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Q: Downloading an old version of the game Taipei onto a new computer Windows XP ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Downloading an old version of the game Taipei onto a new computer Windows XP
Category: Arts and Entertainment
Asked by: shermie-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 06 Feb 2004 20:46 PST
Expires: 07 Mar 2004 20:46 PST
Question ID: 304358
I loved an old version of (cube format) Taipei I had on Windows 95 and
98- That computer "died" and I now have Windows XP but I long for the
OLD version of "Taipei" and did not "save" it and now cannot ifnd one
to "download" online- they're all too new and HUGE and fancy!!
Subject: Re: Downloading an old version of the game Taipei onto a new computer Windows XP
Answered By: livioflores-ga on 06 Feb 2004 21:41 PST
Hi shermie!!

I think that I found what are you looking for!!

At the "Solitaire MahJongg" site, at the "Freeware" page I found the following:
"Taipei 3.10: 
Simple version made by David Norris (Microsoft) in 1990. 7 different
layouts and Hint option. Rated only 2/10 at This is the
last freeware version. v.4.0 of this game was in Microsoft
Entertainment Pack."
Here are the links:

"Solitaire MahJongg" site:
-A guide to the world of the computer tile-matching solitaire mahjongg game-

Download link: 

"Freeware" page:
'Here are listed every freeware and open source (and some abandonware)
solitaire mahjongg there exists...Due to lack of server space, I can
not offer all files for download. Please visit the games' homepage to
download... '

"Rules" page:
- The rules of the computer tile-matching solitaire mahjongg game -

Search strategy
taipei abandonware

I hope this helps you. If the links does not work properly or you find
something wrong please let me know via the clarification feature. I
will glad to respond your requests.

Best regards.
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