Here’s the rules of tile-matching game, known as Mahjong Solitaire.
Tiles are stack randomly into a pyramid shape or a turtle shape (actually, any shape structure you like is fine). In classic solitaire game, played without computer, locked tiles are turned face-down (you turn them face-up only when they become unblocked). In most computer games all the tiles are turned face-up from the beginning.
There are four of each tile, which can be removed as two matching pairs. The object is to remove all the tiles from the layout, one pair at a time. To remove a pair, the tiles must both match and be “free” at the same time. A tile is considered free if no other tile is on top of it and if it can slide out to the left, to the right, or in both directions. If a tile can only slide toward the top or the bottom of the layout, it is not free to be removed.
You simple have to choose with the cursor two matching tiles on the board. Selected tiles will be removed.
Remember that you can combine any flowers and also you can combine any seasons.
Game is over, when you have removed all tiles from the board, or if you do not have two free same tiles to remove.