Reviews and Problems with Mahjong Mysteries: Ancient Egypt
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A Real Mystery
Judith A. Dyer, Amazon
28 June 2011
Summary: I love playing on my Nintendo but have found some games are not suited for this format. This is one. The layouts are just too small. Sometimes I identify the characters by color. The layouts are good and the game is progressive as I like but,too hard to see.
Summary: If you have already played Mahjong Journey: Quest for Tikal then DON'T get this game. The 2 recently released mahjong games for the DS are virtual clones of one another. The differences are superficial and minor.
Summary: I have to agree with Nigel I am afraid, rather boring and tedious,once you have completed one you may as well pack up, the games are all pretty much the same. Dissapointed, I much prefer Mahjong Deep Silver which has a lot more variety and choice of games.
Summary: This game is OK graphic-wise but the puzzles are too easy and the storyline (weak anyway as all games of this sort are) is far to short, I completed the game really quickly so thought I would start the extra's on the classic mode but even the hard ones on there aren't actually difficult and seeing...