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Free Online Mahjong Solitaire Games - No Download Required
Mahjong is a popular game that began in China, is normally played by four players (with around three-player varieties found in Japan and Korea). The game and its provincial variants are broadly played all around South Eastern and Eastern Asia, but it has little following and curiosity in Western nations. Like the Western card game known as Rummy, Mahjong is a popular game of calculation, strategy and skill and includes a level of chance.
A collection of Original (Traditional) Chinese and Japanese Mahjong Games, along with few games with simplified rules, where the objective is to get rid of all tiles in your hand before everyone else does, by creating combinations of identical ones, or tiles from the same suit arranged in numerical order. You can find the rules in almost every game you choose in this category, along with complete tutorials.Browse Category »
In this category you'll find Shanghai Solitaire variations, where the task is to match two identical tiles, or in some cases tiles of the same suit and remove them from the board. They can only be paired if they are not covered and have one left or right side free. Each game has unique design, background music and feel in general. Choose your favourite version, compete with other players, or just race against your self in besting your previous high score.Browse Category »
Another variation is the so-called Connect Two. The object is to connect two identical tiles that are not more than three uninterrupted straight lines away from each other. It seems that players and developers favour this version right after Shanghai, maybe because of the simple one layer layout, or because of the easy rules - we don't know. Anyhow, you will certainly relax and enjoy playing these games.Browse Category »
Unique Tile-Matching Games
Each game in this category has unique set of rules like creating combination of three or more identical tiles, Sliders, 3D versions and more. In some games the matching rules are to pair two identical tiles that are not covered and have one horizontal and one vertical side free. This is where developers are free to invent new rules, twist old ones, or combine multiple rules in one game.Browse Category »