Super Real Mahjong PV for Switch launches March 14 in Japan

The strip mahjong game returns.

Super Real Mahjong PV

Strip mahjong game Super Real Mahjong PV will launch for Switch via the Nintendo eShop on March 14 in Japan for 1,980 yen, developer MightyCraft announced. It will only support the Japanese language.

Here is an overview of the game, via the Nintendo eShop:

25 years after its initial release, Super Real Mahjong PV debuts on Switch. The alluring girls that made your heart throb back then have returned!

Compete against the game’s heroines in familiar two-person mahjong! If you win, the heroines will—


Mizuki Toono, Aya Fujiwara, and Akira Hayasaka are classmates at Tsukinami Gakuen. While their personalities are truly unique from one another, they all share a love for mahjong. The year they enrolled at the academy, the three formed the Mahjong Association, but it is still not recognized as an official club. They attacked the staff rooms many times over in attempt to get the unofficial association recognized as a club, but were unsuccessful…

From there, the girls toughened up and initiated an operation to increase its member count. The qualifications for joining the club are to take down the three girls in mahjong. And the new member candidate is you! Of course, there is no Mahjong Association club room, so…

Each girl will invite you to their house, where your mahjong skills will be put to the test.

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