Japanese “Pretty Girls” gathered for a hot Mahjong battle! 23 different sexy girls to choose from! Voices of all girls are included, squealing in ecstasy when they win! Based on authentic Japanese Mahjong rules.
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Release Date: Jan 22, 2015

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About This Game

Japanese Pretty Girls Mahjong #1!

Japanese “Pretty Girls” have been gathered together.
The heated struggle to determine the world’s top Mahjong girl is about to begin!

"Are You Ready?"

Based on authentic Japanese Mahjong rules and presented as an exciting Pretty Girls Battle game.

■”KAWAII” cute girls gathered for a hot Mahjongbattle!
23 different sexy girls to choose from!
From a brave samurai girl, to sexy devils and nuns, a sword fighting princess, and rabbits and foxes in human form, this Mahjong game is out of this world.

An extraordinary collection of Pretty Girls is waiting for you!

■Hear their sexy voices in heated Mahjong battles!
Voices of all 23 girls are included.
Squealinginecstasy when they win, crying in sadness when they don’t succeed.
Audio enjoyment for your gaming pleasure.

■Authentic Japanese Mahjong rules
Including settings for some famous local rule variants
The Pretty Girls will help you practice Japan’s most famous game.

■ Introducing your Pretty Girls!
• Ayame Kirishima– unyielding high school girl
• Tsubasa Sasaki – sexy Harajuku girl
• Ayumi Sakura – funny school girl
• Rui Shiina – domineering high school princess
• Akari Suzumura – she loves to make boys happy
• Airi Sakurai – foul mouthed elder Sakurai sister
• Chise Sakurai – more proper younger Sakurai sister
• Kanon Amagi – famous idol band member, a bit of an oddball
• Yuuki Asakura – famous idol band member, very genki!
• Miyu – originally a rabbit, in human form for your pleasure
• Ren Akizuki – Sexy swordsgirl, hates to be bent out of shape
• Yuuko – Fox goddess in human form
• Kirika Minazuki – Sexy fighter, is Mahjong a game of bullets?
• Shizune Kakei – Sexy Ninja girl, avenging evil under the cover of darkness
• Anisu – Pious nun, where did she learn Mahjong??
• Elsa – Princess who coined “Sword of light! My strength to fight!”
• Roux – Devil child, things she has done cannot be spoken
• Resabell – Sexy devil, attracts men in the world
• Felicite – Mahjong goddess, her sexy behaviour will captivate you
• Char – Mahjong goddess, likes to be seen by men not by boys
• Aila – Mahjong goddess, speaks like a guy but acts like a romantic lady
• Satie – Mahjong goddess, shy… until you get to know her
• Ester – Mahjong goddess, ladylike and motherly

※Please note this is an authentic Mahjong game with character images included for visual effect only. No undressing or nudity is included in the game. The game is single player only with additional AI players for authentic Mahjong play. Characters and character images used under license from their respective owners.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1
    • Processor: 1GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX compatible
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
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Mixed (226 reviews)
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Black Vulpine
8.6 hrs
Posted: August 18
Honestly, I could go either way with this game. Here's the short version: If you know how to play Riichi Mahjong already, and want a classic 4-player Mahjong game to play on Steam by yourself, go ahead and buy this.

Here's the long version. This game has no tutorial or help system at all, so unless you have a deep understanding of how Japanese Mahjong works, you will be pretty lost at this game. It also has no multiplayer system of any kind - you can only play with CPU players. I personally have no problem with that, but I know a few people who do, so I'm mentioning that.

There's really not a whole lot to this game actually. You can change the rules to some degree, but it has no special features, so honestly, I find the game a little bit overpriced. But given how there are no other games on Steam like this (at the time this review was written), I'm still happy that this at least exists. You can either love it or hate it. Me, personally? I'd play it, but it's not real special. It does what it says on the box, but that's about it.
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10.6 hrs
Posted: July 26
its a somewhat decent game for someone who knows how to play, if you never played then this is not for you but if you want to try anyways there is a user tutorial in the discussion boards.
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Fufu Marcus
1.3 hrs
Posted: July 3
Most of the time I dont know what i'm doing, but it's pretty fun
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5.7 hrs
Posted: July 2
Looking for something more than epic Riichi Mahjong? Look elsewhere. This game is really fun. Unlockable characters adds to the game, but again this is Mahjong first. It's bare bones, what you see is what you get.
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0.1 hrs
Posted: June 26
I couldn't care less about the eye candy. Here I was hoping for a decent real Mahjong game that isn't Mahjong Solitaire.

