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Enjoy MahJong Solitaire in full 3D or 2D with 55 layouts and 14 high quality tilesets. The game features a built in music player, many different game modes and a layout editor. Play in classic mahjong solitaire mode or for a real challenge try memory mode. Compete against other players around the world with world high scores.

Game features:

  • OpenGL 3D/2D Graphics
  • Particle effects
  • World High Scores
  • Built in music player
  • Built in layout browser, remembers your last played layouts!
  • Play statistics
  • Undo, Shuffle, Suggest and many other help options more...

What's New

Version 2.99:
  • Bug fixed with Very Hard mode and highscores

Requirements

OS X 10.6 or later

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Kp4bjd Member IconReview+16
Kp4bjd
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This version has finally corrected some bugs. However, there is nothing well made that cannot be enhanced or improved: it bothers me that I often need to reshuffle a game. What if there's an option in the game's preferences for 'automatic reshuffle' so reshuffling doesn't affect the 'time' score so much… just an idea..

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Version 2.72
Corpsecorps Member IconComment+761
Corpsecorps
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Would be nice if folks writing software to play Mah Jong would do so and call it that, while people writing one of these tile matching games (which I'm not knocking) would call it something appropriate!

Damejong is the ONLY Mac Mah Jong software app I've seen in ages.

...and ages.

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Version 2.46
Chin
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Then have a look to Mahjong Tradition ...

Corpsecorps
+1

Oops. I forgot that one.

Perhaps subconsciously wanted to. Already reviewed it for 3 stars. WAY too americanized, simplified, and dumbed down. Like Mah Jong for 8 year olds.

Corpsecorps Member IconComment+761
Corpsecorps
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Getting:

Firefox can't find the file at http://www.boneheadprojects.com/download/MJS2.dmg.

...from the download link.

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Version 2.46
Rubaiyat Member IconComment+566
Rubaiyat
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Please don't use acronyms on your DLs. And tag them with full version number so we can tell them apart.

It just makes it hard to find on your HD afterwards.

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Version 2.46
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Anonymous
+2

Although the GUI is good I had a problem insofar as I had no music that accompanies this app. I made 3 seperate requests elucidating the problem and finally got an answer to make sure the Sound panel was configured properly (something I mentioned in every email to the developer) Ridiculous and inept support from an inattentive developer translates into the STRONG possibility that if YOU have a problem it will be handled in a likewise fashion. In short I feel I wasted my money!

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Version 2.15
Hugh Allan (Developer)
+2

Very abusive customer, but I managed to refund him for Mah Jong Solitaire 2 although he refused a refund for Phoenix Ball.

Spammed every listing for my products, including ones he didn't buy with artifically low ratings in order to gain revenge on me because I wasn't quite snappy enough in my replies and he refused to go through the steps required to fix his problem.

Got a year of the best Mah Jong Solitaire game on Mac and updates for 12 lousy bucks. You've kicked my company when it was down, thanks a bundle.

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Anonymous
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HOGWASH!!! I never spammed any such applications. I gave an HONEST accouunt of the facts as they really were. In fact I own another of this author's apps and gave it an exemplery review when I installed it. I rightfully criticised his handling of my support requests. If he feels I spammed his other applications without installing them then he is not only distorting the facts (once again) but suffering from delusions. I can PROVE my contentions of his handling of my requests for support. I would NEVER act with malice to criticise applications I did not install or attempt to dishonor anyone. I called it the way it was.THE HONEST WAY. I take grave umbrage at his spurious and malicious allegationswhich are so transparent.

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Anonymous
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The feature i'd like to see from Shanghai is the ability to put my own graphics on the tiles!

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Version 1.50b
Barry11
+1

Use ResEdit or BBEdit to put you're own graphics on the tiles.

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Anonymous
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My big beef - everyone's Mahjong games on Mac OS X use anti-ailiased graphics - the old Shanghi game from Activision has not yet been surpassed with it clear non-fuzzy tiles!

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Version 1.50b
H. Allan (Developer)
+1

In slow cpu mode it doesn't use any kind of fancy smoothing, supposidly for an extra speed kick but I'm not sure how effective it is.

But in the next major version you get to set all the graphics option exactly the way you want.

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Anonymous
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Totally agree. ELected to hack my own graphics into the Konfabulator Shanghai widget as a stopgap measure, hehehe.

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Anonymous
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Absolutely gorgeous. Finally someone manages to get it... well, mostly right. There's still the annoying MIDI music. Let's hope for a proper music implementation in an update. (A simple dropping of MP3s and AACs into the music folder would be nice.)

Also, as a Shanghai clone, the play oughta be updated to be more engaging. How about this? Make it so the tiles can intermittently grow legs, get up, and walk to another side of the table. Yeah, that's the ticket.

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Version 1.36b
H. Allan (Developer)
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Thanks! It has a music playlist editor that can play MP3/AAC/etc but I agree it's still a little goofy sound wise. I'll work on it.

Next release is the "Everything works as it should do" release, should be out in two weeks. It'll also have another graphics jump.

doneagle Member IconComment+0
doneagle
+0

This update is totally AWSOME, the best just got better! The most addictive game I have ever seen on a computer, plus the 3D rendering is a great touch to make the game more challenging and enjoyable.

Don't know how it can get any better than this. Great work gentelmen!!

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Version 1.36b
Anonymous Member IconReview
Anonymous
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On the Mac, still the same old Shanghai after all these years. No wait. Decades! On the PC, it's taken on a totally different form... for many years now. It's called Kyodai Mahjongg.
http://www.kyodai.com/

And how hard can it be to program something in 3D? Look at GLTron! Besides, there are free 3D programming resources.
http://www.blender3d.com/

At this rate, I'd be happy to shell out 30 bucks just for a good copy of Kyodai Mahjongg for OS X. Anybody else with me?

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Version 1.2
Anonymous Member Icon
Anonymous
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I'm a switcher and the only program I miss from my PC days is Kyodai MahJong. Like the last post, I would pay good money for a Mac version.

H. Allan (Developer)
+1

If you email me at support@bhprojects.com I can yak about it, but it's not anything for a public forum.

Always on the look out for criticism, as long as it's not "Oh why oh why did they not do a real mahjong game".

Actually I prefer Shanghai Dynasty to Kyodai myself.

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Anonymous
+0

I prefer www.glennsgames.com. He's got a great mahjong game.

H. Allan (Developer)
+0

Hello Glen. :D

Hope the latest version has answered your question.

pixel
+0

Kyodai Mahjongg is the best there is on the PC, I offered to start a fund to send the developer a Mac to port it several years ago.

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J__johnson
Version 2.77
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Details

Downloads 40,148
Version Downloads 314
Type Games / Puzzle
License Commercial
Date 16 Jan 2013
Platform OS X / Intel 32
Price $6.99