2D Mahjong Temple

Experience far eastern Mahjong fun and help the temple principal's daughter in a colorful adventure to retrieve her runaway rabbit. She only looked away for a moment after she fed him when this rascal ran off during the morning prayer! Now hurry and go after this long-eared jester before something happens to him in the wild in 2D Mahjong Temple!

Can't make a move? It just might fill the bill. Just Medimum! There were NO voice overs. So, I ultimately turned everything down. There are two modes of difficulty, Story and Relaxed mode with no time restraints. What I really didn't like was that every time I tried to play, after a few seconds it would say Game Over. It was more challenging to get through some levels than I first thought and this pleased me, since I like some challenges. Just kidding The tiles are none that I've ever seen before. But there is no real challenge to this game, this would be great for the beginner of Mahjong. I did play all the way through the demo


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There are two modes of difficulty, Story and Relaxed mode with no time restraints. Date published: True, Mythic Pearls: The Legend of Tirnanog saved gets you bonus points, but with only one shuffle and no power-ups at least none in the 40 min. Good graphics. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by sahobbs from Not my 2D Mahjong Temple of Tea! All in all, this is a good game — one that might be a good choice for Mahjong fans over the world and a version that mixes perfectly new features like the story with the classic, basic mahjong gameplay. There is no tutorial other than telling you to remove matching tiles that are available on the board. Rated 5 out of 5 by dotty from Must have Just got this game and am enjoying it as their are no hints and you keep playing a game until you get it right. There are NO bonuses or aides to help you along the way. I don't know if more of this exciting whodunit story is revealed as you progress, I hope so because I'm on the edge of my seat, I simply have to know I love it when Battle Slots do their best to add a personal touch and some extra flavor 2D Mahjong Temple a game and fortunately this is the case of 2D Mahjong Temple — a game available for download on Big Fish Games. What Teple really didn't like was that every time I tried to play, after a few seconds Temp,e would say Game Over. This game is just about as plain jane as it gets, unless you've played all the other mahjong games available and must have this game to add to Tfmple collection, I recommend passing this one up. Music was nice. Game Over!

There are two modes of difficulty, Story and Relaxed mode with no time restraints. Game Over! But there is no real challenge to this game, this would be great for the beginner of Mahjong. There IS a storyline You are allowed one undo per level, and there is an icon that has two arrows facing opposite directions, because there was no tutorial to explain this feature, I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that it reshuffles the tiles on the board, but it could just as easily have something to do with the starving rabbit. Wanted to keep playing it. I would recommend this game only for a beginner only but for Experts like me, a big fat NO! I guess I took too many moves or too long to play the level? Can't make a move? Graphics were ok. True, time saved gets you bonus points, but with only one shuffle and no power-ups at least none in the 40 min. What I really didn't like was that every time I tried to play, after a few seconds it would say Game Over.

Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by TeachumWell from Not too hot I guess I took too many moves or too long to play the level? The story is shown at the beginning of the game in the form of a dialog free cartoon strip about an Asian woman who accidentally leaves the cage door open after feeding her bunny, and he escapes. Which is not necessarily a bad thing, because sometimes I just want to play my Charma: The Land of Enchantment game without Mhajong of achievements, bombs and bonuses or other crazy stuff. Wanted to keep playing it.


Just Medimum! I don't know if more of this exciting whodunit story is revealed as you progress, I hope so because I'm on the edge of my seat, I simply have to know Just kidding There are two modes of difficulty, Story and Relaxed mode with no time restraints. But there is no real challenge to this game, this would be great for the beginner of Mahjong. Good graphics. But if you want mahjong and nothing else, then do give it a try! Not for me. Could be done better if more thought was put into this game. Take too long to make a move? I would recommend this game only for a beginner only but for Experts like me, a big fat NO! But if you're starved for mahjong or want to try it for the first time, give this game a go. I love all mah-jong games and this one is excellent.

Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Coming Soon This game is just about as plain jane as it gets, unless you've played all the other mahjong games available and must have this game to add to your collection, I recommend passing this one up. No helpers, no aid, no extra goodies, no extra shiny stuff around it. There is no tutorial other than telling you to remove matching tiles that are available on the board. Although the graphics are large and clear and the music is relaxing, the play is straightforward, non-rewarding no ranks or trophies and the very minor story seems to have no relation to the game. If you want extra bits and stars and tons of features, look away from this game. There are also NO hindrances. So, I ultimately turned everything down. All in all, this is a good game — one that might be a good choice for Mahjong fans over the world and a version that mixes perfectly new features like the story with the classic, basic mahjong gameplay. Can't make a move? I did play all the way through the demo There were NO voice overs. Just Medimum!

8 thoughts on “2D Mahjong Temple

  1. Just kidding This game is just about as plain jane as it gets, unless you've played all the other mahjong games available and must have this game to add to your collection, I recommend passing this one up. There are two modes of difficulty, Story and Relaxed mode with no time restraints. Rated 5 out of 5 by dotty from Must have Just got this game and am enjoying it as their are no hints and you keep playing a game until you get it right. Look at the game board wrong?

  2. Rated 5 out of 5 by dotty from Must have Just got this game and am enjoying it as their are no hints and you keep playing a game until you get it right. I would recommend this game only for a beginner only but for Experts like me, a big fat NO! Not too cold Music was nice.

  3. There are also NO hindrances. I don't know if more of this exciting whodunit story is revealed as you progress, I hope so because I'm on the edge of my seat, I simply have to know But if you want mahjong and nothing else, then do give it a try! I love all mah-jong games and this one is excellent.

  4. If you want extra bits and stars and tons of features, look away from this game. It is straightforward, classic mahjong. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from 2D Mahjong Temple I normally like playing Mahjong games but this one was boring to play Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by bep1 from Not much here A generic mahjong game, with rather plain graphics. This is how mahjong has to be played!

  5. So, I ultimately turned everything down. There are NO bonuses or aides to help you along the way. It is more basic than some other games, but the visuals are wonderful in their simplicity. This game is just about as plain jane as it gets, unless you've played all the other mahjong games available and must have this game to add to your collection, I recommend passing this one up.

  6. Good graphics. But there is no real challenge to this game, this would be great for the beginner of Mahjong. It is more basic than some other games, but the visuals are wonderful in their simplicity. This game hasn't disappointed me. Not for me.

  7. There is no tutorial other than telling you to remove matching tiles that are available on the board. There is NO tutorial so I wouldn't recommend this for people who have never played this genre of game before. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Coming Soon All in all, this is a good game — one that might be a good choice for Mahjong fans over the world and a version that mixes perfectly new features like the story with the classic, basic mahjong gameplay. There are two modes of difficulty, Story and Relaxed mode with no time restraints.

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