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Made another mistake. Should have looked at the other light HD versions out there first. I REALLY don't like the interface. Looks cheap.
vambuli on Jun 15, 2010 for Aki Mahjong for iPad
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Classy and clean
This is truly a refined and clean version of the classic solitaire game of mahjong. Very readable tiles and tasteful art make for a pleasant and non distracting experience. Sure the game doesn't have customizable tiles, but this is exactly what I don't want in my game. The ability to zoom in tiles is welcome and comes in handy at moments. Shaking the iPad to reshuffle the tiles is a really nice touch as well. More then enough levels are included combine with great replay value too! Addicting. The update addressed the problem of not being able to finish a game. Ambrosia was on top of fixing the bugs two days after the iPad was released.
PixelPerfection on Apr 21, 2010 for Aki Mahjong for iPad
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Better than most
I find the game fun despite its minor flaws: - lifting your finger after choosing a level often selects an adjacent level - touching a tile doesn't always select it - music can sometimes turn off between levels, menus, and game sessions - timer could use improvement to give a sense of progress with successive matchings and urgency when time is running out These are yet quite minor things that keeps the game from being one of the best mahjong boards currently available.
jyanji on Apr 9, 2010 for Aki Mahjong for iPad
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Not very vibrant and a terribly annoying fixed timer.
bunnynnub on Apr 5, 2010 for Aki Mahjong for iPad
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Questionable results
You say the update is available but when I choose update it says all apps updated and yet I'm still on ver 1.0.0. What gives?
Trrr544462589 on Apr 4, 2010 for Aki Mahjong for iPad
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Missing tile
Guys, this is Andrew Welch from Ambrosia. You're 100% right about a tile being missing in version 1.0.1. It wasn't missing in the dev version we tested, and since we did not have an iPad for actual testing, there's no way we could have caught it. The problem was just a graphic that didn't get copied over. We burned the midnight oil on Saturday (the iPad launch day) and fixed the issue in version 1.0.1, which is available now. Grab the update, and you should be good to go!
Andrew Welch on Apr 4, 2010 for Aki Mahjong for iPad
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