Shi Sen is a unique tile matching game played with Mah Jongg tiles. You must eliminate tiles by finding matches, but you can only remove matching tiles if they can connect with three or fewer lines without crossing over another tile.
Shi Sen has a unique tile-removal strategy, but it is very easy to learn. And once you have learned it, it will be hard to stop playing. Eight different layouts for different levels of difficulty and internet-shared high score tables makes this game a great value.
64-bit support for MacOS Catalina and later.
Ratings and Reviews
99 cents, what did I expect? Well, at least for this paid version to be as good as or better than free versions available to Linux users. No settings other than music on/off, so users cannot personalize. Board is sideways, which makes the tiles more difficult to recognize. But new players will like that every click highlights the matching tiles, and a double click clears them. This means you get a hint with every click. No shuffle, but no skill required. A quick delete of this app.
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- The Code Zone
- 13.5 MB
- Requires macOS 10.6 or later.
- Age Rating
- © The Code Zone
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.