A young maiden must meet up with her true love. However, there are many puzzles that must be solved along the way. Enjoy this mahjong solitaire game inspired by the works of Irish poet Thomas Moore. You get to solve 74 mahjong puzzles that start from small and easy and end with puzzles having over 300 tiles. As you complete puzzles the maiden advances in her journey. Each puzzle has its own background and the tiles are randomly rearranged by our new and improved puzzle engine so you can enjoy the story many times without the puzzles ever being the same. The game has beautiful and relaxing background music and no timer or point system so you will can relax as you play. It is a great way to unwind at any time of the day.
Relax and stimulate your mind with Mahjong Destiny today!
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good concept. Needs some work
While the gameplay itself is easy to progressively harder, there are a few things i did not like.
Normally i get paid for this sort of analysis, but here are a few observations and suggestions:
The tiles are too tiny
Story progress: took me a while to find the "next" arrow/button
Limited settings (only volume, it seems).
No home menu to find an exit link from the current game when desired
A quick voice sfx for the characters (basic, like in newer Zelda games) to give them a little life.
One thing I'd like to know is, what are the jewels collected for? Will they be used for purchasing new outfits, hints, backgrounds, tile designs, etc, or just as markers of the next puzzle?
Overall it's nice, but to me, it isn't engaging enough.
Keep up the good work.
Could be good
I liked the idea of mahjong tile matching as challenges. And the idea of using poetry was a novel way to introduce it into a game. However the young "maiden" had boobs like an enhanced stripper and they constantly jiggled. This was unnecessary and sexist. What is the point of this? You lost me until she looks like a girl and not a hooker.
As there are no instructions and no indications of where u r in the game or what the goal might be can't give this more than 3 stars. The individual games r fun and relatively easy. No clue to purpose of where u r heading or ultimate goal. Entirely free though. A plus in my book. No idea what purpose the jewels u acquire might be used for if anything. No way to actually save. But if u leave game and then come back in u r where u left off. Kind of weird.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.