Hexagon MahjonggHexagon Mahjongg
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Reviews of Hexagon Mahjongg
 | Added on: September 6, 2012
This game gives lots to choose from, layouts, colors, ways to play. However, it is just the same Mahjong as always.
 | Added on: September 13, 2012
I like mahjong. I play the classic mahjong game a lot. So I was interested in this twist. But the graphics were so poor I couldn't tell what tiles were free. And the tile designs themselves were difficult for me to distinguish. I played several times to see if I'd get used to the differences, but no luck. I have to give this one a pass.
 | Added on: September 8, 2012
like the different modes u can play in. the hexagon shape is something to get used to. my frustration came in that i only played 30 mins b/c the game kept "not responding". very annoying.
 | Added on: December 1, 2012
Sometimes hard to find matches, but can use hints. I haven't tried many of the layouts yet, but it looks like a good variety, which keeps my interest longer
 | Added on: September 8, 2012
A standard mahjongg game with no special effects or animations. However, I gave it a second star for trying to be creative with the hexagon tiles. There are a number of options and choices, but the backgrounds and tile sets are not attractive. In fact, the symbols are mostly line drawings in green and red. Although I tried different tile sets, it was hard to tell the flowers from the seasons, and I've never been fond of trying to read kanji characters. The 3D perspective was poor in the layouts I played, so it was sometimes difficult to tell which tiles were free and which were on the next level down. This is a big "pass" for me.
 | Added on: September 11, 2012
Having a variety of choices is always welcome. However, this game seemed scrambled to me (too many on one page). I played only a few games, so this is based on limited play. I didn't like the hexagon because at times I couldn't tell if a tile was free. The music tried to follow the oriental theme. However, it was the same few notes over and over again. That is pure punishment. Background music should complement a game such as this. Such was not the case. They used symbols at the bottom of the screen which are fine if you remember what they mean (tried hovering over them to no avail). I probably gave up too soon, but it just wasn't any fun for me.

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