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  Kyodia Mahjongg
The game Mahjong has been around for centuries as far as I know and was mainly played in the Asian countries.With the advent of the internet and beter communications, this game was introduced to the rest of the world and even I have played it as far back at twenty years ago or more and more recently the game became available for the computer enthusiast.
In the past I believe that I have reviewed at least 2 or even 3 other variation of this game by companies such as Activision and Expert and now this one has surfaced by an individual and is only sold on the web. Kyodai Mahjongg was created and designed by René-Gilles Deberdt. I do not know him but his name definitly sounds french to me.
I find his talent in this creation in particular simply incredible. The graphics, the animation and sound are truly remarkable. Also, the variations of tile sets and designs are huge so you will never get tired of having to play the same game over and over again.
In reviewing previous versions of this game I got addicted every time and this time is no exception.
One of my reviewers brought this game to my attention and when we had it set up in one of our testing computers I simply took over and it was all I could do to stop playing it long enough to write this review. I can see how it will interfere with business operation here if I don't set a time limit or limit the number of games I will allow myself to play because it's the same old story.... just one more time to see if I can beat my previous score. On "River" I am down to 4:32 and I want to beat that score.
I have taken some screen shots for you to appreciate and you can look at those but I would strongly suggest that you get a copy and register it because for under $25 US, it's a bargain and superb entretainement for a long time.

Review ID Number: 145
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Review Date: 2001-09-14
Reviewer: Nick Sardy
Rating: 10 out of 10
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