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Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2

Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 is a puzzle game published by G5 Entertainment for the PSP and features a storyline that is weaved into the ancient tile-matching game of mahjongg. The game has different modes featured. These include the Quest Mode where gamers embark with the main characters in the game on an adventure of finding artifacts as well as the Classic Mode that features basic mahjongg gameplay in an array of layouts. Another mode is the Endless Mode that challe…

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Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2

Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 is a puzzle game published by G5 Entertainment for the PSP and features a storyline that is weaved into the ancient tile-matching game of mahjongg. The game has different modes featured. These include the Quest Mode where gamers embark with the main characters in the game on an adventure of finding artifacts as well as the Classic Mode that features basic mahjongg gameplay in an array of layouts. Another mode is the Endless Mode that challenges players with a layout that keeps building upon itself.

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Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 is a PSP game based on the classic tile-matching game and features several modes. The Quest Mode has up to 25 levels, while there are 99 additional levels in the Classic Mode. Gamers are challenged to race against time to clear tiles as they keep piling up in a tower in the Endless Mode. The game also features power-ups that can be collected by their characters as they go along their adventure uncovering artifacts throughout the game. Mahjongg Artifacts: Chapter 2 can also be found in the PSP Minis section of the PlayStation Network Store and can be downloaded into PlayStation 3, PSP or PSPgo. There is also a PC version which can be downlaoded with MediaGo software and installed into the PSP.

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