There’s tons of free online games out there but have you been looking for one that will definitely give your brain a workout? If so, look no further than MahJongCon. Whether you spell it “mahjong” or “mahjongg,” this classic Chinese board game has been challenging players for decades. In MahJongCon, you can enjoy colorful graphics and a cool soundtrack that mixes traditional music with contemporary flourishes. You might even find yourself tapping your toes while you race to match up all of the symbols on the tiles!
You’ll need to move fast, of course. A bar at the bottom of the screen below the mahjong board will keep track of your time. You won’t have much of it to spare, especially once you reach the more complicated levels. There’s a dozen of them in MahJongCon, each with an increasingly tricky series of tiles. Don’t get too worried though. If you get stuck, you can always press the hint button for some friendly advice that will help you keep moving forward.
Will you successfully match up all of the tiles before you run out of time? There’s only one way to find out and that’s by clicking the play button!
Click on two matching tiles to clear them from the board.
Your Match Made in Puzzle Heaven
Mahjong, or Mahjongg (or Majiang or a dozen other spellings – that Chinese alphabet is tricky to translate) has been played in Asia since its invention in China in the 19th century, based on similar card games played for even centuries more before that. It will test your planning and observation skills while giving you some very pretty artwork to look at.
Although our free online versions don't involve the gambling that made this game so popular in the East, they offer the advantage of pre-stacking the Mahjong tiles for you, meaning you can start over whenever you want and quickly move from one game to the next. Choose between gorgeous designs from a huge variety of themes – including magical fantasy or the world of Frozen – in shapes that range from abstract patterns to cats to farm fruits.
Get a taste of Asia with Mahjong games with traditional tiles, or go with more American variations like fast food varieties. Celebrate Christmas, Halloween, and other holidays with themed tile sets, including dogs, coffee, and alchemy. Sometimes the setting becomes part of the game, like when you play your way through a luxury hotel in Hotel Mahjong.
In Mahjong Dimensions, you can even play in 3D. And that's just one of the most common variations, which also include the popular Mahjong Connect, where your moves are limited by lines with two twists, or a sliding version of the matching game. Go with the more traditional Mahjong Solitaire, where you're playing against yourself and the board, or try a multiplayer variation, like those sometimes played in Japan or Korea. Your pick.