Mahjong Soul 17+

One Paw Away Tsumo Nyaa‪!‬


    • 4.9 • 4.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



This game is a blend of cute, appealing anime characters with classical Japanese Mahjong!

Game Highlights
- Exquisite playable ACG characters fully voiced by famous Japanese CVs.
- Rich character designs paired with deep character progression and storytelling.
- Enticingly cool visual effects, Mahjong can be just as thrilling as fantasy.
- A various lineup of items for you to customize!
- Mischief and mayhem with your opponents with hilarious character emojis!
- The in-game tutorial will allow you to instantly grasp the fun of Mahjong.
- Friends system, practice your Mahjong skills together with your friends.
- Fair gameplay, with more events and tournaments to come.

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What’s New

Version 1.8

- Optimized gaming experience.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
4.7K Ratings

4.7K Ratings

mtm151 ,

Amazing game

This was my first Mahjong experience, and it has been awesome. I went from knowing absolutely nothing about the rules and gameplay and feeling totally lost, to now holding my own and feeling like I have a real chance to win with each game; and I do win surprisingly more than I thought at this point. It took playing a lot and studying the various Yaku but this app makes it all fun.
The visuals and flow of the game are top notch. And the cute anime angle is, well, cute. Every now and you run into some wildly different character than the standard two, with cute voices and some cool effects for various game plays, and I think someone must have forked over some real cash, because I’ve played almost daily for months now, and have over 50,000 coins, but zero jade, which are apparently the real currency on the app to get real upgrades. Coins can buy a tiny teddy bear or a lollipop or a little manga book for your character, which it says helps her bond with you, but whatever, I don’t see the point, since those items aren’t visible during game play. Maybe these things are meaningful to someone. I often wish you could cash in some coins for jade, say 1000 coins for one jade, I don’t know, and put that toward gatcha, but in the end none of that matters or helps, the game play is the same and is really great.

daspletosaurus ,

Incredible Mahjong, gacha could be better

This is a really good japanese mahjong game, with helpful tutorials and explanations of the yaku it’s fairly easy for beginners to learn how to play. My only gripe is that the gacha system of micro transactions and rolls to get items and characters is extremely restrictive. It doesn’t affect gameplay whatsoever, but it’s virtually impossible to unlock any characters without either paying real money or playing countless hours. I still enjoy this game a lot, but I think their monetization model could use a little tweaking to make some basic cosmetics available to F2P players.
The introduction of alternate game modes, collaboration and seasonal events adds a fresh layer to Mahjong Soul vs other mahjong games. If you want to get into Riichi mahjong, this is a fantastic way to do it.

Laxxxy777 ,

Good game

This is actually a really good game. Always people to play with, fun events, very nice clean interface. There is an AI opponent (not very good, but adequate for beginners) if you want to practice, and a basic reference. You can review and save past games. This is pretty much all you need from such a game, and it’s all free unless you want fancy avatars and animations.

Cons: if you do want fancy avatars and animations, getting characters beyond the 2 default ones for free is near impossible (you can “pull” for them like in a gacha, but there is approx. zero free currency, and rates are low), and some things about the app are not explained well (like, what are the spheres for?? Or what tiles are highlighted in the replay interface?)

Also would be nice to expand the game reference a bit (eg. include scoring, concepts like furiten etc.) and provide both English and Japanese names for all entries.

Also in a replay it would be nice if the score display stayed up (unless auto-played), and if it gave a bit more detailed score breakdown for lower points hands.


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