With 200 puzzles, three different modes and difficulty settings, plus the ability to compete head-to-head with a friend, this addictive 3D Mahjong game provides an abundance of fun, replayability and value!
MAHJONG CUB3D is an addictive, intuitive tile-matching puzzle game with captivating three-dimensional effects for Nintendo 3DS. With 200 Mahjong matching puzzles delivered in full, vibrant 3D, MAHJONG CUB3D offers colorful, meditative, challenging puzzle gameplay that's easy to pick up and impossible to set down! Cube Mode and Classic Mode offer a range of difficulty that'll entertain all skill levels from beginner to veteran, and 2-player Vs. Mode offers players the opportunity to really test their skills against other puzzle masters using 3DS Download Play. This addictive 3D Mahjong matching game provides an abundance of fun, replayability and value!
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