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If you haven't played this series, it's Resource Management, Time Management, Strategy, and Action. Different levels require different tactics depending on the Objectives. It's not graphics-intensive. I find it fussy about clicking in exactly the right place. As discussed above, the tutorial is not comprehensive. It's not necessary to play the first two before jumping into this one, but the first one in the series was slower to introduce new buildings, and ramped up the challenge more gradually.
I was disappointed with this game. Except for the premise -- entering a mahjong tournament -- there is nothing special or different about this game. There are three tile designs: a traditional, one composed of numbers and letters like children's blocks, and the third set looks like a deck of cards. It was odd playing them. None of them are very attractive or crisp and clear, nor were there any exciting animations or power ups. The music, however, was nice. This one deserves a trial run before purchase or using a credit to be sure it suits you.