Way back in 1987, a Japanese game company called Tamtex made a 2D version of Mahjong Solitaire called "Shisenshou Joshiryou-Hen - Sichuan I". It was first made for arcade cabinets and became popular with people of all ages across the country. Over 30 years later, you can now play Shisensho on Steam.
HOW TO PLAY
There are 144 Mahjong tiles laid out flat in an 18 x 8 rectangle. Match pairs of tiles to clear the board. Tiles can be matched by a single straight line, a line with one bend, or a line with two bends. A tile from the Seasons or Flowers suits can be matched with any other tile of its type.
Regular Mode - No time limit
Casual Mode - Hint, Undo, Shuffle, no time limit
Time Attack - Try to beat your fastest time
Mini Mode - A smaller board with a time limit
Windowed and Fullscreen
Steam Achievements, Leaderboards and Cloud saving
Special thanks to Keevin for providing music from his album,
"LoFi from the East Side"
You can listen to the whole album on Spotify - check the forum for a link.
1024 MB RAM
Intel HD Graphics
100 MB available space
Untested on older versions of Windows and DirectX.