Road Of Mahjong __EXCLUSIVE__
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Road of Mahjong
A very unusual approach to mahjong is shown to us by the developers of this version of the game. First, images on tiles. These are road signs, exactly the ones that we are used to seeing on the roadways. When disassembling the structure, you can also remember the traffic rules, repeating at the same time the meaning of the signs themselves. Do you know, for example, a sign indicating oncoming traffic? Here you will meet him. And not only him.
Secondly, the authors tied slow or unclear disassembly to superficial knowledge, deciding to introduce severe fines and penalties for this. For example, time is up - play again (well, this is still soft and even ordinary), or if you have created a deadlock situation (there are no more moves), then you go to prison (not you, of course, but your virtual character). Really, friends. You need to know the signs and be able to read them at lightning speed, because on the road there is no time to look at them and remember their purpose.
As for the rules, the standards and traditions of mahjong are not violated here. Disassemble all tiers of tiles of knuckles, sequentially extracting pairs of identical road signs from them. Step by step, because only those that are open can be extracted and others do not interfere with them.
Unfortunately, depending on the board, this may loop forever. If you end up removing a pair that resembles a "no outlet" road, where all subsequent "roads" are a dead end, and there are multiple dead ends, your algorithm will never complete. I don't know if it is possible to design a board where this would be the case, but if so, there is still a solution.
While many variations of mahjong exist, most of them have the basic rules of how to play mahjong in common; for example how to deal, the order of play, how a tile is drawn and discarded, how to take a piece from another player, the use of suits and honour tiles, and the basic sets allowed.
Mahjong is a game of strategy. Once you get the hang of the basic set up and rules and learn how to play mahjong, you can vary your game play and learn how to strategise efficiently for more winning hands. Be warned, its addictive!
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The family have been in the business for more than 40 years and to this day the shop is kept open daily providing beautiful mahjong tiles. You can even learn the art of crafting your own mahjong tiles with a unique Mahjong craving workshop with the master mahjong tile artisan Cheung Shun King himself. Address: Jordan Road, Yau Ma Tei (opposite the entrance to Temple Street night markets)
Dongtai Lu Antique Market has character; here, amidst the trinkets and possible ersatz antiques, you will run across old people loudly playing cards, or slapping Mahjong tiles on tabletops to the accompaniment of shouts (Mahjong is a game of tiles for four players, though apparently based on a card game, where one typically plays so-called suits, as one does with mahjong, which has prompted some to suggest that the game is in fact based on a certain card game called Ma Diao). Many, if not most, of the flea market's stalls are run by women, who seem constantly to yak among themselves and with prospective customers, a further detail that adds flavor to Dongtai Road Antique Market. 041b061a72