Fruit Mahjong

Fruit Mahjong

Play timed Mahjong with fruit tiles. The traditional tiles and symbols have been replaced with beautiful images of fruit. Your objective is to groups all fruits into sets. Select two identical tiles to remove them.
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Fruit Mahjong
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