Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by JPH, Sep 12, 2008.
The NFO says it has Multi6 - if you know all the languages just please post here and I'll change it.
Also, some screenshots -
I've been wanting a Majong game! YES!!!
Sigh, it's yet another title matching game.
I want a proper mahjong game in English. Best would be if they had all the different rules like Hong Kong rules, Taiwan rules, Japanese rules etc so that those who like and want to play mahjong on the run can play whichever version they like.
I play Hong Kong rules but all the current non-title matching mahjong games are in Japanese and use Japanese rules.
Two g's at the end...
I was kinda hoping this was a real Mahjong game, and not one of those matching Mahjong tiles game.
Yeah, the matching game is pointless.
Is real Mahjong banned or something? It's an awesome game.
* Numerous game levels with 3 types of difficulty
* Four different game-types - Classic, Tactics, Time-Attack, Match-Three
* Historic storyline based in a scenario of castles, knights and dragons
* Simple handling and navigation with the Nintendo DS Stylus
* Many individual and freely selectable layouts for tokens and user-interface
* Single-player or Campaign game modes
The hugely popular and classic puzzle game Mahjongg is brought to the Nintendo DS.
Addictive Mahjongg brain teasers, with a historic fun story line. Only by solving the mahjongg riddles can the player stay alive and survive the deadly dragons attack. Mahjongg makes full use of the DS's lower screen where the player can easily interact with the stones, via touch screen, and the Nintendo DS Stylus. The upper screen displays the story progression. Picking a wrong piece sends the dragon into a frenzied attack destroying the castle, and killing anything in its way. Solving the riddle will take the player one step closer to slaying the dragon and saving the castle and its people.
Mahjongg is pure casual-gaming combined with long term fun, based in a medieval scenario of castles, knights and dragons.
Real Mahjong is too foreign, strange, and complex for your average white person.
So instead...let's make a tile matching game that any idiot can figure out! Woohoo!
Its gin rummy...
It's a Multi6, and when a rom is Multi6, then the game is also in Dutch
I want a real one where you can like shout 'PONG' into the DS mic. XDD
Oh yes, that would be cool.
I would also like wi-fi so that you can play with 3 other people even if you're at the beach or on a plane or on a trip somewhere.
Is this the same one as #1265, #1851 and #1899?
For crying out loud, how many countries in Europe are they going to release this damn game in before actually bringing it to the UK?! If the made-up release date retailers use slips again and I have to listen to another few months of "is it out yet?" I'm going to cry
sigh another tile matching game...oh well looks like ima have to "buy" one of the Japanese titles