Weird but wonderful version of Mahjong, but the patterns are all associated in some way with TEA! There are cups, spoons, lime(?) and kettles; but we have no idea what the other tiles such as the ones with large S’s are supposed to represent! The display at bottom right gives the points scored when a matching pair are eliminated, the bonus time points available, how many tiles are left, and how many free pairs are still on the layout. We think that the language of the display is Polish - could anyone confirm that? But some of the “Chinese” writing on the tiles is actually in English - can you decipher the words? This game is, for some reason, very difficult to complete successfully. Have you had any luck? Is there more than one level?
UnfoldUnfold the colors to fill each level. A clever way to exercise your spatial comprehension.
Fill MazeSlide the ball throughout the maze to fill it with color. Very satisfying!
MahjongA HD Mahjong game that tracks your wins. Can you get a perfect game? (no shuffles used)
Bubble ShooterPop bubbles in this classic bubble shooting skill game.
Mahjong ClassicA Mahjong Solitaire game with multiple boards to choose from.