Xmahjongg is a simple implementation of the popular solitaire Mah Jongg game.
The object is to remove all 144 tiles from the playing area by matching them
two at a time. Xmahjongg is the classical version with little in the way of
requirements and enough aesthetical and gameplay features to provide hours
and hours of fun.
You need an ANSI C++ compiler, such as g++, but not C++ libraries.
Just type `./configure', then `make'. `make install' will build and
install xmahjongg, its shared data, and its manual page. `./configure'
accepts the usual options. See `INSTALL' for more details.
(More details: Give `configure' a `--prefix' option to instal
Version 3.7 8.Mar.2005
* Man page bug fixes from Debian via Dave Swegen.
* Source code reorganization.
Version 3.6.1 13.Sep.2002
* Compilation fixes for newer GCCs; problems reported by Rene Blokland.
Version 3.6 21.Aug.2001
* Added `rat', `ox', `tiger', `hare', `dragon', `snake', `horse', `ram',
`monkey', `rooster', `dog', and `boar' layouts -- the whole Chinese
xmahjongg - colorful solitaire Mah Jongg game
xmahjongg [--display display] [options]
Real Mah Jongg is a social game that originated in China
thousands of years ago. Four players, named after the four
winds, take tiles from a wall in turn. The best til