Introducing another version of the awesome Asian card game - Mahjong HRVR. This is a one-person board game that requires maximum focus from the player. There are several types of this game, but in the computerized version, the game Mahjong Solitaire is most often implemented and, in its main part, with modified images on the cards. The game set contains 144 bones, which include the following types: suits (the smallest in the hierarchy) - there are three of them (dots, bamboos and symbols); honers - of two types (three dragons and four winds); flowers - four by name and four by seasons.
Before playing, you need to first learn the rules of Mahjong FRVR, as well as the suits that it contains, in order to facilitate the process of the game. The game begins with the fact that the cards are shuffled on the table and laid out in the form of figures. The most common is the figure of a turtle, or it is also called a pyramid. You can open two cards in one move, which are located at the same level.
Playing the game Mahjong FRVR is very simple. To begin with, you will be asked to go through test levels in order to understand the system and the image of the cards. After passing the test tasks, you find yourself in the main menu of the game, which is made in the form of a calendar and the numbers in it are arranged in a chain. The end point in this chain will be a circle labeled Today (current date). Clicking on any number opens the game with the layout of the cards that the system chose for the players that day. When the level is passed, i.e. e. all cards are removed from the table, then the rating of your passage on that day is put down and stars appear on the number in the calendar in the main menu. This rating depends on the speed of passing the level. If you do not like the result of any day, then it can be improved by simply replaying this level.
As mentioned above, the layout of the figures changes every day, which adds interest to the player. The controls in the mahjong game are very simple - with the help of the mouse. If, when you click on one shape, you choose the wrong one, then the selection from the first one is removed. When only open pairs remain on the table, they are automatically removed and you move on to the next level.