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Video: Wootini's Video Podcast #50

I know this is the fiftieth video podcast, but while that's normally an anniversary type of thing, I already did that a couple episodes ago, and can't be bothered to make such a fuss again so soon. So this week all you're going to get is me complaining about how it's no fun playing games when you're sick and even waving a Wiimote around expends too much energy that you don't even have in the first place. Oh, but I started a new game, and got a really awesome book for Christmas, so you can look forward to that!

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Dns said:

When you said a mahjong game for the 3DS, I had hopes it was a real mahjong game, and not that damn tile-matching nonsense!

Wootini said:

Have they ever made a proper Mahjong videogame? It's always been the tile matching as far as I can remember.

Richard said:

@Dns, for what it's worth.. that 'damn tile-matching nonsense' is the single player version of the traditional Chinese game. It's like our deck of cards... you can have several varieties of multiplayer games (poker, go fish, etc..) & when you want to play alone, it becomes solitaire. Same goes for the mahjong tiles. So it technically is a, 'real mahjong game'. Your argument is like saying solitaire isn't a 'real card game'.

Like Wootini said, I've only ever seen the single player version of mahjong available to play on computer/portables/consoles.

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