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Interesting Facts About Mahjong Games

Mahjong Games is a solitaire matching game that uses a set of Mahjong tiles rather than cards. It is also known as Shanghai solitaire, electronic or computerized mahjong, MahJong solitaire, solitaire Mahjong and, erroneously, as Mahjong. The tiles come from the game for four players that originated in China known as Mahjong.

The 144 tiles are arranged in a exclusive four-player pattern with their faces upwards. A tile is said to be open if it can be moved either left or right without disturbing other tiles. The game is finished when all pairs of tiles have been destructed from the board or when there are no exposed pairs remaining.

Players should open up new tiles with every pair they destruct. Mahjong solitaire can be played either solo or with a partner, in which case the aim is to accumulate the most pairs, to be the last one to match a pair, or to score the most points.

The first computer mahjong game was originally created by Brodie Lockard in 1981 on the PLATO system and named Mahjong Games after the game that uses the same tiles for play. This first mahjong game was also included in the Microsoft Entertainment Pack for Windows 3.x in 1990 and went by the name Taipei. It was subsequently included in the Best of Windows Entertainment Pack. Windows Vista includes an amazing version of mahjong game named as Mahjong Titans.

Mahjong Games can be played either solo or with a partner, in which case the aim is to accumulate the most pairs, to be the last one to match a pair, or to score the most points.

There are many game developers which are develop amazing and interesting mahjong games: iWin iWin, Alawar, SpinTop Games, Reflexive, Big Fish Games, ArcadeLab, Arcade Lab, SpinTop Games, Big Fish Games.

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