Pretty Good MahJongg Review

Pretty Good Mahjongg is pretty eh.

Submitted by JonathanOst on Thu, 2009-04-09 18:40.
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The lowest price: 21.21$
You can buy it at RegNow for that price.
Customizable Easy to use 30 day free trial and Money back guarantee Has a Mac and Windows version
Pricey Slow Boring Not great graphics

If you're tired of taking out those Mahjongg tiles out of the closet and setting them up then you might want to consider a Mahjongg game for your computer. But I don't recommend Pretty Good Mahjongg. Don't be fooled by the title, it's not that good.

If you want a feel for realism, the graphics of this game aren't that good. They don't make you feel like you're playing Mahjongg. The game does offer a variety of types of Mahjongg to play, which is great for anyone who wants to experience a new set of games to play with your table set, but they might not want to play these games on the computer if they purchased this game.

It may seem like I'm ripping on this software, but there are a couple of good things about it. Good Sol Development Inc. offers a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee and you can also just get a downloadable version if you don't want to wait for a cd. And if you're still scared of losing your money you can download a 30 day trial version of the software. One of the best things about the software is that there is a Mac and Windows version just in case you have either. Most games don't offer this option.

Even though it may seem like this software is starting to sound pretty good, don't let that one paragraph fool you. The actual gameplay is slow, even if you have a fast computer, and it's not very fun. It's not very addictive and its okay for about 5 minutes until you're bored with it. If you don't like actually playing Mahjongg you could always start creating tiles in the tile editor or making your own layouts. I did not find these two features to be that great, but some may like the customization.

The final disappointment about this software is its price. $25 is costly for just a simple game of Mahjongg.