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Posted 4/7/09 , edited 4/7/09
Are you willing to buy the device if they the Mahjong mashing was real?
The automatic, game setting, score keeping, die rolling, and stacking game board that you've just seen on this anime?!

Well that's too bad, you shouldn't really be looking for the things that you seen in tv that may not be even be real. Well check this out.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cRIM56PxKM&feature=related

I suggest that you do it the old fashion way, or else you will never know what to do if the world comes to an end with no electricity.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IY5P5OS6LOs&feature=related

Leave your replay

For me, i really won't. My answer why is above.

Then again, their are more than 300 tiles for the game. I'm not sure though.... just look at the board game.
Posted 4/7/09 , edited 4/7/09
it is real online they sell app: $1000 USD most of the time tho, they are missing parts and not functional so probably not a great idea to get them,
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Posted 4/8/09
The exact model they are showcasing is the Amos Mater, which for Japanese made autodealers, is "cheap", meaning 198 kY. (2000 USD)

There are chinese models that you could probably get around 1000 if you know where to shop, although a lot of places will try to sell for much higher.

IMHO, do not buy an autodealer unless you know you will be playing a lot, and that it can make walls of 17 wide. (Amos Maters have a switch enabling them to distribute 136*, 140, 144*, 108*, 112, 116, 120, 100 or 64 tiles. The three numbers with stars are required setings for any table worth buying.)
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Posted 4/8/09
yeah, i don't really like the fact that this mashing does all the work for itself and could be rather dangerous with children. As i said, my reason already.
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Posted 4/11/09
Well, I ended up buying a go board after watching Hikaru no go...

But I think this would be way to expensive xD
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Posted 4/12/09
Umm it is real and I already have one so yeah I would buy another one
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Posted 4/12/09
cool ^^
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Posted 4/12/09
the thing seems nice to have, but for me it would be a waste of money. I'd be lucky to find three people to play one full round of an east wind game.... (then again, I live in redneck country, so...-_-)
Posted 4/12/09
I'd buy it if it looked as slick as a CG animated one. ^^
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Posted 4/12/09
Me, my cousins, and my friends...in fact my whole family can play mahjhong (chinese style) but mixing the tiles yourself isn't so hard. I can't do it but my aunt can construct her side in seconds......
Posted 4/12/09
yea if it wasnt really expensive
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Posted 4/12/09
T^T so expensive! I would rather make one myself (it wouldn't be to hard IMO but then again I'm good with this stuff!) it would proly not look as perfect but it sure would work!
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Posted 4/13/09
It's bloody expensive knowing that it's rare.
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Posted 4/13/09

BlargTheCat wrote:

It's bloody expensive knowing that it's rare.


It's not rare, it is simply cost alot to make it.
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Posted 4/13/09
There are literally thousands of these autodealers available. And despite what people think, there are autodealers that support both the US versions of Mahjong and the Japanese versions of Mahjong simultaneously. Prices are all over the place, and also dependant on if you want to order a full set of matching furniture to go with it. So anywhere from about $500 to about $50,000 for a set - your pick of plastic, false wood, wood, marble, steel, titanium, gold inlaid wood, etc. etc.

If I had a house with enough room, I would love to have one of those - but then I would need some people to play with me, so it probably wouldnt work out in the end.
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