Excerpt: "...had recently got into playing Mahjongg on 42 All Time Classics, and wanted a dedicated game for her DS. I’ve got Mahjong Quest Expeditions (spelt with one 'g' on the box), and as that has three player profiles, and no multiplayer facilities, it didn’t make sense to buy another copy. So Mum decided to get a different game, and having been impressed with Solitaire DS, I thought Mahjongg DS would be as good and most of the reviews for the game on Amazon ...
Pros: Multiple player profiles, different game modes
Cons: Boring, not very challenging, not enough time on games against the clock
Summary: This game is a bit of a disappointment. I think it is aimed at the very young. All the games are quite simplistic, with too few different layouts/tile designs and too few tiles on-screen. If you are advancing up levels, there is no way of saving your game at the level you have reached and you have to start all over again.
Summary: I've played lots of mahjongg on the PC, so was really looking forward to playing one of my favourite games on my DS. BUt I was really disappointed. There was no challenge to most of the games, it was all way too easy. The only games that requires some thought to work it out is the conquerer game, which I do enjoy.
Summary: I bought this game and was really looking forward to playing it as I had already bought and completed another version of the same title. I received the game and was dissapointed to find that the time trials on this game were a lot shorter. It wasnt that it made it harder because I love a challenge, it just didnt make it fun to play. After 2 or 3 shots it was banished to the cabinet and has been there ever since.
Summary: This game is okay I guess? Well that is if you could actually see the tiles you're looking for! You have to have glasses to be able to see them properly otherwise there is no point in playing the game. Overall a rubbish buy.