Mahjong Titans is a solitaire game played with colorful tiles instead of cards.
Open the Games folder by clicking the Start button . In the search box, type games, and then, in the list of results, click Games Explorer.
Double-click Mahjong Titans.
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Select a tile layout: Turtle, Dragon, Cat, Fortress, Crab, or Spider.
Click a tile, and then find and click its pair.
If you need to finish a game later, just exit the game, and then click Save. The next time you play, you'll be asked whether you want to continue your saved game. If so, click Yes.
You can turn sounds, tips, and animations on and off, and more.
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Click the Game menu, and then click Options.
Make your choices, and then click OK.
You can choose different tile sets and backgrounds.
Double-click Mahjong Titans, and then choose a tile layout.
Click the Game menu, and then click Change Appearance.
Remove all the tiles from the board.
Each game begins with 144 tiles, arranged into six different layouts: Turtle, Dragon, Cat, Fortress, Crab, and Spider.
There are three basic tiles: Ball, Bamboo, and Character. Each of these tiles is numbered one through nine.
There are also four special tiles: Winds, Flowers, Dragons, and Seasons. Some of these tiles are marked with a letter.
To remove a tile, it must be free. That is, it must be capable of coming off the pile without moving other tiles. If you rest your mouse over a tile and it lights up, it means that tile is free. If you attempt to remove a tile that isn't free, Windows will let you know.
In most cases, you must match tiles exactly to remove them. But there are two exceptions: You can pick any two flower or season tiles.
Ask for a hint. Stuck? Press the H key and Windows will light up the next matching pair. You can also right-click a single tile. If there's a match available, it will flash.
Use Undo. To erase a move, press Ctrl+Z. You can erase as many moves as you like, but you'll be penalized two points each time.
Pick up bonus points. The order in which you remove tiles from the pile can dramatically affect your score. Removing identically matched pairs in a row earns you a bonus (especially if they're the same pattern and number). You also earn extra points for clearing both pairs of flower or season tiles in a row.
Mahjong Titans is a form of solitaire that is played with tiles instead of cards.
Remove all the tiles from the board by finding matching pairs of free tiles. When all the tiles are gone, you win. Mahjong Titans is a one-person game.
Open the Games folder by clicking the Start button , clicking All Programs, clicking Games, and then clicking Games Explorer.
If Mahjong Titans is not available, you might need to turn on the Games feature. For more information about turning on the Games feature, see Where are my games?
If you don't have a saved game, Mahjong Titans starts a new game. If you have a saved game, you can continue your previous game.
Select the type of tile layout you want: Turtle, Dragon, Cat, Fortress, Crab, or Spider.
Click to select the first tile you want to remove.
Click to select the matching tile and both will disappear.
You must match tiles exactly to remove them. Both the class and the number (or letter) of the tile must be the same. The classes are Ball, Bamboo, and Character. Each class has tiles numbered 1–9. In addition to the classes, there are special tiles on the board known as Winds, Flowers, Dragons, and Seasons. You must match wind tiles exactly, but any flower can match any other flower, and any season tile can match any other season tile and be removed.
To remove two tiles, each of them must be free. That is, if the tile can slide free of the pile without bumping into other tiles, it is free. The game will tell you when a tile is not free.
Use Undo to go back. If you want to erase a move, click the Game menu, and then click Undo, and you will lose two points. You can do this as many times as you want. The only penalty is losing points.
Take advantage of hints. At any time, click the Game menu, and then click Hint, and two matching tiles will flash. Or, when you select a tile, you can right-click it, and if a matching tile is free, it will flash.
Try for combination bonuses. Depending on how you take tiles off the board, your score can increase dramatically. If you get a matched pair of one class and your next pair is of the same class, you get a bonus. If the next pair is the same number and the same class, the bonus is bigger. If your second pair after that is of the same class again, your bonus is even bigger. You also get bonuses for clearing both pairs of flower or season tiles in a row.
You can turn sounds, tips, and animations on and off in the Options dialog box. Also, you can set the game to automatically continue your saved games.
Select the check boxes for any options that you want to turn on, and then click OK.
If you need to finish a game later, just close the game and click Save. The next time you start a game, the game will ask you whether you want to continue your saved game. To do so, click Yes.