This brain teasing game will give you tons of fun with special designed levels.
Like many other versions of the game, the principles of Mayan Secret do not stray too far away from the original game but the layout and way the game is played do.
Mayan Secret has been made successful thanks to a game called Shanghai, requiring players to master the art of concentration and strategic thinking in order to remove all the tiles from the board. The aim of this Mayan Solitair is very similar to other versions of Mahjong Solitaire; if you are unfamiliar with the overall objective then it is very simple to understand: clear the layout of tiles by selecting matching pairs of tiles, resulting in a clear board.
Only two tiles can be removed from the board at a time, these tiles must be identically matching. The next part is what makes the game difficult – tiles can only be removed if they connected by a maximum of three lines. Tiles joined by horizontal and vertical lines but not diagonal and lines may cross over an empty border. Every move can affect a future one so it is important to think ahead when selecting your pairs.
The game is over when tiles are left on the board but further moves are not possible.
Challenge every aspect of your brain to be the first one to clear all thousand levels!