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Mahjong Handle is a game based on Wordle that uses 34 Mahjong tiles instead of English words and the Roman alphabet. Players must correctly guess the order of the day's hand in six tries or less. Mahjong Handle is a fiendishly difficult game that requires you to put 14 tiles in the right places.
Instead of the alphabet, the bottom shows 34 types of mahjong tiles, the Enter key, and the Delete key. When you press the key, the tile will go to the top. When you finish the game at the East Bureau/South House, you will be able to use your hand. In other words, the tile is the green frame at the far right. When you're done, press the Enter key. The answer will then be looked at and given a color. Gray means that it is not used to hit tehai, orange means that it is used to hit tehai but in a different position, and blue means that it is used to hit tehai and in the right position. It's clear.
The hand must have at least one yaku, and the tiles are arranged by number and type (m, p, s, z). Please keep in mind that the last tile is a winner, so it is not in any order. You can also enter tiles with keyboard shortcuts. For example, you could type 123m456p5789s666z5s on your keyboard to enter the tiles above.
In Mahjong Handle, you have to guess the order of the tiles in your hand. You only have 6 steps to do this, and you only get one question a day. Since the score and syllabary for the end of the game are not given, the only way to finish it is to guess, which makes it quite hard. Have fun!