in each round, you will have to achieve a certain rank.
The objective of each level is to remove all of the golden tiles from the game board. There are many such tiles in Mahjong World Contest, which makes the game even more entertaining and adds variety to the level design (e.g. levels with floating golden titles).
Levels are balanced according to the number of suits: there are classic layouts with the full set of 7 suits and there are also levels that can be completed faster due to the limited number of suits.

  • 120 unique levels
  • More than 6 hours of gameplay
  • First-person action
  • 26 trophies
  • Comic-style storyline
  • Stunning 2D graphics
  • Meditation music
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Age rating
10+ Everyone 10+

System requirements for PS Vita

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP SP3 or later
  • Processor: 1500 MHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 3.0 compliant with 1.0GB of video RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 50 MB available space
  • OS: Windows XP SP3 or later
  • Processor: 2000 MHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 3.0 compliant with 1.0GB of video RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 50 MB available space
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Complete 60 levels with the highest score
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Use bonus 250 times
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Earn 180 stars
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Mahjong World Contest reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Mahjong World Contest-A simple, if very nicely made game of this popular Genre. If you don't know it: The Goal is to mine stone Towers with as few Trains as possible. Only couples, i.e. Stones with the same Motif, can be removed. It happens all the time that you need one Stone that is blocked by another, so you should be tactical and not immediately remove the first Pair that catches your Eye. In this Version of Mahjong, you can't take back Trains, but you can have the Tower reshuffled, which often saves you some Moves. After all golden Stones have been removed, you get Points for the Number of remaining white Stones. The Steam achievements are well thought out and by no means achieved in a matter of Hours. There is the only Criticism about the Game here: At Least two Achievements are flawed and do not immediately trigger, even though you meet the Requirements described. But if you continue to Play, the Successes will be credited sooner or later. You have a few Stone sets to Choose from to bring in an optical change. The musical Accompaniment is very coherent and fits perfectly with this Type of Game, although the Pieces of Music are very short and therefore often repeated during longer Play sessions. As mentioned above, the Level Of difficulty is not very high If you Have the Tower reshuffling if necessary. A good Game to relax and absorb some Far Eastern Flair in digital Form.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Game rating: 7/10 Playing Time: About 19 hours for all Achievements Summary: + Collective Cards + relaxing Music + 3 different tile shows + 120 different Levels spread over 6 halls with different Levels of difficulty +/-no free Level Selection/Level only unlock by Solving the previous one-unbalanced Level Rating → two light Levels are very difficult-bugged achievements → late achievements comment: I had no high Expectations than I bought Mahjong World Contest. Much more, it should serve as a Comparison to Mahjong Huntress. I took my first Steps in this Genre at the Time and asked myself the Question: Am I so bad or the Game Mahjong Huntress? Mahjong World Contest surprised me positively and also showed me that I'm not as bad as I thought I was. The Goal of the Game is simple: Remove all golden Stones from the Board. Gems cannot be removed until you click on the appropriate Stone of the same Kind. Required Stones are usually obscured by others and cannot be clickable until they are released. The individual Levels cannot be freely selected. Each successfully completed Level unlocks the next one. The Game has a pleasant Degree of Difficulty, but can be challenging if you want the highest Rating in all Levels. The Level Rating is not always optimal. Just two Levels in the beginner//Amateur hall were heavy. With few possible Moves and high required Score. Many Levels in the Expert Hall, on the other Hand, I was able to solve with 3 Stars right away, although I made Some mistakes, was slow and needed quite a lot of Moves. The Pieces of Music are well chosen; They are calm, relaxing and unobtrusive. They are played in an Endless Loop, but in this Game it doesn't bother. The Presentation of the Tiles is sufficiently large and it can be selected in the Options between three different Types Of tiles. At least two of the Achievements appear to be budged, because these Trigger too late. It concerns VIP chip ErrungSciences ("Earn XXXX Points"). The Achievements are not unlocked with achieving the right Score. It wasn'T until some Time later, with more Points, that I got the Achievements. Verdict: A nice Game for in between. The Gameplay is simple, but fun. Due to the many different Levels, it is not immediately played through. Small Flaws, such as belt-triggering Achievements, are present but do not interfere. A clear Recommendation for Fans of this Genre.
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