In this Mahjongg variant the player has to remove the tiles with the same marks from the board until all the board is completely empty. The elimination of tiles is allowed if these tiles are projected on the same line with no other tiles in their projection path. There are a certain number of same items on each level. The player can mark the tiles, or cancel the action to change the decision. The dead-ends exist if the strategy of tiles elimination was incorrect. Games are time-limited and a certain number of 'next move' suggestions are available during gameplay.
The game sports three difficulty levels as well as a 1 or 2-player mode. The best scores are saved in the high score table.
Turn It is a simple solitaire Mahjongg game that is set up a bit differently from normal: instead of a mountain of tiles, you just see a whole screenful of tiles at the beginning of the game, all lying on the same level. Like typical Mahjongg games, the goal is to remove as many tiles from the board as possible. You do this by removing one pair of matched tiles at a time, but only when there is a straight path to it, i.e. no other tile that gets in the way. This requires good strategic planning, because you have to think about which pairs to move first so as not to obstruct paths to subsequent pairs.
While the game pales beside Activision's acclaimed Shanghai series, Turn It is still quite fun. You can play in either solitaire or two-player mode, in which you compete with another player for higher score. There are 50 levels in the game, and there is time limit per turn that will force you to think and act fast. The combination of reflexes and strategy makes the game fun, and challenging especially at higher levels. The game is in German, but there's nothing you need to know if you already know how to play solitaire Mahjongg. Worth a look.
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