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OpenRiichi

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OpenRiichi
OpenRiichi intro
Developer(s)OpenRiichi Team
Initial release-
Stable release
v0.1.3.2 / 1 April 2018; 13 months ago (2018-04-01)[1]
Repositoryhttps://github.com/FluffyStuff/OpenRiichi
Written inVala
Engine
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Operating systemUnix-like, Windows, more
Available in1 languages
List of languages
en-US
TypeTurn-based strategy video games
LicenseOpenRiichi; GNU GPLv3
Website{{#property:P856}}

OpenRiichi is an open source Japanese Mahjong (Riichi) videogame written in the Vala programming language. The client is cross platform, with builds for Windows, Linux, and MacOS. The game is fully playable despite being considered as "very much alpha" by its developers.

OpenRiichi can be played against bots or against real players online. It features two styles of tilesets and it's development takes places on the platform GitHub.

OpenRiichi game

See also[edit]


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  1. "github.com". Project news. Retrieved 16 September 2017.


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