Have you ever seen a fish called halibut? This marine inhabitant reaches gigantic proportions. This fish lives in the northern seas. A known case of a giant weighing 515 pounds (233 kg) was captured! The size of this halibut was impressive-8.6 feet (262 cm). And after all, he was caught spinning, an amateur angler (not with nets and not a tradesman)! The catch of large halibut is rare, although smaller halibut species are regularly hooked by fishermen off the coast of Norway and Alaska.

Here is mahjong, the disassembly of which among fans of this game, may well be compared with fishing out a large halibut. Judge for yourself, the layout of this mahjong solitaire involves 246 knuckles! The structure has 7 tiers. This means that the dice are stacked in 7 floors! Of course, the upper tier consists of only 2 tiles, however, this number of storeys is impressive.

Mahjong disassembly is performed in stages. From the construction, the bones are pulled out in pairs of identical ones. If the tiles have exactly the same images, they are considered identical. However, to pick up a pair of dice from mahjong, it is necessary that they are not only the same, but also that each of them is opened. A chip that has no neighbors on top or at least one of the long sides is considered open. If the die is clamped between others and / or covered by another chip on top, then you can not take it.

The player's task in both Halibut mahjong and any other game is to completely dismantle the structure, that is, to remove every single knuckle from the game table. By the way, an additional incentive in this game is a picture placed on the game table. It shows a large halibut on a stretched fishing line. Take apart mahjong and see it!

A game without time. Take your time! If something goes wrong, and in a game with such a large number of dice, it is very likely, do not worry, you have reliable assistants: the Cancel move and Shufflebuttons. Although the program will fine you for one minute of time for mixing, this is not a big deal, because time does not affect anything here! The average time for disassembling Halibut, according to statistics, is 20-30 minutes.

Well, let yourself relax! Have a nice game!

You can play the game MAHJONG HALIBUT online 24 hours a day for free. It is no need to download and install it on your computer, and it is also not required you to be the registered user. Just ckick and enjoy. See also a set of related games below on that you might be interested to look.