Summary: I am a huge computer Mah Jong fan and thought it would be fun to have the game on my ds. Wrong! I realize the ds doesn't have the biggest screen in the world, but the tiles on this game are so minscule you can barely see them, let alone which one they are. I've looked and so far haven't found any way to enlarge them. If the makers of the game had tried, they could have made the game patterns fit with slightly larger pieces.
Summary: This cartridge has plenty of games on it but I found two aspects rather disappointing: I prefer all the games to be available on a menu when the home page appears (rather than make a choice of methods and then have the games appear one after another) and on some of the games the tiles are a dull brown with very simple legends. As the pleasure for me in the games is the beauty of the tiles, this is a let-down.
Summary: Bought this game after doing the jewel quest games. I liked the jewel games better. This one is a bit boring and if your eye sight is'nt very good it is a bit small. It has no jewels in the game only tiles which you have to match like pairs in cards. Still it kills time when you are bored.
Summary: This game was entertaining enough but I thought there wasn't very much to it. Once a section was completed, it went back to the beginning, only to better your score on each level. After completing the challenge part of it, once again, it started from the beginning again. It wiled away a few hours and I will play it again inbetween another of my games, but it isn't one that grips your attention span for too long.