Reviews and Problems with Mahjong Mysteries: Ancient Egypt
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A Real Mystery
Judith A. Dyer "curiosity cat", 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. In "Adventure" (which is in no way adventurous) there are a few screens of dialog setting up the "adventure" story at the start of the game. Then a couple at the end of the last level in adventure mode when it says you are done.
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 as it doesn't save your score or anything there isn't much point. Really disappointed.
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.