Mahjong Solitaire

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What is Mahjong Solitaire


Mahjong Solitaire is a famous game that requires memory skills and intelligence. It seems like a simple memory game where you link two identical tiles.

This game is known as a matching game in which mahjong tiles are used instead of cards. To remove two identical tiles from the board, you must match them. This puzzle game is amusing and actually fairly straightforward once you get the hang of it, despite the fact that it appears hard from the outside. The rules are usually the same whether you play online or with real pieces. However, because there are so many varieties to choose from, skilled players should try out different versions and rule settings.

How to play

Mahjong is simple to learn yet challenging to master. In this epic mahjong solitaire game, the goal is to clear tiles by matching two free tiles together. Matching tiles can be removed by tapping them, however only unobstructed tiles can be picked. Tiles with an open edge and nothing on top are known as "unblocked" tiles or dominoes. If you can't find any pairs, let's click the "Hint" button in the bottom-right corner to solve the problem! Don't overuse hints because the game will not be as long as fun.

While playing this game, it is better to plan some moves in advance. Sometimes, there are some pairs which look like a great move. However, it may fool you. Therefore, think and observe the moves carefully to clear all tiles to gain victory. 

History of Mahjong Solitaire

Originally Mahjong was created in China during the Qing dynasty. It was a tile-based game for 3-4 players. Then, this game was popular over the world in the 20th century. Now, Mahjong is designed as an online game for one player.

Mahjong Solitaire features

  • Over 1,000,000 free puzzles
  • Score-boosting special tiles
  • Free hints to assist you in solving each board
  • Aesthetically pleasing graphics, animations, and music
  • Personal statistics and high scores
  • Sound and music that can be turned on/off
  • Layouts for tablets and phones

How to control

  • Use the left mouse to play