A Refreshing Mahjong Challenge with Master Qwan's
Stepping into the serene world of Master Qwan's Mahjongg, I found the traditional touches quite appealing. The game's interface is straightforward, providing a comforting, no-frills Mahjong experience. The challenge to clear levels within a 20-minute window adds a layer of excitement, and choosing different backgrounds lets you customize the vibe to keep your focus sharp. I've seen friends breeze through the tiles, and I've had those sticky clicks where you have to tap a tile more than once - seems to be a hiccup for several players based on community feedback. Despite these occasional quirks, it doesn’t detract much from the overall enjoyment. It's a bit of a letdown needing that extra click but, the heart of the game remains a solid puzzle fix. Whether you aim for Zen-like calm or feverish competition against the clock, this game offers a fine balance. And hey, hitting the leaderboard after a particularly good run feels pretty rewarding.