The UI is clunky, not everything is translated or even romanized. RCR are not properly implemented.
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4.2 hrs
Posted: June 11
Being the first mahjong game I found that isn't solitaire, I enjoy this but it not begginer friendly and will be enjoyed by someon with experience
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4.6 hrs
Posted: June 7
Sad the best PC mahjong game has balloon ♥♥♥ women with super high pitch voices.

It's certainly not the best riichi mahjong game out there, but very acceptable. The play field is nice, the selecting and tossing of tiles is done with a mouse, it does highlight Tsumo/Ron/Chi/Pon/Kan opporunities, it even does a nice job of highlighting dora tiles, and matches can be set to a comfortable single wind amount of rounds. Also, while pretty exploitive, collecting all the girls does give you incentive to keep playing, and they all do have their own little quirks (some annoying, some cute).

I dislike many of the names used for yaku and scoring. I'm so used to Japanese names that it's hard calling things a "slam" and a "run". While these are very English, much of the in-game titles are their Chinese counterparts(chow, pung, etc). I feel like the game should have selected one language (bias towards Japanese) and stuck with it.

This AI seems fair enough. I feel like I don't get dealt as good a hand as other mahjong game software (rarely get two honors), but I do tend to win matches enough to feel good about it. This is a nice relief from the old arcade mahjong games which absolutely cheat and rob you. If anything, I'd maybe like to see an enhanced mode of sorts which allow items and/or abilities to increase luck, turn up all doras, allow you to see an opponent's hand, etc. Most console mahjong games have had these items and abilities thrown into them to make the game more enjoyable and interesting, shame to have it gone here.

Also, if you're looking to learn mahjong, it's not happening here. I recommend learning how to play elsewhere, though, as mahjong is a fun game in general.
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21.4 hrs
Posted: May 26
Instead of giving you a tutorial they give a Copyright Note with bad english.

I want to know how to play the game!
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Црезена Лоренски
104.0 hrs
Posted: May 20
This is the best (and only) non solitaire mahjong game on steam. That said its actually pretty good. The major caveat being that it teaches you nothing about how to play. (Also I could do without the "pretty girls" schtick tbh, its mildly embarassing but is pretty much just title screen fan service anyway).
I'm pretty sure I still have no idea how to play but I've managed to start winning fairly consistently (or at least not losing massively). I wish it had a more clear layout of what the possible winning hands are as I often seem to have a winning hand but get stuck in a loop of sacred discard. I think it has something to do with not having completed a yaku.
The game would greatly benefit from just a little static screen that shows the yaku and (and other hands?) like koi koi has. Obviously I can google that but I've got no real insight as to exactly which of the 4096 variants I'm actually playing here.

Anyway, if you want to suffer through learning how to play, already know how to play and want to play against AI, or just like reloading the title screen to look at anime girls, it's totally worth a sale buy.
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2.6 hrs
Posted: May 11
I guess the major point of the game is the amount of girls and their looks. But, even though that, this game actually plays surprisingly well.

You will need to know what to do, you need to know how to play Mahjong, to play this, but it actually does a pretty good job of monitoring the outcomes. It also helps you a lot, indicating when you can win and also pausing the game when a tile is played, something that does not occur in a normal game. So, the game actually makes it pretty easy for you.
Yet, the ai seems pretty strong sometimes, they can make some pretty good plays, finishing the game quick. You actually have to be careful.

From this game and the "school edition" there is no difference at all. You shouldn't buy both. Well, I don't actually recommend you to buy any, since I think that this game lacks a lot of content for its price. But, if you must play a good game of mahjong (only with AI), you may consider this...

Yes, this is the same review, since the game is the same.
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
446 of 490 people (91%) found this review helpful
35 people found this review funny
23.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 21, 2015

If you are not familiar with how Ricchi Mahjong is played this game WILL NOT TEACH YOU HOW TO PLAY IT.

