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4 Nin Uchi Mahjong

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4人打ち麻雀

Platforms: Family Computer, NES
Year: 1984
Developed by: Hudson Soft
Published by: Nintendo

Number of Files: 8
Total Filesize: 0 MB (MP3), 1 MB (FLAC)
Date Added: Mar 10th, 2022
Album type: Gamerip

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1. Track 1 0:11 0.17 MB 0.61 MB get_app
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2. Track 2 0:03 0.03 MB 0.09 MB get_app
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3. Track 3 0:02 0.01 MB 0.03 MB get_app
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4. Track 4 0:01 0.01 MB 0.02 MB get_app
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5. Track 5 0:02 0.02 MB 0.03 MB get_app
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6. Track 6 0:01 0.01 MB 0.02 MB get_app
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7. Track 7 0:01 0.01 MB 0.00 MB get_app
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8. Track 8 0:01 0.01 MB 0.01 MB get_app
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Description

The game consists of Japanese mahjong (also known as riichi mahjong) against one to three computer opponents. Spreading to most mahjong-related video games after this one, it has become the most widely accepted form of mahjong to the Japanese gamer. The "tiles remaining counter" served as a reminder to players about the status of the wall.

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Nic Rule

12:34 Jul 24th, 2022Offline

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Could you imagine learning how to use the NES's sound channels and all their complexity just to write 22 seconds of music. I really hope they just grabbed a musician off some other project to make this in a day.