Alright guys, it's time for MAHJONG! Really I don't even know how to pronounce that, asides from that it is similar to how it has always been. Just with a Metro Menu and what not.
Some people like an actual review, so here I go.
Well if you enjoy a nice puzzle then you should enjoy Mahjong. It's the same as it was on, Windows 98? (I think... only played it a couple times because I didn't know what I was doing) Now skip ahead about 14 years, I still have no clue. Mahjong is a game, I can tell you that much, but I am still confused with what pieces you can choose. I know you can choose ones that are on top... but you can't always, not sure how that works. It's fun to play if you just like clicking neat tiles and what not. I would recommend reading the instructions.
This was less of a review and more of me just saying I am stupid. Nonetheless, there you have it.
Great now that we're done with that, some of you may be asking how to get this crazy stuff.
Well I was wondering for half a day.
Let me explain it to you.
I assume you have a program to Virtualize Windows 8... You know like Oracle Virtual Box or VMWare.... or HyperV (...Assuming you're running Windows Server...)
Virtual Box is free, so download that if you need it.
Then download the Windows 8 Enterprise Eval.
You may need to sign in.
Scroll down make sure you meet the system requirements
Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster
RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit)
Hard disk space: 20 GB
Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver
Then choose the version of Windows 8 Enterprise you want to download.
32-Bit or 64-Bit
Wait for the .iso to finish downloading.
Then start up your Virtualization program.
And create a new virtual machine for Windows 8.
Just stick with the defaults for the most, up the RAM to 2GB if you picked the 64-bit version.
When you turn it on for the first time it should ask you to select the image or drive you want to use. Find your .iso for Windows 8 and select it.
Continue the install as normal, make sure you select your region to be the same as your GamerTag.
Once all is said and done, assuming you followed the step by step brilliant instructions. You are going to have a great time adapting to Windows 8. If you get lost hover over the very bottom left corner and it should bring up the side task bar thing (not sure of the technical name). Choose the Start menu, 4 rectangles. Find the Games tab, and fool around with logging in and what not.
Now I had issues with geting the games to work, I typically had to click the game tile and then click explore game, in order for the option of Play Game to come up. Hopefully this doesn't happen for you.
Anyways, once installed and ready, click the different tiles until one of them allows you to play the game.
And Boom! You're good to go!
Anyways, I will post this up on the others, see how much people hate or love this.
Just comment and let me know what needs work and what not or if something isn't clear.