Two best mahjong games in one universal application!
Shanghai solitaire matching game and Four Rivers flat solitaire.
New towers levels.
Ratings and Reviews
Only been playing 1 day
I'm not sure if I'm weird or something, but I don't find 4 Rivers to be that challenging yet. I played it for an hour and I'm at level 15. I assume they become impossible pretty quick though, because that's how games always are. My strategy is to look for all four of one block and I make sure the second pair are likely to be able to match up before I take the first pair. And if possible, I try to take both pairs at the same time. I'm solving all the puzzles in 2-3 minutes at the most. I am usually really awful at games of all kinds, especially strategy games. But like I said, it's still early. I just wanted to offer my strategy to anyone who might be struggling with lower levels of 4 Rivers.
Many hours of fun
This game is very well done. I've played all of the games, some to higher levels than others (past level 100 in Quests). It took a while to be able to see which tiles were active and/or how high they're stacked - more shading would be appreciated!! I haven't had any bugs or real problems in any game or level so far. My only real complaint is that as you progress to higher levels, the tiles get tinier and tinier, and they're very hard to see!! I also find it disconcerting when the tiles jump and move as I progress through a level. I understand that this is done to center them and make them bigger as I eliminate some, but after finally adjusting to where I can make out the little tiles, then they move and/or suddenly get bigger, it takes awhile for my eyes to adjust again and to put the pattern into perspective again in my brain. It would be nice if there was an option to turn this off. Overall, a great mahjong game with lots of levels to provide hours and hours of enjoyment. I tried quite a few different mahjong games and this is definitely my favorite. I deleted most of the others.
FUN, But hard on OLD eyes!
I've played several of the games so far & enjoyed them all. It does increase my time using an iPhone 6 because I have old eyes & have to hold a magnifying glass to see the difference between many of the tiles! But that's a personal problem and no fault of the game.
I had read some of the reviews complaining that the game forced you on to a new level once you'd completed the level you were playing. I wasn't too worried because I'd never played this, but it sounded rather standard for most games & now I know it is. I'm sorry for the folks who don't like that feature, but I'd be disappointed if it were any other way. Seems that's the goal of most all games - finish one level & move up as your reward. I haven't tried shutting down the game, clearing the page from cache/memory and starting the game again, but that might allow you to start again at level one. I do know that if you don't finish level one and end your game, you certainly will start level one again. Learned that by playing poorly & getting frustrated on the first game I tried - Tee hee hee!
- DORALOGIC LTD
- 31.7 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © DoraLogic
- In-App Purchases
- 2 shuffles $0.99
- 5 shuffles $1.99
- 15 shuffles $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.