Last Updated on: 3rd January 2024, 05:06 pm

Web site: apps.kde.org/pl/kshisen/
Category: Games
Sub-Category: Board, Strategy
Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows, Android
License: GNU GPL
Interface: GUI
First release: 2009

KShisen – a Shisen-Sho game where the player removes adjascent pairs of Mahjongg tiles to clear the board. This package is part of the KDE games module.

KShisen will automatically load a default layout when you start the game, and you can start playing immediately.
Look carefully at the tiles on the board and find two exactly matching tiles. When you find such a pair, use the mouse to select them.
After you draw a pair of matching tiles, they will disappear from the board. However, even if your chosen tiles appear to be open, they will only be removed from the board if they can be joined by a line that has two folds or less and does not intersect any other tiles (the line cannot be diagonal).
Find as many matches as possible to clear all tiles from the board.

Shisen-Sho, or ‘Four Rivers’ in English, is a Mahjong tile-based game originating from Japan.

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