The game is Mahjong, the bass techno music is horrible but beside the sound... its mahjong that’s it. If you want to play Riichi Mahjong on your PC/Steam then this is the game, and the ONLY game to get. (You can get the Japanese tenhou client and play mahjong on your PC that way but... tenhou requires some work the complex UI can be intimidating as everything is in Japanese and is filled with bots, its mainly for and used by the Japanese and Chinese community)

If you're expecting something fancy then you've come to wrong place. The translation is absolutely horrible, nothing makes sense in English, I've just turned the UI into Japanese because now I'm not going get annoyed from the engirishi.

The feel of the actual play, the game play is nice, it’s what to be expected from a Mahjong game released on Steam by one of the big Japanese companies, it’s just very sad that the game is singe-player only and there are no current talks or plans for online support.

With all that said the game supports a huge roaster of characters, you only have 4 unlocks at first the rest are unlocked by your progression. Hm… well yeah that’s sums it up I guess, worth mentioning that some users are reporting issues with the game (crashes, missing graphical objects) you might want to wait before making a purchase although it seems the developer of the game is active on the Steam forums so I guess they're on it and chances are these issues are going to handled quite nicely.

UPDATE: http://steamcommunity.com/games/338060/announcements/detail/243527024526691800

Running on Win7 64bit 8Gb Ram 1600X900 5850HD Graphics.

EDIT: A lot of people seem to be confused on what this game actually is, there are no hot anime chicks in this game, you don't talk to anyone, they don't say anything, its JUST Mahjong. With the addition of anime cardboard box cutouts as your opponents whom are almost NEVER ON SCREEN. (They show up to say Pon ,Ron, Kan, Chi, for a MICRO SECOND during the game, you're also shown the cardboard box image of the winning character at the after game score screen)

I would personally give this game a +12 rating for its sexually? suggesting cardboard box cutout anime girls, that's it, it wouldn't even qualify for a +15 rating.

PS. If you’re interested in learning Riichi Mahjong I highly recommend you to watch this 4 part series.

I’ll put the link for the first part here.



You better look and memorize these as well.

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212 of 273 people (78%) found this review helpful
27 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
14.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 21, 2015
- Availability of an actual Mahjong game that isn't Mahjong solitaire.

- One of the worst Mahjong games I've ever played.
- Not beginners friendly.
- Not intermediates friendly.
- Not all text is translated.

Either pro or con:
- For a game that features "pretty girls," there is a surprising lack of substance.
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74 of 84 people (88%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
58.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 17, 2015
This is the only true Riichi Mahjong game on Steam, and one of the few available on PC and in English in general.

Those familiar with “mahjong” puzzle games will find real mahjong quite different from them: rather than a puzzle, this is a competitive tabletop game with fairly complex rules. The game itself doesn’t have any kind of tutorial for those new to mahjong, but there are plenty of tutorials and rules guides available on the internet for those interested in learning it.

As someone who only truly learned mahjong over this game I can attest that it is lots and lots of fun even to those new to it. So if you like mahjong or tabletop games in general, Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle has my full recommendation!
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151 of 230 people (66%) found this review helpful
29 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
44.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 21, 2015
My unbiased opnion: This is not worth money.

My biased opinion: It's horrible.

The girls say 2 and a half words then they're about to win and when they win.

As someone who likes anime girls and mahjong:

If you like games with anime girls, this is not for you.
If you like Mahjong, you're better off playing any other game. Even just a web-browser mahjong game.

The UI, the translation and the voice acting all reek of cheap and lazy.

tl;dr: Don't pay for it. Looks worse than a flash game from 1998.
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53 of 72 people (74%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: January 22, 2015
- The only riichi (Japanese) mahjong game available on Steam localized into English
- There are different characters, and each CPU comes with a set playstyle. Also, different voices!

Neutral Remarks:
- Only those who already know at least the basic rules of Japanese mahjong can play this game, yet it still translates some of the terms these players should be familiar with into English which IMO puts me off. ALTHOUGH the translations of the winning configurations (yaku) are welcome.
  • Call → Riichi
  • Pung → Pon
  • Chow → Chi
  • Win (appears if you draw the tile) → Agari/Tsumo
  • Also the names for Mangan, Haneman, etc.

