Mahjong - Legacy of Toltecs
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Mahjong - Legacy of Toltecs 

Discover the rich history of an ancient empire in Mahjong - Legacy of Toltecs, a relaxing journey through a forgotten land.

Plunge into the fantastic world of an ancient culture as you revel in the classic game of tiles. Simply find an identical match and remove them from the board by first making sure that they are clear of others on the left or right side. Remove them all and move on to the next board, but it's more difficult than you think.

Play more than 300 fun and challenging levels on your way through the world of the Toltecs. As you remove tiles quickly, you can score more points and earn Mana that will allow you to use helpful tools such as Shuffle and Hint. Play Adventure or Classic modes, unlock new tile sets, and earn beautiful new backdrops.

Enjoy a soothing experience when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Mahjong - Legacy of Toltecs today!

  • Plunge into a fantastic world with this classic Mahjong game.
  • Play more than 300 fun and challenging boards.
  • Earn Mana points to use helpful aides including Shuffle and Hint.
  • Unlock new tile sets and earn beautiful new backdrops.
  • Try Adventure or Classic modes to enjoy a different experience.
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Reviews of Mahjong - Legacy of Toltecs
 | Added on: March 2, 2012
Game is fairly nice, not challenging at all like a lot of better Mahjong games ~ it has decent pics/graphics but, if you're looking for a challenge, this doesn't fit the bill. And no, I do not consider myself to be an expert at Mahjong.
 | Added on: February 28, 2012
The pictures were very pretty, other than that it was just simple Mahjong with little to offer. There are much better Mahjong games out there that are much more enjoyable.
 | Added on: February 2, 2012
I like picking out the layout I want to use and the pictures on the "cards". Challenging enough to keep your interest.
 | Added on: February 3, 2012
I don't think i am the greatest player of mahjong but i found this one not taxing but relaxing, the only time i didnt win a round was when two tiles were on top of each other and then i had to find what to do as it didnt progress or give you a clue what happens when you don't win, all you have to do is restart the level and away you go again. This wasn't my favourite mahjong game but if you just want to relax and not have to really work at getting matches, this is the one for you, as it is very colourful scenery and a pleasant game
 | Added on: February 2, 2012
I've been looking for a Mahjong game that has lots of levels and you don't have to follow a storyline. This is it! I usually play much more complicated games, but this is a great way to wind down at the end of the day and just have fun.
 | Added on: January 25, 2012
like playing mahjong. i played the adventure mode. just ok. the music was relaxing at 1st, but as i played, it became a little monotnous. i did like that u gain mana by finding matches quickly-this mana added up. every time u used the shuffle/undo/hint buttons u paid with mana. so if u didn't have enuf, u had to restart to level. i found this game relaxing. not exciting. just ok.
 | Added on: January 27, 2012
An attractive mahjong game with crisp, clear graphics in the game and on the mahjong tiles. The "starter" tiles are unusual and based upon the Toltec theme. As you play, you unlock different tile shapes, some really cool tile graphics, and other beautiful backgrounds to play against. Other options allow you to change the color of the tiles, and to apply colors to the different layers of tiles. I would find multicolored layers very confusing. But I did use the click-on/off option available during the game that allows you to gray out the blocked tiles, making it much easier to see available matches. The computer chooses the tile layout each time, but I found them interesting, and maybe a little too easy. Either I'm a world-class mahjong player (hmmm, unlikely) or the games might be geared to help you succeed. In an hour of play, I won every game except for one, which is not my usual statistic. The game I didn't win was because the last match was stacked on top of each other. Because it was just the second game, and I didn't have enough mana to use the reshuffle button, the game didn't tell me what to do next. If you can't reshuffle, you need to click on "menu - restart" to replay a level. I mention this because it appears that you cannot progress in the game unless you win each level, which is not always possible unless the game is designed for that. I enjoyed the Toltec artwork, and the realistic clicking of the tiles as I made matches. A nice, relaxing game!
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