Play an out-of-this-world game of mahjong with our Impostor characters in Among Impostor Mahjong Connect! Eliminating all of the tiles from the board is your sole objective. But you shouldn't assume it's a breeze to do. I say we play it and see if you can beat it!
During the Qing period in China, a tile-based game known as mahjong was created and has since gained popularity all over the world. Really, all you need to do to win is to be cautious; the game isn't hard at all. Many different symbols and characters are depicted on the tiles. Look closely, and you'll see that many of them are carbon copies of one another. Mahjong requires you to pair up like-minded images on tiles. I'm assuming you'll need two. Mahjong regulations forbid players from randomly removing tiles from the board by making a matching pair. Tiles can only be combined if no other tiles are on top of them; tiles can be selected only if they are not blocked on both sides; and tiles can be removed only if at least one side is free. Select a tile by clicking on it, then finding its matching tile and clicking on it again. When you make a matching pair, the tiles vanish from the game. There will be a number on the left side of the screen indicating how you're doing. If you're ready, let's try joining two identical tiles together along a path with no more than 90-degree turns. Best of luck!