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The title says it all.

Obviously, more features, etc. would be better (although classic tiles are all that is required), but I will accept anything that does not require downloading it from the MS app store

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    @EricS - Probably. I would recommend that the querent also search the bingleduck for "Shanghai game", as several mahjong solitaires are sold under that name. – Jeff Zeitlin Nov 14 '20 at 15:35
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    @JeffZeitlin You'll have to tell us, what's a bingleduck? Regardless of the meaning, I love the word. ;) – RockPaperLz- Mask it or Casket Nov 14 '20 at 21:05
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    @RockPaperLz-MaskitorCasket - "bingleduck" - portmanteau of "BING, gooGLe, DUCKduckgo"; intended usage as a somewhat nonbiased term for search engine, generically. Coined to avoid comments like "I hate Google" in response to suggestions like "Did you google it?". – Jeff Zeitlin Nov 15 '20 at 15:56
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    @JeffZeitlin Now I love the word even more! Well done! :) – RockPaperLz- Mask it or Casket Nov 15 '20 at 22:44
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Easy answer PySol-FC (python solitaire fan club edition) which:

  • Is free, gratis & Open Source definitely not Microsoft
  • Is available for most common platforms including Windows, Linux & OS-X
  • By default contains 200 Mahjongg layouts as a part of the total 1069 solitaire variants
  • Multiple card sets included by default and additional ones available or you can make your own.
  • There are installers for Windows >XP(sp3) and for Android (on F-driod) or it can be run from source. More information here.

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    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha !! I should have known that you would find a way to involve Python :-) Anyone reading this, do not worry, you don't have to install Python, it is compiled into a Windows executable and has an incredible number of solitaire type games, not just Mah Jong. Highly recommended ! – Mawg says reinstate Monica Nov 15 '20 at 13:38
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    Of course Mawg! No you don't have to install Python on Windows or even on most a Linux machines (pysolfc or pysol-fc) is available as a package for most distributions. Even runs nicely on a Raspberry Pi. – Steve Barnes Nov 15 '20 at 13:43

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