Microsoft Mahjong (W10) Updated With More Matching Madness

By Ashley Woodcock,
The free puzzle title Microsoft Mahjong (Windows) has recently received an update that gives the title a new look, new daily challenges, and 20 new puzzles exclusively for the Windows 10 version. If you just can't get enough of tile-matching, the new update will bring the total number of puzzles to over 40 for endless hours of fun. With the game now becoming a "Universal Windows App", this means that "new experiences can be created and added to the game faster than ever" for both Windows 10 PCs and Windows 10 mobile devices.

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Take a look at the following list of all the changes:

  • Variety of New Themes – Enjoy gorgeous graphics and relaxing sounds with multiple visual themes to choose from. Complete puzzles at four levels of difficulty – perfect for Mahjong beginners and experts alike.
  • Daily Challenges – Take your tile-matching skills to the next level as you work your way through Daily Challenges, including unique gameplay modes such as Golden Tiles, where your goal is to uncover and match the hidden pairs of golden tiles. You can also earn special badges by completing!
  • Undo System – You can rewind the game back to any spot to fix mistakes or take a different approach.
  • Xbox Live Integration – With added Xbox Live integration, fans can earn Achievements and Gamerscore, compete with your friends on the leaderboards and track your personal statistics. Plus, if you sign in with a Microsoft account, your progress is stored in the cloud, so you can play the game on any device without missing a beat.
The update for Microsoft Mahjong is already live.

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Ashley Woodcock
Written by Ashley Woodcock
Assistant News Manager for TrueAchievements and member of the Newshounds team since 2010. Lover of completions, tough achievements, shooters, action, adventure and racing titles, hip-hop, Wu-Tang, and the NBA. I can be found working on the never-ending backlog which you can see my progress on via my TA blog.