Shisen-Sho (四川省 Shisenshō; "Sichuan Province"?), sometimes referred to as 'Shisen', 'Four Rivers' or simply 'Rivers,' is a Japanese tile-based game which uses Mahjong tiles, and is similar to Mahjong solitaire. The objective of the game is to match similar tiles in pairs until every tile has been removed from the playing field. Numerous computer based versions of the game have been developed.
The aim of the game is to remove all tiles from the board. Only two matching tiles can be removed at a time. Two tiles can be removed if they can be connected by up to three horizontal or vertical lines which pass only through empty spaces. The game is over if future moves are not possible and tiles are left on the board, or the player successfully removes all the tiles.
- KShisen, a highly portable open-source Shisen-Sho implementation written using the KDE Platform
- WinShisen, a Shisen-Sho Implementation on Microsoft Windows
- Shisen Sho, an open source version written in Seed7
- Absolute Shisen-Sho 2, a Shisen-Sho Implementation on Mac OS X
- Zen Twins, an implementation on iOS for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch
- uj-Shisen, A cross platform version, free with selections of tiles and backgrounds Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, Linux, OS/2 and Solaris
- Afternoon World Trip includes Shisen Sho for Android (operating system)
- Matching Set, another implementation on iOS for iPhone and iPod touch, but with an Egyptian theme.
- OGS Mahjong, free software implementation includes the basic Shisen-Sho rules and a Shisen-Sho variant with "gravity"; for Linux and Windows
- Take Two, an online Flash implementation, with colored tiles instead of Mahjong tiles and many levels of increasing difficulty
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