The most simple, fun, punchy Mah Jongg game I’ve ever had the pleasure of playing.
In this very small Mah Jongg game, you are trying to remove all the pairs of tiles. While not original, this is a very, very excellent version of the game.
The graphics, first off, let me say, are brilliant. This game contains, bar none, the easiest Mah Jongg tiles to look at that I have ever seen in a game. That means pairs are easily made and games flow with regularity. Making this a fitting introduction to anyone new to Mah Jongg or for experts who are annoyed with the tiles in other games being overly detailed and hard to memorise.
The game itself, as mentioned, is very smooth. The interface is not clogged, far from it actually. And the games are quite easy to do. Though it lacks some things which have become near standards, like a timer and a high score board, these are not necessary to the game, making this variation a small entertaining coffee break game, rather than a competitive game.
There is no sound nor music and, of course, there doesn’t need to be. It’s only Mah Jongg, and besides unnecessary sounds would just inflate the download size, of which this has a good one, as it stands.
So if you’re interested in Mah Jonng, play this one. It’s simple and fun and contains some really great tiles. Honestly, if you like Mah Jongg already or just want to find out what it is, you can’t go wrong with Lex-jongg.
This is the worst mah-jong imitation I have ever played. It only has one design that is really simple. Any mah-jong fan like me will truly hate this cheap imitation. Just do not download this,it is just a wast of space.