Mahjong Deluxe 3 now available on PS4 in North America
Indie game developer and publisher EnsenaSoft have announced the release of Mahjong Deluxe 3on the Playstation 4 in North America. Mahjong Deluxe 3 is the latest installment in their hugely popular Mahjong series and promises plenty of puzzles to keep fans of the genre occupied for hours.
Mahjong Deluxe 3 includes 8 different worlds containing a total of 640 exciting puzzle layouts to enjoy in classic 2D and glorious 3D. Puzzles are laid out using random tile orders, allowing you to replay each layout many times with a new experience each session. An exciting scoring system, great sound effects and relaxing music adds to the fun. Suitable to players of all ages and experience levels, Mahjong Deluxe 3 offers a modern rendition of the popular Chinese classic.
- 640 Mahjong Puzzles To Solve
- 8 Worlds To Complete
- Classic 2D & Rich 3D Environments
- Random Tile Layout
- Great Graphics, Audio & Score
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“While you can play at your own pace for casual enjoyment, the game features a nifty scoring system to give another layer of challenge for experienced Mahjong players to master. A score counter immediately begins ticking down at the start of a puzzle, and for every tile match made points are earned equal to the number left on the timer, which then resets to the maximum value and begins counting down again to determine the score for the next match. At the end of the puzzle, your total score is tallied up and rated with one to three gold stars. This is a clever way to promote and reward snappy recognition skills. The only thing missing is a clear delineation between the score values required for each star. For replaying puzzles to earn all three stars, it would have been helpful to have a visual indication of the point tiers.
As bloated as the Steam marketplace has become in recent years, there still aren’t many options when it comes to Mahjong. On quantity alone, Mahjong Deluxe 3 has to be the best bang for the buck currently available on the platform. The presentation could use more pep in its step for sure, but the solid core Mahjong mechanics along with the sheer volume of puzzles is a hard match to beat.”
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