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16 Tiles Mahjong
Chinese gambling game developed in the mid-1800s. The basic rules of the traditional game are similar to those of rummy. The players try to make a hand with three- or four-of-a-kind, or runs in the same suit. Hands consist of 13 or 16 tiles.
Devilish Mahjong Tower
The game is for those love playing cards or dominos because this is either a card game or dominos.
Gambler Jiko Chushinha
Gambler Jiko Chuushinha is a Board game, developed by Yellow Horn Co and published by Game Arts, which was released in Japan in 1990.
Mahjong Cop Ryu
Mahjong Cop Ryuu: Shiro Ookami no Yabou is a Board game, developed by Whiteboard and published by Sega, which was released in Japan in 1989.
Pretty Girl Mahjongg
Pretty Girl Mahjongg =) what more can I say?)
Shanghai 2 - Dragon's Eye
The ancient fascination of Mah-Jongg meets the cutting edge of video games in the most captivating strategy game to challenge the Western world - Shanghai II: Dragon's Eye.
Tel Tel Mahjong
Tel Tel Mahjong is a Board game, developed by Chat Noir and published by SunSoft, which was released in Japan in 1990.
The amount of variation and customization you can introduce in the gameplay here is truly extraordinary.
Taisen Mahjong Haopai 2
Taisen Mahjong Haopai
Tiles of Fate
Ishido - The Way of the Stones
Ishido – The Way of Stones is a puzzle game in which the player's job is to match stones of various colors and patterns to adjacent stones of corresponding colors and patterns.
Jantei Monogatari is a Board game, developed by ATLUS and published by Telenet Japan, which was released in Japan in 1991.
Janou Touryumon is a Board game, developed by Game Arts and published by Sega, which was released in Japan in 1993.
Shanghai has always been a decent mind-boggler.