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Shanghai - The Ancient Chinese Game Of Mah-Jongg  

A slightly misleading name. Shanghai is a solo game where the Mah-Jongg tiles are arranged in layers, and are then removed by matching free tiles in pairs. To be classed as free, a tile must be able to slide to the left or right (East or West) with no obstructions.

Mah-Jongg is actually played by four players who each have a hand of tiles. They then try to complete sets by picking up and discarding tiles.



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year of release unknown
companies Activision, System Soft
type game
media disk
systems Sharp X1
number of players 1 player
staff unknown
tags mind games, shanghai



 
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