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In this elegant Japanese version of Mahjong, tiles (or panels as they are referred to in the game!) are eliminated in pairs. But rather than clicking on them, they have to be moved so that they are next to each other on the board. Tiles can be moved by holding down the left mouse button over the tile, then dragging in the direction wanted - an arrow will be highlighted, and when the cursor moves over the arrow, the tile moves as far as it can in that direction. There are multiple levels with increasing difficulty; each layer has to be completed in a set number of moves. There are also a limited number of opportunities to Undo the previous move, and to Delete individual tiles.