Gambler Jiko Chuushinha: Ippatsu Shoubu!
The final game in Game Arts's Gamber Jiko Chuushinha series of mahjong games based on the manga of the same name. It features a free-play mode with a total of 53 unique opponents, as well as a mahjong quiz mode.
Gambler Jiko Chuushinha
A Mahjong game based on a manga license, published by Asmik for the NES and MSX in Japan only.
Gambler Jiko Chuushinha 2: Gekitou! Tokyo Mahjong Land Hen
Masayuki Katayama's mahjong-playing manga characters return in this Mega CD outing published by Lunar's Game Arts.
A 16-bit adapation of the Merv Griffin general knowledge quiz show Jeopardy! for the SNES and Sega Genesis. While Rare made the original NES adaptation, this Jeopardy! was developed by Park Place Productions (Genesis) and Imagineering (SNES).
Ide Yosuke Meijin no Jissen Mahjong II
A sequel to a 1987 mahjong game endorsed by Ide Yosuke. Like its predecessor, it makes use of a special mahjong game controller.
Ide Yosuke Meijin no Shin Jissen Mahjong
A four-player mahjong game by Capcom, featuring a colorful cast of characters drawn in Capcom's CG style. It is a sequel to Capcom's earlier Famicom mahjong games.
Ide Yosuke no Mahjong Kazoku
A riichi mahjong game for the PS1 that is endorsed by professional mahjong player Ide Yosuke. It puts players in casual four-player games with a polygonal mahjong-loving family.
Ryu: Naki no Ryuu Yori
A riichi mahjong game based on the crime-themed mahjong manga Mahjong Hishouden: Naki no Ryuu.
Cheggers Party Quiz
Get the family together and take part in Cheggers Party Quiz, loaded with thousands of questions on entertainment subjects.
Mahjong Gokuu Tenjiku
Mahjong game developed by Chat Noir in 1994. It is themed around the Chinese novel Journey to the West and was released on multiple systems.
Azumanga Donjyara Daioh
A digital tile game combining Bandai's simplified mahjong game Donjara with the comedy manga series Azumanga Daioh.
An adaptation of Tomy's board game of the same name, itself a simplified family-friendly version of riichi mahjong.
Moeru Mahjong: Moe-Jong!
A riichi mahjong game for the PSP, featuring a bunch of moe girls voiced by the massive all-girl J-pop idol group AKB48.
Saki Achiga-hen episode of Side-A Portable
A sequel to the PSP riichi mahjong game Saki Portable, based on the original manga's spin-off series.
The third entry in the Saki series of portable mahjong games, this time focused on the series's third anime (sometimes known as Saki: The Nationals).
A riichi mahjong game based on the Three Kingdoms period of ancient China, with a game engine and "battle royale" mode based on those from the Mahjong Haoh series.
Mahjong Haoh: Dan-kyuu Battle 3
The final installment of the Mahjong Haoh series and the only one on the PS3.
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Jan
A spin-off of the Higurashi: When They Cry horror-themed visual novel series, focused on playing one-on-one matches of riichi mahjong against the girls of Hinamizawa.
Saibara Rieko no Dendou Mahjong
A comedic handheld riichi mahjong game with cartoony characters drawn by manga artist Rieko Saibara.
Janpai Yuugi '99: Tanuki no Kawazan'you
A comedic riichi mahjong game with cartoony characters drawn by manga artist Rieko Saibara.
Mahjong Toriatama Kikou
The sequel to the comedic riichi mahjong game Janpai Yuuki '99. Also known as Saibara Rieko no Mahjong Toriatama Kikou, and features more cartoony characters drawn by manga artist Rieko Saibara.
Honkaku Yo-nin Uchi Mahjong: Mahjong Ou
A four-player riichi mahjong arcade game by Warashi and Mahjong Kobo.
Honkaku Yo-nin Uchi Pro Mahjong: Mahjong Ou Portable
The PSP sequel to the arcade and PS1 riichi mahjong game Mahjong Ou.
The third and final installment of the Hai-Shin trilogy of riichi mahjong games. Along with moving up to the PS2, this sequel features a game mode where you tour Japan, earn money in tournaments, and collect ekiben.
Mahjong Senjutsu: Andou Mitsuru Pro no Akuukansappou
A riichi mahjong game for the PS1, endorsed by professional mahjong player Mitsuru Andō and featuring numerous training tools based on his style of mahjong.
A spin-off of the handheld riichi mahjong game Mahjong Ou, featuring an all-female roster.