    - No multiplayer! ← EMPHASIS ON THIS!
    - The interface itself is clunky and not smooth as compared to other games.
    - It's missing a lot of features already present in other games (albeit those games are in Japanese):
  • Showing what tiles you're going to win with
  • Identifying if a person's tiles are discarded right after draw (tsumogiri)

    Essentially, the game is single player mahjong on a PC platform. I don't know about you, but for me playing against CPUs gets considerable boring over time. If you want to practice playing, I guess you could buy this game, but in terms of features, it is a bit pricey (considering there are free web versions of this).

    All in all, this feels like an old Japanese mahjong game that has just been ported to Steam. It's lacking features for its price.

    If you're a veteran: just stick with web clients like Tenhou.
    If you're trying to get into this game: I would also recommend the above as you'll probably improve more playing elsewhere.
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30 of 35 people (86%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
119.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 20, 2015
Great game, pay attention tho, this is the Japanese version of Mahjong, not the chinese or jewish version. I've played the Chinese version for years, the Japanese version is pretty different.
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69 of 101 people (68%) found this review helpful
10 people found this review funny
10.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 21, 2015
This game is about 95% japanese mahjong and 5% busty anime babes. This game is good if you already know how to play japanese mahjong and understand the rules and hands. If you don't know how to play and you are buying the game for the girls, you will be disappointed. I was not disappointed though! I enjoy playing japanese mahjong, so playing against cute girls and hearing cute girl voices only enhances it. Now I just really want to win more so I can unlock more girls.
It's a little buggy and the translation is a little silly but nothing that really stops me from playing the game. I agree it would be a lot better if we could do multiplayer!!
8/10 for a japanese mahjong game
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24 of 27 people (89%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
15.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 19, 2015
Okay, yes the selling point is the boobs, but I, being ace, get nothing out of them, so I actually bought it for the game.

I'm a pretty avid fan of Cantonese-rules mahjong, and this game is pretty similar. However, I cannot recommend this game unless you already have at least a basic understanding of how to play the game - because this game just dumps you in there like a crazed scout leader, and if you don't know what you're doing, you'll lose quickly before you figure out how to play.

The game does toss you a few life-rings here and there, however. It will prompt you if you can call to pick up, or declare preparedness (it makes sense in context), and it will auto-sort. It won't let you move the cards around manually though - most won't mind that, but I, and the guy from Hong Kong who taught me how to play, often depend on doing that, so yeah...

The rules are actually extremely varied too - you can set all sorts of rules, such as your starting bank, what bonus cards are active, and even certain melds and hands. For a simple execution, it's very detailed in its guts.

The camera angle is stupid - set it to over-head or you'll miss what's being discarded - also, you can't ever see the whole table, so you need to move it around - it's not difficult, but it's very annoying to have to continuously do

And yeah, the boobs. ...If the reason you're buying this is to look lewdly at girls, I'd recommend getting something different. Go troll fakku or something.
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30 of 38 people (79%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 22, 2015
I bought the game because it's pretty much the only english translation of Japanese/Chinese majong I've seen (specifically on Steam), and I'm not disappointed. The anime girls are mere window dressing...I would have bought this with or without any additional content. To put it simply; don't buy this if you're looking for porn, but do buy this if you're looking for a real Japanese/Chinese majong experience and already know how to play.
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25 of 30 people (83%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
8.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 23, 2015
For this game I definitely need meh button.

- Where is multiplayer?!
- Interface is not too smooth. For example you need to move screen if you want to check calls made by your opponents;
- Translation is terrible. Names of winning configurations (yaku)? Forget it! Of course they translated them into 'English' (for example 1.5 Slam! Yeah! It's obvious what made my eyes bleed) but I recommend switching to Japanese language (save your soul).
- 'Pretty Girls' voices are annoying.
- AI is well... not impressive.
- If you want to learn how to play riichi mahjong this game won't help you at all.

- It's riichi mahjong (I guess the only one available at steam localized into English).
- Gameplay is nice, however I needed some time to get used to interface.
- I was afraid it would be mix of mahjong and dating sim. Thank goodness it's not ;) it's just mahjong with some animated girls.
- Girls appear very rarely on screen.
- You can mute all the sounds!
- Each opponent has set different playstyle.
- Mahjong is awesome ;)

My rating: 7/10
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