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Invitation (for extra $Tickets!) to test our Beta version of Multiplayer Mahjong
Posted by webmaster (moderator) 30 Dec 2017 3:38pm
    


GameColony has launched a beta version of real Multiplayer Mahjong.

There's a 4-player and a 2-player Mahjong.
Current Mahjong styles are: Hong Kong Mahjong, Riichi, Red Mahjong. American Mah-Jongg and Chinese Official (MCR) version will be added Spring 2018.

Unless human opponents are available and willing to join a Mahjong game table, extra opponents may involve ( upon human player' agreement) our Mahjong auto-players (bots).

Mahjong auto-players will never know anything about the shuffle or tiles in other players' hands. They only see what players are allowed to see by rules.

Auto-players follow a set of well-defined and published rules (algorithm) of tile selections and discards. Unless a game is a non-Ticket game, auto-players will not be allowed to win.

Our Beta version is currently available for desktop but we already have promising Alpha versions for iPhone & Android.

If you are willing to learn mahjong and become a beta tester:

Please select "Mahjong Beta" from the drop-down game menu and play a few games in Main Hall.
There's "Rules" page on the game entry page.

Please let us know your impressions within this Forum thread, and we'll add Tickets to your account.

For this beta version, please use either Google Chrome (recommended) or Edge web browsers.



thanks!



Majong beta
Posted by goodfellafred420 1 Jan 2018 5:56am
    


Hey never olayed majong before but i was surprised how similiar to rummy it is. The tiles were kinds hard to see but other then getting more players it was alright i suppose



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