SolitaireMahjong Distribution Page

What is it?:
Solitaire Mahjong is a one player version of the classic Eastern tile game, Mahjong. It has all the functionality you expect from a solitaire game. In addition it provides tools such as a layout editor allowing the player to create custom layouts as well as analysis tools to evaluate them. Click here for a screen shot of the game board and here for a screenshot of the layout designer
Legal Notes:
SolitaireMahjong is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
Copyright 2005-2015 Thomas S. Ullrich
Supported Platforms
SolitaireMahjong is currently (version 2.2.4) tested on macOS 10.12, Windows 10, and Linux (Scientific Linux). Binary packages exist for Mac and Windows. Just download the installers below. On Linux you need to build from source code, which is straightforward. Download the tar ball below and follow the instructions in the README file. You will need Qt5 and OpenGL/Mesa installed as well as a C++11 compatible compiler.
 
Version 2.2.4 (October 2017 - Recommended)
Mac OS X (Installer)
Windows (Installer)
Source (Tar ball, to build see README file)
 
Version 2.2.0
Mac OS X (Installer)
Windows (Installer)
Source (Tar ball, to build see README file)
Download more layouts (2.2.0 only)
 
Version 2.1.2
Mac OS X (Installer)
Windows (Installer)
Source (Tar ball, to build see README file)
 
Version 1.3.5
Mac OS X (Installer)
Source (Tar ball - allows to build executable on all platforms)
Linux/X11 and Windows: build from source (see README file)
 
Version 1.3.1
Mac OS X (Installer)
Windows (Installer)
Source (Tar ball - allows to build executable on all platforms)
Linux/X11: build from source (see README file)
 
Last update: September 22, 2017