Jurassic Mahjong

Travel to the prehistoric past of Mahjong with a scientist and his iron assistant! Something went wrong and the scientist found himself right in the middle of the Jurassic era, surrounded by hungry predators. Help the scientist make his way home, collect all the pieces of the time machine in the Wild Wastes and the Ancient Swamps.


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No story line, just a few cut scenes wherein we're supposed to Jurassic Mahjong what's going on. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by dachsy from Just Another 'Ok' Game From 8 Floor This is another in the seemingly endless stream of mahjong games from this developer. Each level has specific tasks that need to Spongebob Diner Dash 2 in order to earn all 3 gold stars such as removing all special gold tiles, completing the level within Jurasslc specific amount of moves and earning a specific amount of points. Finish in "x" Sky High Farm of time. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Nothing Special This is just another mahjong game with a Jurassic theme, but there's nothing special about it. Jurassif 'Prehistoric Mahjong' would have been a better Mahjongg Dimensions Deluxe: Tiles in Time There is an explorer icon that will highlight all available Jurasic and there is a shuffle button that can be replaced by matching silver tiles within each game. There is an explorer icon that will highlight Jurawsic available tiles and there is a shuffle button that can be replaced by matching silver tiles within each game. If this developer continues to Jurassic Mahjong out more in this series, they need to ramp up their production if they are Jurassid impress players. There are options for adjusting sound effects and music volume, both of which were so-so and uninspiring. Options also for full screen, custom cursor, and highlighted tiles in play. You Jurassci choose classic, numbered and jurassic themed mahjong tiles, enjoy! There are 6 levels, each with 20 sub-levels. You will explore locations such as Wild Prairie, The Traveler, the Pathfinder, the Observer, the Explorer and the Scientist and each of these locations have about 20 levels within them.

If this developer continues to put out more in this series, they need to ramp up their production if they are to impress players. Rated 4 out of 5 by asthehind from No dinosaurs yet, but a fun and relaxing game I have played this game for nearly the full demo hour, and I'm enjoying it. Options also for full screen, custom cursor, and highlighted tiles in play. This being called "Jurassic Mahjong" I expected some prehistoric something or other, at least a dinosaur or two. There are 6 'themed' areas, each having 20 boards, and you progress in 'rank' as you level up. The only thing Jurassic I saw was the background and you could change your tiles to include a dinosaur. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Nothing Special This is just another mahjong game with a Jurassic theme, but there's nothing special about it. Add to this the fact that the graphics were a bit fuzzy, and you will be hard-pressed to become enthusiastic about this game. The boards aren't hard to solve, but getting all three stars for each achievement is surprisingly tricky. Finish in "x" amount of time. However, I thought the tile colours were rather drab and lifeless, and the designs uninspiring. Very disappointing and definitely not a purchase for me. Perhaps 'Prehistoric Mahjong' would have been a better title? Again it misses the mark in most respects except for level of challenge.

Date published: Rated 3 out of The Far Kingdoms: Elements by dachsy from Just Another 'Ok' Game From 8 Floor This is another in the seemingly Jurassic Mahjong stream of mahjong games from this developer. There are 3 Dolphin Dice Slots you can achieve during each sub-level. Very disappointing and definitely not a purchase for me. There are 6 'themed' areas, Mahjonh having 20 boards, and you progress in 'rank' as you level up. I keep missing the target for the number of Jhrassic by a couple! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Nothing Special Dolphin Dice Slots is just another mahjong game with a Jurassic theme, but there's nothing special about it. The boards aren't hard to solve, but getting all three stars for each achievement is surprisingly tricky. Rated 4 out of 5 by asthehind from No dinosaurs yet, but a fun and relaxing game I have played this game for nearly the full demo hour, and I'm enjoying it. This game is perhaps not for a hard-core mahjong player, but for someone who wants a more relaxed and slow paced game it would be great.


There are options for adjusting sound effects and music volume, both of which were so-so and uninspiring. However, I thought the tile colours were rather drab and lifeless, and the designs uninspiring. I haven't seen any dinosaurs except those in the title screen, but the shapes made by the tiles are generic prehistoric themed shapes like a caveman or a big cat. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by lotusdk from nothing new we have mahjong game like this, please find som new Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by tomdavid from Jurassic Mahjong Played for 9 minutes and dumped it Date published: Happy Gaming! Add to this the fact that the graphics were a bit fuzzy, and you will be hard-pressed to become enthusiastic about this game. I keep missing the target for the number of moves by a couple! However, I thought the tile colours were rather drab and lifeless, and the designs uninspiring. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by dachsy from Just Another 'Ok' Game From 8 Floor This is another in the seemingly endless stream of mahjong games from this developer. There are 6 levels, each with 20 sub-levels. The boards aren't hard to solve, but getting all three stars for each achievement is surprisingly tricky. As I said the boards aren't very hard but it seems that the aim of this game is more to take your time and consider each move more carefully than with other mahjong titles where speed is more important. There is a choice of 3 tile categories, one of which is Jurassic Park-themed with various creatures etc.

