I just found another flash game by the same developer, very similar to the one above, but not the same.
No choosing of avatar opponents and no highlighting of possible discard tiles when calling riichi.
No android version for this one.
Scroll to the bottom and hit the play button.
Again, if this info is new to you, check it out.
If you have played them both, I am curious as to which you like better, above or below.
Comparing both of these flash games by the same developer;
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The 1st one lets you pick level 3 strong CPU immediately, the 2nd makes you wait until you win 3 matches.
The 1st one shows your hand and the hands of riichi callers when you win. The 2nd will show all players hands at the END of each hand but you have to win 6 matches before you can choose this option. Strange rule. I like this option but I think I'm going to have to play for quite a while to win 6 matches on this game.
The 1st one lets you choose to show all players hands DURING each hand immediately while the 2nd makes you win 10 matches before you can choose this option. Don't know why I would do this anyway. Seems like cheating, except maybe for a novice, who wants to learn by watching his opponents, but by the time he wins 10 matches on this game, he might not be a novice any more. Very odd condition.
The 1st one also will not unlock characters if you win with this option, which is understandable. I still have no idea if these characters have different strengths and abilities. I mean, why use 40 characters if they are just pictures?
If anyone ever finds out any more relating to this, let me know.
The only drawback of the game is it keeps no records.
At least the 2nd game tells you how many matches you've won, but so far I like the 1st one better, although I'm finding it more difficult to win in both of these games (CPU level 2) than in the KIWAME app or the TENGOKUHAI app.
Two rules that I am having to adjust to are dobon and shānyū. The game continues with negative scores and you can win without attaining 30k points.
I was not aware that the shānyū rule was an optional one and doesn't have to be in effect. Every other game seems to use it.