MahJong Practice is pattern practice for real American MahJong with Charleston. Play fun, quick games offline, anywhere, anytime. No internet connection needed. This is the best way to learn the 2021 card.

Suggested Hands:
All possible hand combinations are evaluated and sorted by the highest matching tile count. Play one of these hands or any hand you want. See the combinations of hands with the most overlapping tiles. Develop your strategies selecting hands.

Open Play:
Try different strategies with Replay and Undo. Tiles can be moved around freely.

Play Against Bots or Solo:
When playing solo, the opponent bots play valid patterns and exchange jokers but do not declare Mahjong. Play until you declare Mahjong or the wall is empty in solo mode. Go to Settings to enable bots that win to practice defense.

Corrections & FAQ:
See the closest matching pattern when you declare an unknown pattern. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) helps beginning players.

Pattern Stats:
Track patterns completed, wins and losses. Learn the patterns with the highest probability of matching random hands.

Pattern Filters:
Select the categories you like to play the most. Hide categories to focus on any given category. Play the whole card.

Large Tile Font Option:
Enable the Large Tile Font option to make the tiles easier to read.

Play the same hand as a friend with the Duplicate option and compare your results.

Use the Help for important details about using the app. You should know basic game play and rules before using this app. Beginners should reference Standard American Mahjong rules and videos online.

Contact for help at any time.

What’s New

Version 5.14

Alternate Red Dragon

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
4.9K Ratings

4.9K Ratings

mambonjour ,

Even better to have during our days of quarantine!

I’ve been playing this wonderful game daily—- usually 10-12 games during the early quarantine period, spread throughout the day and night. Now I’ve still found it challenging and fun with the 2021 card. I’ve been teaching friends to play and the “pattern” section of the screen really helps all of us zero in in the best hand to aim for! I play two other online Mahjong games and yours is by far the BEST! One little problem: no one seems to be able to download or install it on a computer— only on an iPad. Why is that?

Developer Response ,

No PC version. But maybe someday:)

TerCamp ,

Great practice format, one suggestion.

I love that I have a place to practice deciding which hand to go with and I like watching the other players, it has helped me get faster at determining the tiles not to discard. Although I was very confused once that a player discarded a card they had to have needed until I realized they don’t Mahjong.
I do have a suggestion regarding concealed hands. Please remove the Concealed Hands in the Tiles options once the player has has claimed a discard. As is true in the real game, you stop looking at concealed hands if you have called a discard.
Thanks again for a great game.

Developer Response ,

New for 2020, Bots that win! Automatic hiding of concealed patterns is still on our todo list. Thanks for the suggestion:)

MajOnMonday ,

Called Tiles

Great game, so fun to play! I have noticed one thing that seems to be a glitch. As the players discard, first me as east then south, west, north (which by the way seems to be the wrong direction and in reading I never see any player other than east having a designated direction) sometimes the discards are attributed to me then south then west then back to south, west, north, and then me again. So I check to see what tile south called and nothing is exposed. The rotation shouldn’t have changed without someone calling and exposing a tile.

Developer Response ,

For discards make sure that you drag right to discard. Dragging left will undo and make the order you saw. When it happens just continue to play forward. You are replaying the tile that undone.
It does seem backwards but East South West North is the conventional naming and order for MahJong seating. It is the chinese (from which american mahjong is derived of course) order of saying directions combined with the older counter clockwise order of playing card games that makes it oddly backwards from a map.

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