Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle : School Girls Edition
A brand new "Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle" is now about to begin! Cute school girls gathered for a hot Mahjong battle! An extraordinary collection of Pretty School Girls is waiting for you! Authentic Japanese Mahjong rules. Including settings for some famous local rule variants.
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Release Date: Jun 22, 2015

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About This Game

"Are You Ready?"

"School Girls Edition" for "Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle" has now appeared!

An extraordinary collection of Pretty School Girls is waiting for you!
The heated struggle to determine the world's top School Mahjong girl is about to begin!

■Brand new "KAWAII" cute school girls gathered for a hot Mahjong battle!
23 different sexy girls to choose from!
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.
Squealing in ecstasy 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 School Girls will help you practice Japan's most famous game.

*This game is character replaced version of "Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle".
*This game is an authentic Mahjong game. (No undressing or nudity is included in the game.)
*Characters and character images used under license from their respective owners.
*The game is single player only with additional AI players for authentic Mahjong play.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • 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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Overall:
Mixed (148 reviews)
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[ ] Sneaky One (Mammal)
( 80.3 hrs on record )
Posted: July 10
Yea, best game ever
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Crimsonflame512
( 10.1 hrs on record )
Posted: July 2
It is a great game if you already have some understanding of how tp play.
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Orange Boy
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
I may not know how to play this game but it took me 5 minutes to beat it. I still wonder how to actually complete it though
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Zoppa G
( 0.9 hrs on record )
Posted: June 2
They don't actually fight
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Lunya
( 21.3 hrs on record )
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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Boxa
( 5.1 hrs on record )
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 "normal edition", I guess, there is no difference at all. So you shouldn't, probably, 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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Nanocx #MupenNetwork
( 424.2 hrs on record )
Posted: May 1
MAHJONG IS LOVE MAHJONG IS LIFE 9/11 WOULD SCHOOL GIRL AGAIN

PROS:
ITS MAHJONG WITH SCHOOLGIRLS

CONS:
NO NAKED SCHOOLGIRLS :(

ps. im stuck in the game pls send help
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Vic=HKC=
( 5.3 hrs on record )
Posted: March 10
I installed it mainly for idling the cards but I've checked if there was something new compared to Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle. Apart the blue HUD and the fact that the girl are now with school uniforms, nothing really changed.

If anything, everything written for the other game stands:

---Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle---
I love mahjong since I was a kid. However, I wasn't aware that two versions existed: the solitaire one, which is the version I love, and a sort of poker one, which I don't understand anything despite trying to decypher the rules in the help of the game.

True, I could have searched elsewhere but for me, the version presented here isn't interesting me. My brain isn't really strategy-oriented, which is why you don't ask me to play poker or other cards games if you're more interested by winning than to pass a good moment.

Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle could have been a good game for me if the rules were clear (they're not well translated) and if there was a real tutorial included. However, I ended up to play by instinct, which reserved sometimes a good suprise but almost all the time, I got defeated by the AI.

I suppose that for anyone used to this version of mahjong, the game is very enjoyable, though your only real visual is a board with the tiles. However, the characters are girls drawed for fanservice: some have big breasts (not really realistic), others are normal.

Besides, the soundtrack isn't remarkable but after a while, you'll get used to girls screaming because they have a winning move and you don't understand how they arrived to that.

My hours ingame reflect mainly idling for cards, but I've giving up pretty quickly to try to understand the rules. I'm pretty happy with my solitaire version, which isn't requiring to plan carefully your next move (well, yeah, you have sometimes to plan carefully your move but you don't have adversaries in front of you, ready to take advantage of your discarded tile).
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You understand: the game is only reserved for those that understand the rules and that enjoys new costumes. However, while I thumbed up the other one, this game was a sequel, with nothing new and sold at 15 bucks, I can't thumb up this one for that. Besides, they're honest, they're announcing that: *This game is character replaced version of "Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle".
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Hopalong Dipshit
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: March 6
i got this for christmas but i dont know mahjong and when i tried to look up mahjong in this game the menu broke and a tiny anime girl screamed into my ears

dont buy unless you know mahjong already and love being screamed at
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
243 of 318 people (76%) found this review helpful
21 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: June 22, 2015
If you're look for a good Riichi game, this is NOT the game. Actually I don't really care about the girls, but gameplays.

Pros:
1. Graphics are fine.
2. There're lot of detailed rules in options.
3. It made me write this review even though my English is very bad.

Cons:
1. Everytime you want to Riichi or Kan, you have to click Action then click the corresponding action. This is redundant.
2. You cannot see the whole table unless dragging around with the mouse.
3. The animation of calling is too slow, compared to the game speed.
4. Things take forever to unlock, especially for a single player game.
5. (This one is my personal problem) Too many over-sized that things...

The game pace gives me strange feelings. AIs play tiles very fast, but it takes so much time to Call. Though I knew that you can adjust the speed of playing tiles, but AIs just take 0.x second to think, so that's just a waste of time to set it slow. If you wanted to learn Riichi, there're many better ways than this.
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85 of 107 people (79%) found this review helpful
8 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 23, 2015
I bought this game for 60% off, and I still feel like it was a waste of money.

The Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle games are the only riichi mahjong games available on Steam. This is their only selling point.

Now for the cons:
* Beginners will have trouble, because the rulebook is too poorly translated and unhelpful to be of any use.
* The gameplay is clunky, requiring too many clicks to make melds and calls, and with the pacing being too slow when you want it to go faster and too fast when you want it to go slower.
* There are three-second-long cutscenes every time someone wins a hand. This gets annoying quickly.
* The translation is terrible, making it difficult to understand what is being said, even for someone familiar with mahjong and the Japanese terms. Furthermore, some parts of the UI are completely untranslated.
* The sound is poor, for a number of reasons. The volume levels are all wacky, and some characters are too loud while most are too quiet. The music is bland and repetitive. Finally, each character has only four or five lines in total.
* As someone who is used to normal human proportions, I found most of the characters had excessively large breasts (especially for "school girls"), to the point of being completely disgusting.
* No multiplayer support, even hotseat, in case you wanted to stare at anime boobsplay mahjong with a friend

Don't buy this game. There are better alternatives for free on the internet. And there, you can play multiplayer.
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81 of 114 people (71%) found this review helpful
8 people found this review funny
Recommended
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 22, 2015
This is a lot like Saki: Achiga-hen...
...lots of complicated scoring, sudden wins, and characters I don't recognize.

The video is pretty honest. What you see is what you get: authentic reach mahjong, slightly translated, rulebook not included. The game does a good job of letting you know what your options are at any given time. Even if you're only acquainted with the rules, you can just click on tiles until one of the characters (hopefully yours) starts making happy noises. The process is cathartic in a solitaire type of way, but do this enough and maybe you'll even start to figure out what's going on. You do need to win a few times to unlock any new characters beyond the starting four, so it'll be a while before you meet everyone in the game.

The sound design is worth praising. The music is actually pretty good, the tiles make various satisfying clacks, and the voice acting isn't too annoyingly prominent.

There's no story whatsoever, so if you're looking for a visual novel, keep looking. The "translation" is an insult to the word, to be honest. The English that is there doesn't appear to have come from someone fluent, if it came from a person at all. None of the girls' quips are translated, but I can assure you that you aren't missing much.

The graphics are... well, redundant to comment on. The static nature of the game makes those screenshots above pretty representative of the actual game. It does have the option to run at 1080p, that's not always a given with these Japanese doujinsoft. The game is very responsive, there isn't any downtime while playing it on the default (quick) setting. There are a few spots where the game expects you to click and drag (to scroll or look around), which gives the impression it's friendly to touch screens.

So this game has a lot left to be desired, but it's worth your attention if you are interested in 2D girls, Japanese, and (inclusive and) reach mahjong. I give it eight bucks out of fifteen.
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21 of 24 people (88%) found this review helpful
8 people found this review funny
Recommended
45.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 28, 2015
The very first thing that should be iterated about this game is that it is by NO MEANS a good way to learn how to play Riichi Mahjong at all. Don't buy this expecting it to include a tutorial on how to play; the only "help" it includes is a quick reference to what buttons do what when pressed. This game is basically your standard, low-budget, offline Mahjong software that's pretty common in Japan. As such, it's marketed towards a demographic which is already, at the very least, passingly familiar with the game and how it's played. The translation was likely done via google translate in an attempt to make more sales by cashing in on a Western audience who might've watched Akagi or Saki and thought "man, I have no idea what the ♥♥♥♥ is going on but this looks really cool! I want in!" In that respect, it would seem that the developers were pretty successful in their endeavour, much to the buyers' dismay.

That being said, the game itself is solid as far as Mahjong software goes. It looks to be an almost straight-port of "Nagomi Mahjong" on Android, which as far as mobile Mahjong apps go, was one of the better ones. The gameplay itself is fine: it's responsive and all the yaku work (from what I've seen), which is pretty much all you can ask of a Mahjong game. It a fairly extensive set of customizable rules, and also includes gameplay statistics so you can track your performance over all your games. The only real gripes I have with the gameplay are:
1). Making any call plays this slow animation that becomes gruesome to sit through if you're impatient like me, and there's no way to turn it off.
2). The camera only views part of the table, and calls made by the Shimocha and the Toimen are only viewable if you click and drag the camera to their side of the table.
Also, the AI is pretty poor, but that's pretty common across most offline Mahjong games, so I'll give it a pass here.

These problems pretty much mean that the game plays much slower than some of the alternatives out there. If your main concern about the game is speed, you may want to look elsewhere for your offline Mahjong fix. It should also be noted that, as I pointed out a bit earlier, the translation is basically a wholesale travesty. This hasn't bothered me in the slightest because I use the Japanese language setting, however, if you're going to play this, you might as well just use the Japanese setting to avoid the headache. Learning the Kanji for all the Yaku is extremely useful in the long run if you plan on playing a LOT of Japanese Mahjong anyways, and since the translations used for the Yaku in this game are, for the most part, unusued anywhere else, even in the few cliques of Japanese Mahjong players that use English terminology exclusively, there's no point in bothering to use the English language setting.

