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

Take an unexpected and colorful adventure throughout the capital of France in Paris Mahjong, a marvelous puzzle journey.

When she woke up this morning, Marie had no idea what kind of day was in store for her. But after picking up the morning newspaper, a small puzzle challenge soon drops her into a chaotic, action-packed day full of crazy coincidences.

Join Marie on this most extraordinary day as she walks through Paris on a wonderful adventure. Explore the city and its sites while solving 60 entertaining puzzles. Use four different power-ups, play timed or untimed modes, and select from different backdrops and tiles. It's a romantic and unforgettable stroll through the romance capital of the world.

See for yourself when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Paris Mahjong today!

  • Travel through Paris in this wonderful and quirky Mahjong adventure.
  • Explore the city and its sites while solving 60 Mahjong puzzles.
  • Use four different power-ups to help you solve difficult layouts.
  • Play with or without time limits to test your skills.
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Reviews of Paris Mahjong
 | Added on: July 24, 2012
My comments are based upon the hour trial: There's not much Parisian about this game, as you can see from the preview shots. The tiles are nice, but guys may find the cake, hearts, and kisses kind of girly. I didn't play far enough to get to the tiles with gemstones. Those are apparently earned at some level, as there are no options for changing tiles, backgrounds, or game options other than sound. As the other two reviewers noted, the game is rather bland. Same old - same old level after level. There are four nice power-ups, but I didn't need them as when there were no more matches, the game automatically reshuffled the tiles for me. So I won every level. And I know it's not because I'm a mahjong genius. I also noticed a slight hesitation in the game after making a match, which is annoying if you are a quick player, or could affect the game if you play the timed version. My best advice is to try this, especially if you are a novice player, as this seems to be an easy game. Probably good for kids because of the large tiles and easy matching.
 | Added on: July 23, 2012
Takes too long for each "set of games" Same thing over and over.There are some really nice graphics but gets really tiring`.
 | Added on: July 28, 2012
i played this game in the relaxed mode. the timed mode was jst too fast for me. i really like the tiles in this game. the colors, the lips/hearts/boxes/cards/flowers. very cute. the power ups are somewhat helpful-when i remembered to play them...
 | Added on: July 24, 2012
Well, I guess it just goes to say ... You can't please everybody. I really love this game and have a lot of fun playing it. It's so good to see easily recognizable items, which imo makes it more fun. You have a choice of relax or challenge mode. I like playing to relax, but once in a awhile I like to pick up the pace, and wow doe's it pick up the pace, the music sure helps. Either way they give you the choice. It may not be like the more authentic oriental game ... but I love it and would like to see more. Thanks GameHouse for giving us such a variety of game!!!
 | Added on: July 23, 2012
The only real challenge in this game is to go fast in the Challenge mode. In the Easy mode, make matches at your leisure. When you pass one screen, it immediately moves you to another screen, nothing interesting in between. Gets pretty hard to finish the levels in Challenge mode and there's not really anything you can do to strategize. You can't switch from one mode to the other. If you're stuck on Challenge mode and don't want to play in Easy, you just keep trying and you may be on the same screen for the rest of your life. There are only three theme sets to choose from, at least in the first location, which is where I'm at, none of them French. Not much French about the game at all. No improvements over other Mahjong games. It's just average but a small file (about 35 mb) so no loss to download it and give it a try if Mahjong is your thing.
 | Added on: July 23, 2012
I love mahjong. However, this is either a little boring or a lot boring depending on whether or not you're playing a timed game. It's a little more exciting playing against the clock, and the mahjong tiles themselves are unique creations. But overall, it's a pretty dull game. Most of the designs for the games are not that difficult. If you want a relaxing diversion, play without the clock. With the clock, you do have to push yourself to meet the time deadlines. Would I purchase it if I weren't playing with Fun Pass? Absolutely not.,
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