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    The Double Mahjong Puzzle

    Game » consists of 1 releases. Released Apr 25, 2002

    The fourth and final entry in Metro's Toride series of mahjong solitaire games, featuring two unique variations: Gekitoride and Jan Space. It was later released for the PS2 as part of the budget Simple series.

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    The Double Mahjong Puzzle last edited by Nes on 12/20/23 01:36PM View full history


    Gekitoride, also known as Geki Toride, is a mahjong solitaire game developed and released by Metro for arcades (using PS1-based Namco System 10 hardware) in Japan on 2001.

    The fourth and final entry in Metro's Toride series, this title features two unique adaptations on the concept of mahjong solitaire:

    • Gekitoride tasks players with launching a series of mahjong tiles from a moving cursor at the bottom of the screen up to the playfield, similar to the Magical Drop series, and attempt to form simple mahjong-style melds (triples or sequences), in order to clear the board. Bonus points are earned for making cascading chains.
    • Jan Space gives players a 3D board made up of cubes, with each cube having different mahjong tile markings on each of its six sides, and tasks players with clearing the board (and its reserves) by putting the cubes in their eight-cube hand. In order to clear the cubes from the hand, they must form mahjong-style melds (triples and sequences), with multiple matches at once granting bonus points. Additionally, the cubes in the hand can be rotated in tough

    The game was later ported to the PlayStation 2 in Japan on April 25, 2002, as part of D3 Publisher's Simple series. This home version, known as Simple 2000 Series Vol. 4: The Double Mahjong Puzzle, adds a special more-difficult variation to each of the game modes (with Gekitoride having harder puzzles with no timer and Jan Space having puzzles where a score threshold must be reached in addition to clearing the board).


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