Mah Jong is a traditional tile-based game similar to Rummy, good for all ages. (23:04)
Happy Chinese New Year! To honor the new year, this week’s episode is about Mah Jong!
Mah Jong is not about matching pairs of tiles, despite the hundreds of computer games with that name. This is akin to calling a game ‘Cards’ simply becuase it uses playing cards. This week’s episode is a longer one – about 22 minutes – as I’ve decided to cover Mah Jong in depth. After my rush through Friedrich a few weeks ago, people requested that I take longer when the game demands it, so I’ll try that.
I’ve also moved from Imovie to Final Cut Express for editing, so you’ll see some other tweaks here and there.
Board Games with Scott 006 – Mah Jong In Depth (Quicktime)
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Side Note – I got the outfit I’m wearing in Beijing when I taught a class there this summer. I kept a running blog of my travels – if you’d like to read about the trip,
Next week, I’ll be looking at the two-player game Lost Cities.