I like mahjong. It’s amongst favourite timewasters. Windows 7 has a fairly nice one called Mahjong Titans, but Random Factor Mahjong on Android is something else. Unlike other Mahjong games on phones, this one looks fantastic, especially on a tablet like the Motorola Xoom.
It features 3 difficulty levels, auto hints, and if you get stuck you can shuffle the remaining tiles or start over. If you still fail, you can also walk through the solution. It’s got some nice touches like slowly zooming in as you clear tiles near the edge of the screen, as well as multitouch. It automatically saves the game state when you quit, or if your game is interrupted by a phone call.
Its Unique selling point is meant to be that each game is generated completely randomly, which definitely its longevity. It definitely has the addictive factor.
It’s available in Ad Supported and Paid versions. Considering the amount of time you’d spend playing it, the paid version is worth it.