While the history of Mahjong is not always clear; its appearance in the United States is more known. Brought over sometime in the 1920s, the game has rapidly grown in popularity among adults and children alike.
Mahjong Dark Dimensions
Bubble Shooter definitely went wild when it included Mahjong Dark Dimensions on its platform. Rather than randomly placed tiles on a flat service, this version features a 3D rotational board. Therefore, the gameplay as intense as it is interesting since having to rotate the board to find pairs ups the difficulty.
Again, since the design is vastly different from other versions this one wisely defaults to open on the gameplay menu.
Rotate puzzle - using either the arrow keys or the A and D button Timer- varies per level
Speed Match Combo 2x
MulitMatch Combo 5x(match the same tiles in a row)
Timer Bonus-match timer tiles
Additionally, the game setting menu is located at the top right of the board. From here players can control the volume of the music as well as review the gameplay instructions.
Equally important small icon right below that displays the tile the cursor is hovering over. This is exceedingly useful as rotating the board can cause confusion in remembering the wanted tile.
Each level is presented with various brightly colored symbols and at least one set of timer tiles. Also, it is possible to have those special tiles hidden behind others, so matching speed is key to obtaining the bonus.
However, one of the most interesting aspects of this game is a slight challenge that players can indulge in. The game purports to need rotating, but it is not necessary on all levels. Unfortunately, the game does not offer any additional bonus for accomplishing this, but it is fun.
Follow Bubble Shooter's lead and take a walk on the wild side with Mahjong Dark Dimensions.