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This question has been closed by the author.Anyone else having an issue in Mahjong Escape?

I can’t tell if it is my mouse or a Mahjong Escape bug. Sometimes, on Japan #5, when I click on a pair of tiles, the 3rd matching tile will drop also, leaving the 4th orphaned. If I click UNDO, the magnet power-up shows in the area underneath where the matching tiles are placed (if that makes any sense). I have no recourse but to restart the game. The fact that it occurs in both IE and Chrome and it is occurring more frequently, leads me to believe it is my mouse dying a slow death. But I gotta ask, anyone else having this issue?

    Answer from MomsBassetHound
    posted 4 months ago

    I’ve read about that problem in the forums. Try keeping your cursor away from the area where the power ups are. That’s the only solution I’ve read.

    Good Luck!

    Answer from HOCK9952
    posted 4 months ago

    Yes, that happened to me a few times lately. One time, when I went back into Pogo, it still had that page up that had been missing 1 of the matching tiles. However, when I looked at the board now, that missing tile was back! So, I ended up winning that game after all upon matching the delayed pieces. LOL

    My hand has been really shaky lately so it’s very possible that I’ve been too close to the power-ups. I’ll try to be more observant. Whenever I begin struggling in ME, I just leave & go to a different game & usually switch browsers. ME is already my nemesis so I don’t require extra frustration! LOL

    Answer from verobunzer
    posted 4 months ago

    Thanks for the info, Moms and Hock! I’m glad I don’t have to buy another mouse. I am fond of this one. LOL

    Answer from HOCK9952
    posted 4 months ago

    For me, Firefox worked better with ME than Google Chrome or Edge. I’d lalso read not to do all 4 matches of same tiles in sequence but when I tested that theory, it didn’t help me. I switched to FF & then started winning my games with 3 stars. Go figure! LOL

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