The original Chinese Mahjongg game is thousands of years older than the chess. Its origins are attributed to the famous philosopher, Confucius, who traveled through China provinces near 500s BC, populating his doctrines, sights, and the game. He called the new game «Mahjongg» (hemp bird) simply because he loved birds.
The traditional Mahjongg is very widely spread in its homeland. The game even appears to be a part of a wedding ceremony in some provinces of China. However, the games rules are so complicated and require players to be so «Eastern-thinking» that for centuries Mahjongg was almost unknown in the Western world.
Only in 1981, the man named Brodie Lockard created the «Computer Mah-Jongg», which became also know as «Mahjongg Solitaire», and opened the enthralling Mahjongg world for the computer-aided Western gamer. This games rules are simple you have an initial figure of colorful cards, and your goal is to clear the field by eliminating the neighbor-free cards with the same «season» or color.
Today I want to present you Amazing Mahjongg 3D the ancient Eastern game adopted for the modern player, with impressive 3D graphics of the XXI century. It allows you to play the good old game on top of a beautiful background with pretty tiled cards with 3D changeable layout, and realistic lightening. Feel yourself a philosopher!
Amazing Mahjongg 3D 1.4.0 A traditional Chinese game for centuries, Mahjongg combines elements of skill, strategy, memory, and intuition into a challenging game of patience. This is a single-player 3D
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