Master Qwan's Mahjongg

Master Qwan's Mahjongg

Another Mahjong with classic pieces. Remove tiles on top that have a space open on the right or to the left of them. For each matching pair you get 50 points plus a time bonus.
 
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Master Qwan's Mahjongg
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