Dragon Scales is an attractive puzzle challenge in the mah-jongg style. A pile of colorful animated dragon scales is poured out on the board. Remove the scales in sets of the same shape and color--but a scale cannot be removed if any other scale overlaps it. The game has a full complement of undo, autosolve, and hint features. Play windowed or full-screen. The full version can create unlimited new games, and you can define custom rules for a perpetual challenge, as hard or easy as you like.
Features:include extra colors and shapes, and an option to remove scales instantly.
What's new in this version:
- More colours and shapes, various gameplay enhancements
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