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Mahjong OG Wars

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Circle  :  SPLUSH WAVE
Website :  http://splushwave.com/
Release :  Apr/09/2008
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A string mahjong game featuring characters from the Super R*bot Wars Original Generation series.
While it is a mahjong game, it's not really a traditional one...

The game is highly strategic, plus character voices and sound effects, which I believe will boost the whole game experience!

Operational Requirements

Work Number
RE038339
File / Size
RJ038339.zip / 183.32MB (192225208Byte)
CPU
Pentium200MHz (PentiumIII800MHz or greater)
Memory
128MB or greater (256MB or greater)
HDD
280MB or greater
Video
800x600 16bit/High Color/60000 colors or greater
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War is hell. And full of tits.

Jan/26/2010  By SutorippuTop : 6 Reviewer

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Mahjong OG Wars, another Splush Wave mahjongg game, sets its backdrop in a series of games about giant robots and mechae. You pick your character, and pit them against other characters, most of them girls whom you strip and boink if you beat them in Hard mode.

And, yes, it follows more or less the same format as most other Splush Wave mahjongg games. Girls strip, guys you just beat. You earn points (in this case, GP) to buy your stats and learn skills, and build up your character to take on more challenging opponents. By beating said opponents, you unlock new ones. The amount of CG you get is, again, determined by the difficulty level you select, although it's recommended that you play through each difficulty mode so that you don't have as tough a time.

As always, the artwork is excellent, and this game comes fully voiced, although the voices can be a bit distracting during gameplay. The game itself is also fairly challenging even in its easy mode, although mostly due to tiles you need not always falling in your lap. You can remedy this with skills, of course.

Splush Wave has a pretty impressive line of mahjongg games, and this is probably one of their best for somewhat seasoned players. It's not too easy, but if played right, it's not too hard either.

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