Mahjong In Poculis 4+

Bernard Lerat

    • 4.5 • 49 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Mahjong In Poculis is a free Mahjong Solitaire game developed with simplicity in mind to let you peacefully challenge your memory.

The game comes with 6 fun themes having for each one 50 layouts and 5 medals to win. Each theme (Christmas, Halloween, Asian, Easter, Wonderland and Future) has its own layouts, graphics, musics and sound effects.

To play Mahjong Solitaire, you have to select pairs of tiles having identical symbols to make them disappear. The main difficulty comes from the classical Mahjong Solitaire rules: only layout's border tiles are candidate for selection. The game is won when there is no more tile left on the board. A 5 step in-game tutorial quickly reminds you the Mahjong rules. The main key words are: discipline, strategy and of course a little bit of luck.

Whatever your playing mode, you can challenge your best time or your best score. For scores, you can make Combos, i.e: a specific sequence of pairs giving you more points. Best scores come from this kind of sequence: a pair of 1 followed with a pair of 2, a pair of 3 and so on until a pair of 9. Such a sequence gives you more than 177 000 points if the tiles come from the same family !

What’s New

Version 5.89

Improved shuffle of tiles.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

Sc285 ,

Great Game

One of the better mahjongg games going. Lots of different games and themes. Music could be better. Usually have sound on game turned off and have other music playing in background. Would like to see more games added.

:-Derek ,

What happened to the GUI?!

I luckily have version 5.8.2 that I've enjoyed for years. I was pleased that it was 64-bit and ran on my MacBook Air M1 in emulation. Today, I stumbled upon version 5.89 at the Apple Mac App Store and installed it. What a disappointment! The games menu bar (which still breaks from Apple's GUI standards) has become teeny tiny! And the central control area for choosing what to do is equally shrunk to the point of silliness. How Did This Happen? Thankfully, the actual game play is fine and looks somewhat better than the older version. But the nearly microscopic menu bar, which players obviously need to access, is incredibly annoying! That's a shame. Users are going to get the wrong impression of how good the game can be. I hope the developer figures out what went wrong and cleans it up. Meanwhile, I'm back to playing the older version on my laptop, ignoring this newer version.

rbrcm89 ,

need other tiles

Need to have other tiles available and ability to switch.

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