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Mahjong Garden To Go

Enter a garden of mahjong delights in a relaxing version of an ancient classic! in addicting Mahjong Garden To Go Game

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System Requirements

  • OS: Windows 2000/XP/VISTA
  • Memory: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 7.0 or later
  • CPU: P2 350

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Mahjong Garden To Go Game Description

Enter a garden of mahjong pleasures with this unique, relaxing, and beautiful version of an ancient classic! Enjoy 50 custom puzzles and three different tile-matching games. Garden mode has you matching tiles with the help of free cells as you change the seasons for extra points. In Water Wheel mode, match turn tiles to rotate the wheel and collect gorgeous fish. And there's always Traditional mode for classic play as you enjoy dozens of tile sets and lush backgrounds! It's a Mahjong delight!

Mahjong Garden To Go full version features include:

  • Mahjong In A Delightful Garden Setting!
  • 50 Custom Puzzles
  • Three Different Game Modes
  • Hint, Shuffle And Show All Features!

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Mahjong Garden To Go Game Customer Reviews

This polished game provides several variations on the standard mahjong concept. We enjoyed Mahjong Garden To Go's attractive graphics, and we found the accompanying music to be quite appropriate. As in other mahjong games, your basic task is to match tiles by pairs to eliminate them. However, besides the classic mahjong game, this program offers two extra versions called Garden and Waterwheel. The former lets you work with free cells, and the latter features a rotating board. Mahjong Garden To Go lets you choose from a number of boards, change the tiles' appearance, control the volume, and play in full-screen or window mode. If the 60-minute trial doesn't seem too stingy and you're a fan of mahjong, we don't see why you shouldn't give this version a whirl.

- by CNET Staff