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The new score system has been finalised. In the next version of Mahjong In Poculis, you'll be able to compare your performance on each layout with the other worldwide ones. Thus you'll know which levels to replay to increase your worldwide ranking.

Keep enjoying Mahjong In Poculis

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The end of year is coming and we are unfortunately behind schedule. You will have to wait for the first half of 2013 to be able to play the next version of Mahjong In Poculis.
Thanks to all of you who support us while we are building the new basis of the software. This new basis will allow us a lot of crazy things, including network gaming!
Happy holidays to all and a good start for next year!

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Today, the 10 of august 2012, we have received an email from a player asking us some explanations about the noise coming from his notebook's fan. The explanation was simple: the game took all the CPU it could, showing 200 frames per second if it could. However, going over 60 frames per second is nearly useless.
So we have temporarily stopped the next big version development to correct this battery burner behavior: Mahjong In Poculis 4.55 has been released to make your fan and battery happier :)

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For the next version of Mahjong In Poculis, all that is possible to be optimized is optimized. Results are beyond our expectations: an Intel Core i5 gives 2000 frames per seconds and an iPad gives 350 frames per second.

As the game will be distributed to run at 60 frames per second, your processor will be used only a little and your battery won't suffer from running the game. The other good point it that we will reach our goal which is to make the game run on the low cost tablets on the market.

Have a nice day !

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We are late july and I'm always working with Madeline to make your next Mahjong game to work on iPad, Android, iPhone and so on. We are working well and won't tell you about new features to make you the surprise :)

Have a sun bath for us and don't hesitate to send us a postal card if you think about it, we cling them onto our working room walls !