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Silly Tale

Based in Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation and founded by Petr Mizerov, Silly Tale Studio is an independent developer of games such as Mahjong Dynasty for iPad and Android and various casino and casual games. A company with over 15 years experience, they make apps and games for a wide range of platforms: iPhone, iPad, and Android. In the beginning, there were Flash games, and Mahjong of course.

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SillyTale MahJong - iPhone

SillyTale MahJong - iPhone

SillyTale Halloween Slots for iPad

SillyTale Halloween Slots for iPad

Silly Tale Studio today introduces SillyTale Halloween Slots for iPad. “Halloween” is a slot machine game. When the game starts you must select an amount of lines. This amount will be displayed on the screen. You can use the bet and the line buttons to adjust your total bet. The “i” button lists the win possibilities and the symbols. Simply press the “SPIN” button to begin the game.


SillyTale MahJong Lite 1.0 for iPhone

SillyTale MahJong Lite 1.0 for iPhone

 

Silly Tale Studio today introduces SillyTale MahJong Lite 1.0 for iPhone, their single-player MahJong, which offers the maximum complexity of the solitaire version of the game. Featuring authentic, 3D, Chinese playing tiles and restful music, the game uses the standard, MahJong set of 144 stones or tiles. The goal is to clear the board by removing all the tiles from one of many layouts, which differ in pattern, size, and height. Tiles can only be removed in matching pairs and must both be "free."


SillyTale MahJong 1.0 for iOS: Stacked Tiles

SillyTale MahJong 1.0 for iOS: Stacked Tiles

Silly Tale Studio today introduces SillyTale MahJong 1.0 for iOS, their single-player MahJong, which offers the maximum complexity of the solitaire version of the game. Featuring authentic, 3D, Chinese playing tiles and restful music, the game uses the standard, MahJong set of 144 stones or tiles. The goal is to clear the board by removing all the tiles from one of many layouts, which differ in pattern, size, and height. Tiles can only be removed in matching pairs and must both be "free."