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Ambrosia bringing Aki Mahjong to iPhone

updated 05:05 pm EDT, Fri June 6, 2008

Aki Mahjong for iPhone

Ambrosia is currently adapting its first iPhone game, Aki Mobile Mahjong, and is running a closed beta test as it works to release the game. Little is revealed on Ambrosia's development page, but it has already said that it is making use of Core Animation to select between levels, as well as EDGE and WiFi to download new levels. Aki Mobile Mahjong will also allow players to pause the game to take a call, and when the game is relaunched, they will be right where they left off.

Similar to the desktop version, Aki Mahjong Solitaire, players solve mahjong tile puzzles as they journey across Japan.








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  1. msuper69

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Not a feature of the game

    Pausing when using the phone is not new. All iPhone apps do that. The iPhone version of OS X is designed to allow only one user program to run at a time. (some OS functions continue to run in the background but not an application not provided by Apple.

  1. herve5

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    free one exists for month

    there has almost always been the free Mahjong from Eoin Mcloughlin available, for any ipod/iphone, with what I consider a much nicet tileset...
    http://www.netsoc.tcd.ie/~eoinmcl/content/mahjong.html

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