Bacca today introduces Baccahjong 1.0 for iPad, their new matching game, a variation on the game of mahjong. The board contains a number of tiles, each with a cartoon drawing of an animal. The goal is to touch one tile, then another matching tile, which removes both. Very easy to learn and play, the game is unlike most other matching games because of the large number of different tiles, and the rules for matching, which limit to two the number of 90-degree turns allowed to reach the second tile.
San Francisco based TileSpeak Software today announced the release of TileSpeak for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running on iOS 4.0 or later. TileSpeak Mahjong provides anyone interested in learning the Chinese language with a way to develop and expand their comprehension of written Chinese characters by simply playing Mahjong Solitaire on their mobile devices in their free time. Each game piece is stamped with a single character, and bears a tonal association by color on the game board.
Cologne based mobivention today announces 3D Mahjong Mountain 2.0 for iPhone and iPod touch. Mahjong Mountain is based on a classic Chinese game concept which has the goal to find matching gaming pieces. The goal is to find matching game pieces and eliminate those. Additional difficulty levels are included through different game layouts and different pilings of the pieces. With this extension it is also possible to see and select pieces from every possible angle.
Cologne based mobivention today announces Mahjong Mountain 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch. Mahjong Mountain is based on a classic Chinese game concept which has the goal to find matching gaming pieces. Additional difficulty levels are included through different game layouts and different pilings of the pieces. The first 1000 downloads of the full version are free. Further campaigns and details of the game can be found on www.facebook.com/mobivention.
Kristanix Games has released Mahjong Epic HD 1.0 for iPad users. Players can enjoy any of the one hundred Mahjong games and are able to create their own boards to play on. There are no time limits to worry about, with unlimited undos and shuffles and can enjoy listening to their iPod music while playing. The interface is intuitive, the graphics beautiful and games are auto saved, so if interrupted, a user can return mid-game and pick up where they left off.