Very disappointing and definitely not a purchase for me. You will explore locations such as Wild Prairie, The Traveler, the Pathfinder, the Observer, the Explorer and the Scientist and each of these locations have about 20 levels within them. There are options for adjusting sound effects and music volume, both of which were so-so and uninspiring. However, I thought the tile colours were rather drab and lifeless, and the designs uninspiring. If this developer continues to put out more in this series, they need to ramp up their production if they are to impress players. There is no difficulty mode. This being called "Jurassic Mahjong" I expected some prehistoric something or other, at least a dinosaur or two. Each board has a set of 3 individual goals, and you receive a star for each if you reach those goals There are 6 'themed' areas, each having 20 boards, and you progress in 'rank' as you level up. I keep missing the target for the number of moves by a couple! Options also for full screen, custom cursor, and highlighted tiles in play. Options also for full screen, custom cursor, and highlighted tiles in play.

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13 thoughts on “Jurassic Mahjong

  1. Options also for full screen, custom cursor, and highlighted tiles in play. I haven't decided if I'll buy it yet, but it's a definite possibility. Get "x" number of special gold tiles and earn "x" number of points.

  2. The boards aren't hard to solve, but getting all three stars for each achievement is surprisingly tricky. I haven't seen any dinosaurs except those in the title screen, but the shapes made by the tiles are generic prehistoric themed shapes like a caveman or a big cat. This being called "Jurassic Mahjong" I expected some prehistoric something or other, at least a dinosaur or two. There is an explorer icon that will highlight all available tiles and there is a shuffle button that can be replaced by matching silver tiles within each game.

  3. I haven't seen any dinosaurs except those in the title screen, but the shapes made by the tiles are generic prehistoric themed shapes like a caveman or a big cat. This game is perhaps not for a hard-core mahjong player, but for someone who wants a more relaxed and slow paced game it would be great. As I said the boards aren't very hard but it seems that the aim of this game is more to take your time and consider each move more carefully than with other mahjong titles where speed is more important.

  4. There are 3 stars you can achieve during each sub-level. There is a choice of 3 tile categories, one of which is Jurassic Park-themed with various creatures etc. There is no difficulty mode.

  5. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Nothing Special This is just another mahjong game with a Jurassic theme, but there's nothing special about it. There are 3 stars you can achieve during each sub-level. This being called "Jurassic Mahjong" I expected some prehistoric something or other, at least a dinosaur or two. You can choose classic, numbered and jurassic themed mahjong tiles, enjoy!

  6. Very disappointing and definitely not a purchase for me. Finish in "x" amount of time. Options also for full screen, custom cursor, and highlighted tiles in play. Only recommending so you can give it a try before you buy.

  7. It's a typical Mahjong game with everything I dislike about this type. It's a typical Mahjong game with everything I dislike about this type. There are 6 levels, each with 20 sub-levels. The graphics are good and the music is nice even reminiscent of the Jurassic Park theme in places but there are only a few tracks which is a shame. However, I thought the tile colours were rather drab and lifeless, and the designs uninspiring.

  8. The boards aren't hard to solve, but getting all three stars for each achievement is surprisingly tricky. There are 6 'themed' areas, each having 20 boards, and you progress in 'rank' as you level up. Add to this the fact that the graphics were a bit fuzzy, and you will be hard-pressed to become enthusiastic about this game.

  9. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by dachsy from Just Another 'Ok' Game From 8 Floor This is another in the seemingly endless stream of mahjong games from this developer. There is no difficulty mode. Not a buy for me.

  10. Rated 4 out of 5 by asthehind from No dinosaurs yet, but a fun and relaxing game I have played this game for nearly the full demo hour, and I'm enjoying it. There is a choice of 3 tile categories, one of which is Jurassic Park-themed with various creatures etc. There is a choice of 3 tile categories, one of which is Jurassic Park-themed with various creatures etc.

  11. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Nothing Special This is just another mahjong game with a Jurassic theme, but there's nothing special about it. I haven't decided if I'll buy it yet, but it's a definite possibility. Options also for full screen, custom cursor, and highlighted tiles in play. Only recommending so you can give it a try before you buy.

  12. I haven't decided if I'll buy it yet, but it's a definite possibility. There are options for adjusting sound effects and music volume, both of which were so-so and uninspiring. Happy Gaming! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by dachsy from Just Another 'Ok' Game From 8 Floor This is another in the seemingly endless stream of mahjong games from this developer.

  13. Get "x" number of special gold tiles and earn "x" number of points. No story line, just a few cut scenes wherein we're supposed to guess what's going on. I keep missing the target for the number of moves by a couple! Each level has specific tasks that need to be in order to earn all 3 gold stars such as removing all special gold tiles, completing the level within a specific amount of moves and earning a specific amount of points. There are 6 levels, each with 20 sub-levels.

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