Japanese Pretty Girls Mahjong #1!
Japanese "Pretty Girls" have been gathered together.
The heated struggle to determine the world's top Mahjong girl is about to begin!
"Are You Ready?"
Based on authentic Japanese Mahjong rules and presented as an exciting Pretty Girls Battle game.
■"KAWAII" cute girls gathered for a hot Mahjongbattle!
23 different sexy girls to choose from!
From a brave samurai girl, to sexy devils and nuns, a sword fighting princess, and rabbits and foxes in human form, this Mahjong game is out of this world.
An extraordinary collection of Pretty Girls is waiting for you!
■Hear their sexy voices in heated Mahjong battles!
Voices of all 23 girls are included.
Squealing in ecstasy when they win, crying in sadness when they don't succeed.
Audio enjoyment for your gaming pleasure.
■Authentic Japanese Mahjong rules
Including settings for some famous local rule variants
The Pretty Girls will help you practice Japan's most famous game.
■ Introducing your Pretty Girls!
• Ayame Kirishima- unyielding high school girl
• Tsubasa Sasaki - sexy Harajuku girl
• Ayumi Sakura - funny school girl
• Rui Shiina - domineering high school princess
• Akari Suzumura - she loves to make boys happy
• Airi Sakurai - foul mouthed elder Sakurai sister
• Chise Sakurai - more proper younger Sakurai sister
• Kanon Amagi - famous idol band member, a bit of an oddball
• Yuuki Asakura - famous idol band member, very genki!
• Miyu - originally a rabbit, in human form for your pleasure
• Ren Akizuki - Sexy swordsgirl, hates to be bent out of shape
• Yuuko - Fox goddess in human form
• Kirika Minazuki - Sexy fighter, is Mahjong a game of bullets?
• Shizune Kakei - Sexy Ninja girl, avenging evil under the cover of darkness
• Anisu - Pious nun, where did she learn Mahjong??
• Elsa - Princess who coined "Sword of light! My strength to fight!"
• Roux - Devil child, things she has done cannot be spoken
• Resabell - Sexy devil, attracts men in the world
• Felicite - Mahjong goddess, her sexy behaviour will captivate you
• Char - Mahjong goddess, likes to be seen by men not by boys
• Aila - Mahjong goddess, speaks like a guy but acts like a romantic lady
• Satie - Mahjong goddess, shy... until you get to know her
• Ester - Mahjong goddess, ladylike and motherly
Please note: This is an authentic Mahjong game with character images included for visual effect only. No undressing or nudity is included in the game. The game is single player only with additional AI players for authentic Mahjong play. Characters and character images used under license from their respective owners.
It's Mahjong. There's pretty girls. That's what the game is, and that's what you'll be getting if you pick this up. The Mahjong element of the game is fun because, well, Mahjong is a fun game in its own right, but the inclusion of anime girls doesn't really add much to the game. I'd definitely advise you to play Mahjong, but whether or not you play it through this game is entirely up to you.
I've been gifted this game by a friend of mine, although he do knows I'm not a fan of anime, BUT I do like to play a lot of Mahjong games. What can I say, surprisingly, I liked Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle more than I expected. Here's what I have to say from the 5 hours I played yesterday: Good thing is that you have a "Tutorial" thing around, so, for the new players it's an almost-perfect start. There are several "Kawaii" characters to unlock, because when you start there are only a few available. I'm not gonna go into detail about how to play Mahjong in this game, as I'm not a good instructor and I'm still learning this one, haha. About that, there's also the tutorial and you will get used to it while you will be playing, eventually. It isn't really complicated though. I can already feel the replayability it has, it doesn't feel like it's getting boring after a point (depends also if you like playing Mahjong that way). The graphics... come on, they're fine. The game's been well-developed, so, I can't complain about that. It certainly isn't a cheap, quick work. Nevertheless, the whole "Mahjong" experience is quite satisfying, don't let the "Kawaii" characters get you wrong from recognising the great Mahjong game that's over hiding there. Is 14,99$ worth it for such a game, you might say? My answer is yes & no. Yes, if you like Anime & Mahjong games, and No if you don't like anime to be mixed with your Mahjong experience, even though it was nice and still pleasant. 4 out of 5 stars from me, even though I don't like any kind of anime stuff to the games I play.
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