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Reviews of Mahjong Max
Tayotae | Added on: February 13, 2012
 
This game was ok, nothing special other than the back drops in the scene. The music was typical and were the colors and tile pieces. Nothing really special or new.
VforVictoria | Added on: January 9, 2012
 
I liked this game because it has the basic Mahjong we all love to play, and there are some challenges as you go. The adventure storyline was null and avoidable, not much too it and really not worth putting in there imo. If your looking for a fun Mahjong I do suggest giving this one a try, it has all the classics and it can get pretty hard, but if your looking for a mahjong with a fun adventure story, skip this one.
Lyndy | Added on: January 9, 2012
 
I can never tire of Mahjong games. This one has nice sized tiles and smooth control. I only sampled Adventure mode during the demo. It was timed, with a mini game after 5 levels. Nice enough that I will purchase.
devi | Added on: January 17, 2012
 
Where were all the beautiful objects and scenes that were spoken about. Very disappointing, no visuals at all except a few relics in the trophy room. Other than that, game was your typical mahjong with an adventure mode, arcade mode and blitz. Blitz mode was too stressful for me. You had to complete 4 games within a time period. I did not find this enjoyable. Other than that, I would recommend this game. Enjoy!
infinity | Added on: January 9, 2012
 
A nice mahjong game, but nothing really here to make it stand out from any other mahjong game. The tile set initially available is not shown in the screenshots, and is kind of disappointing, with small, average-looking designs. The adventure games are timed by a candle that burns down; I found I had more than sufficient time to play the games, however I only did the trial so I don't know how much more complicated the games got from there. If you choose the arcade option, there are 104 whimsical designs and 5 different playing styles (classic, free cell, gold tile, addiction, and search). Here, you can shut off the timer if you click on the picture of the candle, which is next to the option for choosing the "Style" of play. Both the adventure and arcade games are approachable for beginning players, and still interesting for experienced mahjong players. But the game just seemed rather bland to me.