Reviews and Problems with Shanghai: Second Dynasty
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Shanghai: Second Dynasty
8 April 2004
Excerpt: Developer: Quicksilver Software Inc. Publisher: Activision Minimum system requirements System: Pentium-90 or equivalent RAM: 16 MB CD-ROM speed: 2X Video Mode: SVGA with 1MB of video memory Hard Drive Space: 40 MB Sound Board: Yes Operating System: Windows 95 Da Introduction Mah-jongg is an ancient game, much like Rummy, where you match up groups of tiles to score points.
Summary: Activision's Shanghai: Second Dynasty doesn't really offer all that much in the way of new content over its three-year-old predecessor, Shanghai: Dynasty. It's got a few new tile sets, a number of new layouts, and some new game modes. However, it reuses the interface screens and much of the graphics of the game that came before it. As such, it probably won't seem like much of a value to those who already own Shanghai: Dynasty.