Overview of current mahjong video-games

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Re: Overview of current mahjong video-games

Post by Ozball » Fri Feb 05, 2021 12:09 am

Yeeeessss! That's great to hear! I have always wondered what exactly gamedesign.jp is... is it just one person's work? Is it a group?
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Re: Overview of current mahjong video-games

Post by Ignatius » Fri Mar 05, 2021 5:22 pm

So today I was checking the mahjong games in Android, and found a game called Jankisou 雀姫荘/Janki-sou something like Mahjong Princess Parlor. A 4 players riichi mahjong (1 player vs. AI game). Looks good, with very good visuals and relaxing music. It has a good set of options to modify, different modes to play, and difficulty levels.
The description states there is a 2 vs 2 mode.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... l=ja&gl=US

I do not know if it was listed here. It has japanese language, traditional and modern chinese, and english (it was bad but now it's fixed, and almost everything is clear enough)

Downloaded the trial version and it's full of cute loli characters, all of them. You have to pay 6 euro for the game if you want the full experience and check all the options and modes it has to offer, and looks like a pretty good riichi mahjong game (if you like lolis, you might be interested in this).

I do not care about this type of fictional characters, don't like them or dislike them either.

Seems like a solid riichi mahjong game to be honest.

Edit: In the end I was so curious about the game I decided to get it. The devs are improving the game day by day. I found a bug, and contacted them (in japanese), and they were fast to reply me, both in japanese and english. It might end being a great mahjong game, who knows?

Still not interested in loli characters.
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