Moraff's SphereJongg is yet another of our fantastic mahjongg games and a favorite among Moraff fans since 1995. This unique board layout has tiles shaped more like spheres, or as some would say marbles, placed on a photographic quality background.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Moraff's SphereJongg is yet another of our fantastic mahjongg games and a favorite among Moraff fans since 1995. This unique board layout has tiles shaped more like spheres, or as some would say marbles, placed on a photographic quality background. Included with this newest game is a layout editor - now you can create your own layouts! This new version also includes a completely redesigned tile maker program, image browser, background browser, layout selector and more! The spheres have 3D shading, letting you spot at a glance which are available for play. The objective is to eliminate all the spheres by selecting exact matches. Options let you select different layouts, backgrounds, tilesets and cursors, get hints, undo wrong moves, play timed games, and track statistics. Digital sound effects and soothing background music add to the fun. The game spheres can be stacked in three or four row layouts, with large or small spheres in different colors and textures. Your task is to match available spheres to clear them from the board and reveal the background picture. Options include multiple layouts, multiple backgrounds, and two sets of spheres. If you get stumped, use the Hint button to flash available matches. The Undo option can back you up, but you're playing against the clock, so keep searching for pairs. High scores and tile counts are maintained, and sound effects and background music can be toggled.
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