Best DS Mahjong games?

Discussion in 'NDS - Console and Game Discussions' started by anime_junkie, Jan 23, 2009.

  1. anime_junkie

    anime_junkie GBAtemp Fan

    Dec 29, 2007
    United States
    Real mahjong, not shanghai. So far my favorite is Mahjong Fight Club DS, but I've only played a few (Namely, the Gundam mahjong game and the Akagi mahjong game, moth of which were kind of meh). I'm just curious as to what other good mahjong games there are on the DS. C'mon, I know there's some other mahjong aficionados on these boards. [​IMG]
  2. timmyisme22

    timmyisme22 Member

    Jun 7, 2008
    United States
    Yakima, WA
    I've also been looking for a good mahjong game. Give me some real playing! Not solitaire puzzling!!!

    (if anyone knows of a good english site or game for computer, reply's are also welcomed!!!)
  3. mrchew

    mrchew Banned

    Aug 7, 2007
    United States
    try this one its japanese but still really good
  4. Zane

    Zane Ace Wizard

    Mar 22, 2008
    Sweden, Falkenberg
    Sorry for hijaking your thread, but speaking about Mahjong, is there any Shogi or Go games for the DS? Homebrew or otherwise... and if there is, any chance they exist in english? Always wanted to try the games.
  5. Filter

    Filter GBAtemp Regular

    Aug 23, 2008
    United States
  6. Porkdish

    Porkdish GBAtemp Fan

    Jul 6, 2007
    Simple DS volume 44 the gal mahjong is a good looking title. So far as the tile layout and opponent graphics go. You can play just mahjong without the lonely salaryman minigames/features if you want but even during a normal mahjong game your immediately opposite opponent's breast will jiggle each time she picks up a tile and all 3 of the girls playing against you will comment, grunt and make other sounds that are more unsettling than erotic.

    If you just want mahjong it might not be worth the 128 meg file size but I've never tried trimming it. Be aware that the lonely salaryman gameplay can unlock 'cheat' modes and such that effect your dealt hand in odd ways.

    I believe you can change difficulty and tile colours in the settings but I don't read japanese. Even on what I believe is the hardest setting, I didn't feel like everyone but me was getting a loaded hand. On some Mahjong games I've tried, at least one and often two players are going rici/rich inside of 3 rounds which is just ludicrous.