Addictive Mahjong Emoji

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Addictive Mahjong Emoji

Shawn Mottley,

Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Games 1.3 January 20, 2015 4.43

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Version 1.3 released on January 20, 2015
Added new features! Plus we now have hints! Edited layout for ease

Version 1.2 released on September 08, 2014
Awesome new levels! Get it now.

Version 1.0 released on May 09, 2014

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We hear the awesome comments and reviews. Thank you!! Update is here with more features you asked for, continue to give us your feedback! Chart Topping Addictive Mahjong Emoji on IOS all Devices including iPad view!!! Test your skills on the hottest Mahjong game!! "Addictive Mahjong Emoji is proof that there’s still room in the market for a great match adventure" - (4.5/5 Stars) For the newbies: Mahjong is a free solitaire matching game which uses a set of Mahjong tiles. The goal of this pyramid game is to match open pairs of identical tiles and remove them from the board, exposing the tiles under them for play. You will be challenged to eliminate all pieces from the board. Mahjong Keeps Your Mind Sharp Mahjong is a mentally stimulating game that requires you to use multiple parts of your brain, with logic, risk-management, quick decision-making, pattern recognition and problem solving. A game of mahjong is an excellent mental workout. "Regardless of frequency of playing, mahjong produced consistent gains across all cognitive performance measures – digit forward memory, verbal memory, and MMSE. The effects lasted after mahjong had been withdrawn for a month, suggesting that constant practice is not necessary to achieve therapeutic effect once an initial threshold is attained." – International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry Like us! We are a independent gaming studio and we love our fans.

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