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Sweet Candy Mahjong
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Sweet Candy Mahjong is Available Now

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Sweet Candy Mahjong is Available Now

It was announced by the award-Winning Indie game developer and publisher EnsenaSoft, the worldwide Steam release of Sweet Candy Mahjong, offering a luxurious feast of delicious candies and yummy treats to its players.

Check out the launch trailer of Sweet Candy Mahjong, showcasing the games’ features:

“Sweet Candy Mahjong is the tastiest Mahjong game you will ever play! The game includes 8 delicious mahjong-worlds with a total of 640 challenging mahjong-puzzles in classic 2D and glorious 3D. Every puzzle is laid out using random tile order offering instant replay value, as you can revisit levels with a unique gameplay experience. An exciting scoring system, great sound effects and relaxing music adds to the fun. Suitable to players of all ages and experience levels, Sweet Candy Mahjong is a family-friendly game offering a modern rendition of the popular classic and is a must-have download in your game collection today.


  • 640 Mahjong Puzzles To Solve
  • 8 Worlds To Complete
  • Intuitive Controls
  • Classic 2D & Rich 3D Environments
  • Random Tile Layout
  • Optional Timed-Puzzles
  • Great Graphics, Audio & Score


EnsenaSoft is an award-winning game developer and publisher founded in Mexico in 2009, and consists of a talented group of designers, artists, programmers and musicians all committed to creating high-quality digital games content across all major gaming platforms and technologies. With a portfolio spanning hundreds of released titles, it is our continued promise to produce entertaining digital games to audiences of all ages and gaming preferences.”

For more information on Sweet Candy Mahjong, visit its Steam page.

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