There is, however, a few unique aspects to the game's rules customization that I was pleasantly surprised with:
1). 3 options for game length. Tonpuusen (East only), Hanchan (East-South), and a non-standard option that I've never seen anywhere else titled "Tonba Nikyoku" (East Round, Two games). I'd never play a two-game match competitively (standard rules are enough luck as they are), but with bots, it's a pretty fun option.
2). Starting points can be set to any interval of 1000 between 10,000 and 50,000. Most games I've encountered have only between 25,000-30,000 as starting points options. Combine this with Tonba Nikyoku to have what amounts to a sudden deathmatch! Anything higher than Mangan means death!
3). It has the really obscure Yaku that I believe originate as local rules in the Kansai region that no other game I've ever played has used. These include:
*Sanrenkou
*Suurenkou
*Daisharin
*Daichiisei
*Shiisanpu-tou (No Shiisuupu-tou, however) [had to use dashes in the romanization here, as part of the name was censored]
*Benikujaku (Literally never heard of this one before looking it up, absurdly obscure)

As a collector of obscure Mahjong software, these few quirks alone made it a worthy addition to my collection. That being said, for the average joe just looking for a good offline Mahjong application (if you can call that person an average joe, even), Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle will most likely not suit your taste. There are certainly better options out there in terms of speed and presentation, and I can only recommend this game if you want either a). Obscure Kansai rules or b). Mediocre art of school girls with large chest things. I will, however, still give this game a positive review, as personally, not only did the obscure rules please my autism, but I made the money I spent on it ($1) back with the cards I got from the game, and I can use it as a timetrack for whenever I play Mahjong on SEGANet or Tenhou, so I can now advertise to all my steam friends how much of my life I waste playing Chinese dominos!

If you want my recommendation for a pretty good offline Mahjong application, Saikyo no Maajan 3D is great, has excellent rules customization (more extensive than this game in terms of normal rules, but doesn't have the same non-standard yaku, points distribution or round lengths), and has a good English translation available. AFAIK, it doesn't include a tutorial, so if you need a game to actually LEARN Japanese Mahjong, I'd recommend Gamedesign's flash game above all else, as it includes a fairly good tutorial and has all the Yaku listed on the same page as the game for ease of reference. This alone may not be enough grasp all the concepts of the game, and for someone really willing to take the deep-dive into the world of Japanese Mahjong, I recommend watching HanaYoriUta's 4-part Riichi Mahjong tutorial on YouTube. It is inarguably the definitive English tutorial on how to play Japanse Mahjong for someone who lacks any real knowledge of the game.
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34 of 49 people (69%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
11.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 23, 2015
Pros:
- fully functional Riichi Mahjong on Steam
- "custom rules" like number of rounds, starting points, open tanyao, red fives, etc.

Cons:
- "pretty" and "cute" are subjective. Just a handful of the girls don't look like ♥♥♥♥
- no tutorial for beginners, not even basic stuff like a scoring table or yaku-list. If you can't play riichi you won't learn it with this game
- horrible gamespeed. You have the choice between painfully slow and way to fast. Choose slow and one game lasts several minutes. Choose fast and the AI discards 3 tiles in a split second. Best thing about that: If the AI calls on a discard for a win you don't know who it came from and what it was until a cut scene ends.
- talking about cutscenes: Every call on a tile causes an unskippable animation that can't be turned off and starts to get annoying after the fourth or fifth time, messing up the flow of the game even more
- UI is bad, you can't see the whole table
- game isn't completely translated

If you want anime ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥, go and watch hentai. If want to play riichi mahjong vs a computer click here. You'll get better stuff than this game has to offer and the best thing about it: You don't have to pay money for it.
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14 of 15 people (93%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
4.0 hrs on record
Posted: September 2, 2015
This is not, by any means, a beginner friendly game. If you wish to learn how to play mahjong, I recommend you find one of the many free flash games online. The AI is extremely aggressive and the learning curve is more like a learning overhang. I'm not the best Mahjong player by any means, but I know that someone of my skill level shouldn't be coming in 4th place with less than 10k points consistantly.
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22 of 32 people (69%) found this review helpful
19 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 18, 2015
This game only reminded me that I am not that good with mahjong, pretty girls, school or battling... I actually quite suck at all of them , separately and combined, cus I have no real clue what I am doing...I just wished there would have been a way to learn and understand what I am doing...
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17 of 24 people (71%) found this review helpful
20 people found this review funny
Recommended
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 30, 2015
I wanted to descend into the darkness, but instead i got anime girls. Close enough i guess.
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34 of 56 people (61%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 23, 2015
The translation is garbage, the UI is full of annoying redundancies, the art is mediocre and the voice acting is lacklustre at best.

Even accounting for the need to know how to play riichi mahjong before jumping into the game (which I have no problem with), the game isn't worth any amount of money, let alone the $15 US asking price.

2/10. Avoid.
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132 of 238 people (55%) found this review helpful
128 people found this review funny
Recommended
8.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 22, 2015
Guide how to make money:
1) Find popular game
2) Add anime girls - more girls = more buyers.
3) (steam edition) - make trading cards for your(not your) game
4) Ask Gabe to add "your" game to steam store
profit.
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