Lebanon, Tennessee (PressExposure) October 07, 2013 -- Tournament Games Inc announced the release of their newest mobile game, Fast Match Mahjong [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.TournamentGames.Fastmatch] into the realm of mobile games. Available as a free downloadable app in the Android App Store, the software is compatible with all Android mobile devices 2.2 and higher. The fast paced, strategy game blends player vs. player competition with the classic game of Mahjong almost seamlessly.
During the game, the player attempts to match and remove the tiles from the playing field as quickly as possible. The faster a player removes each match, the higher their resulting score at the end of the round. The game features over 100 different tile patterns, various background designs, and multiple tile themes to ensure a different and unique game experience during each and every round of the game. Players can enter in competitions that range from easy to expert based on their personal preference. For beginners, there are helpful features such as visual cue hints and an option to reshuffle the tiles during game play. Multiple navigational features allow the player to zoom in and out and move about while searching for the matching tiles. This high speed, competitive version of Mahjong adds an exciting and addicting element in this modernized version of the classic game.
Fast Match Mahjong is the first game that is being released for the TournamentGames.com Browser App [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tournamentgames.browser]. The Browser software allows for multiple games to be accessible through a single mobile application. Soon, mobile gamers will be able to compete in other other classic games such as Klondike Solitaire and Pool Tournaments, as new games arrive to the mobile browser.
The TournamentGames.com Browser App is designed so that each game can be installed individually. This innovation allows players to access the games from one central location, while at the same time conserving memory by giving the player the option to only install their games of choice. Eric Johnson, the company's lead developer, stated, "We feel this is just a step to keep up with today's mobile society. There will always be changes in the works and improvements to be made in order to improve the gaming experience of our players." With the launch of their newest developments, Tournament Games has officially brought the world of online competitive gaming to the mobile world.