Toaplan's first and last strip mahjong game! The three sisters that serve as the main characters in this rare title feature a strong following, and have earned the game many devoted fans.
Controls & How to Play
After pressing the start button, you can select your favorite of the three sisters to play against.
The game is played using "Ari-Ari" rules.
Each player has a starting score of zero, and when you win a hand, the girl will remove one piece of clothing.
The game is over if the girl wins the hand and you lose all of your points.
The game will also end if a ryuukoku (exhaustive draw) is made.
There are points for an exhaustive draw, and if you have a tenpai (one tile away from completion), you can choose to play a "Haitei" (last draw) game or a "Yakyūken" (baseball fist) game.
In a Haitei game, you predict which one of five tiles will complete the winning hand.
If you choose the winning tile, it becomes a Haitei-tsumo (win on the last tile), and the game will continue.
If you do not choose the winning tile, the game will end.
In a Yakyūken game, you play rock-paper-scissors against the computer.
You choose between rock, paper, or scissors, and if you beat the computer, the girl will remove one piece of clothing and the game will continue.
The game will end if you lose the game of rock-paper-scissors.
It was probably quite the surprise to shooting fans everywhere when they saw that Toaplan also made a mahjong game. Although it was Toaplan's first and only entry in the genre, the game still managed to attract numerous fans. The three sisters in the game were especially popular, and it is said that players were drawn to their more anime-like feel rather than the more realistic looking characters in games from other companies. It wasn't really all that surprising though. If you have points and get a tenpai from an exhaustive draw, you can choose to play a "Haitei" game or a "Yakyūken" game. Winning the Yakyūken during the tenpai lets you get a further glimpse at the girl's racy image. With the girls having more than 15 different responses, you'll definitely want to keep playing in order to hear them all.