Mahjong is a Chinese board game that spread around the West at the beginning of the 20th century. It's a challenge for four players with a certain reminiscence of Domino. There's a solitaire version known as Shanghai that is wrongfully known as Mahjong. There are traditionally seven kinds of tiles in this game:
Well, the guys at Difference Games LLC have totally ignored this tradition and have tried to create the most tasteless and tacky version of Shanghai that you've ever seen.
Solve 60 cute boards of progressive difficulty.
In Hidden Mahjong Unicorn Garden, your target is to unlock boards with coins to be able to play on them. The gameplay is simple: the tiles are provided with a certain layout and you'll have to try to remove them all by matching identical pairs. You'll only be able to access those that aren't blocked by adjacent tiles. The difficulty will increase as you advance as you'll have to pay special attention to which pairs to be matched because there are almost always two pairs of each tile. If you don't know how to continue, you can ask for a clue but each time you need help, your score will drop.
Earn coins and unlock new boards.
The music is very simple and pleasant, and the unicorns are really cute so it turns out to be a very decent option to play Shanghai. But the worst thing about this app is that the traditional tiles have been replaced with trivial elements such as a glass of milk, a bowl of cereals, a lamp, sunglasses, a radio, socks, a wad of cash or a knife. What would the Chinese think about this atrocity?
More utilities for coins
With the coins you earn, you'll be able to unlock boards. That's their main function, although you can also use them to play the expert version of each level that expands the number of tiles and their layout. The other thing you can use your virtual money for is to save the wallpapers full of unicorns of each board in the gallery of your mobile device. But you can forget about all this nonsense and simply play the classic mode.