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Mahjong Towers Eternity - Free Game
June 4, 2010
12:49 PM
Casey
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Hallmark and Big Fish Games have joined together to give you a free game. This time it is either Mahjong Towers Eternity, Mystic Inn, or Mystery Case Files: Huntsville Detective Training along with a free copy of Big Fish Games Sudoku. To take advantage of this great (and possibly old) offer, go to Big Fish Games, http://www.bigfishgames.com and register an account. Now for the hard part. To get your free game, you have to get a coupon from Hallmark. The website for this coupon is https://store.bigfishgames.com/biz_dev/coupon.php?affiliate=hallmark. All you have to do is enter your email address twice and click the “Submit” button.

 

Now you have to check your e-mail address for an email titled “FREE games from Hallmark and Big Fish Games!” (or something similar). For me, this took a while, (5 to ten minutes). It might be faster or slower for you. After you open the email, you’ll see a section in it that looks like this:

 

Underneath that, you will see the games and their download pages. I have shown the pages below for reference.

 

Mahjong Towers Eternity:

http://www.bigfishgames.com/do…..index.html

 

Mystic Inn:

http://www.bigfishgames.com/do…..index.html

 

Mystery Case Files: Huntsville (TM) Detective Training:

http://www.bigfishgames.com/do…..index.html

 

Since the Sudoku game has just the download link, I will not share it here. You’ll have to get the coupon to do that. Now to get your game click on one of the links. CHOOSE WISELY! You only get one of them free. I chose the Mahjong game since I am a fan of Mahjong. On the left hand side of the screen, you will see the download links for the game. Click on “BUY IT”. It will take you to a store page. You will see a small “Have a coupon?” box. Enter the coupon code you received in the email and click “Apply Code”. You will see the coupon accepted and your total dropped to $0.00.

Click “Continue”

Check to make sure your total is $0.00 and Click “Submit Order”.

BEFORE you click the “Install
Game Now” Button, you need to have the Big Fish Games Game Manager, found at http://downloads.bigfishgames.com/downloads/gamemanager/bfginstaller.exe.
After installing, click the “Install Game Now” button and wait for your game to
download and install through the Game Manager. You will have to enter the email
and password you “purchased” the game with in the Game Manager.

That’s
it! Now you have a fully activated Mahjong Towers Eternity (or something else)
for free!

 

//Edit: I used to have images but it was acting really weird (too long?) and the last couple paragraphs were getting cut off. Also, the spacing was very weird. I hope this looks okay//

June 4, 2010
5:21 PM
Gioneo
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Cry  So many steps… Soo complicated… Cry

 

Anyway thanks for the post Casey Smile.

I enjoy the Mahjong fron Win7. Do you know how it compares to that eternity one?

June 4, 2010
5:57 PM
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I’m with Gioneo on this one. For me, that’s way too many hoops to jump thru for games we can get for free by clicking one button on hundreds of other sites.

Maybe the quality of these games is a lot better than the other free games or maybe there’s something else about these games that make it worth all the extra steps. I’ll never know.

Thanks for posting tho Casey. I’m sure one of these times I’ll be jumping up and down with joy after getting a game for free that you’ve posted about. Smile

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June 4, 2010
6:33 PM
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Wheezer said:

get for free by clicking one button on hundreds of other sites.


 

Or that comes with Ubuntu!

Oh, the site that was :(
June 4, 2010
7:12 PM
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Locutus said:

 

Or that comes with Ubuntu!


 

Windows 7 comes with Mahjong Titans.

 

It’s a nice looking version of the game, but it’s missing one thing that for me is kind of important. That’s the ability to “shuffle” the tiles when you get to where there are no more matches. The game is just over. I loose way too many games this way. Laugh

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June 4, 2010
7:18 PM
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Wheezer said:

Locutus said:

 

Or that comes with Ubuntu!


 

Windows 7 comes with Mahjong Titans.

 

It’s a nice looking version of the game, but it’s missing one thing that for me is kind of important. That’s the ability to “shuffle” the tiles when you get to where there are no more matches. The game is just over. I loose way too many games this way. Laugh


 

Let me check the Ubuntu version… there doesn’t seem to be such a button.

Oh, the site that was :(
June 5, 2010
7:25 AM
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Okay since I can’t explain something in a few words, I’m going to try again. Below is the steps taken in 100 words (according to Word 2010).

 

To get your free Mahjong Towers Eternity, follow these easy steps. First, go to http://www.bigfishgames.com and register an account. Next, go to https://store.bigfishgames.com/biz_dev/coupon.php?affiliate=hallmark and complete the form. Open the email that they sent to you and copy the Coupon Code. Click on the link of the game you want to get (you can get only one for free). After loading the page click the “Buy Now” button and paste the Coupon Code into the box labeled, “Have a coupon code?” After it is accepted, click “Continue” and then “Submit Order” on the next screen. Click “Install Game Now”. That’s it!

June 5, 2010
9:19 AM
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Casey: Sorry if I came across wrong, but word count in your original post isn’t the issue I have.

For me, that’s just too much bs to get a mahjong game. I’ll gladly take that many steps for a good Paragon or other such developer’s premium software to make my computer work better or to protect it, or for a software that is available from only one developer. But not a mahjong game that can be gotten anywhere with the click of one button, no registering an email address or any of that other junk.

Here’s an example of what I’m talking about: You can get a great remake of Donkey Kong by going to Reto Remakes at: http://retroremakes.com/forum/index.php/topic,1736.0.html

Click the local link in the post or you can use the Rapidshare link provided to download the game.

Unzip the downloaded file and click on the .exe file.

That’s it, enjoy the game.

See what I mean? No registration or messing around with emails. You go to the site, download, unzip the file, and play the game. In the case of the Donkey Kong remake, you don’t even install the game.

Quick and easy. Donkey Kong wouldn’t be on my computer if I’d had to register and do the email junk. It isn’t worth it.

 

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June 5, 2010
10:38 AM
Casey
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The good thing about this is:

You don’t have to get a Mahjong Game

You can get any of the other games offered or nothing at all. If you are a huge Mahjong fan you would probably do anything to get your hands on every commercial game without paying anything. If not, you can just skip it. I’m just posting this for people to look into and if they like it, great. If not, maybe next time.

June 5, 2010
4:47 PM
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@ Casey

Registered at bigfish and got email from them.

Registered for Hallmark coupon but never got an email with coupon code?

Debating rather to try that part again?

It has been over 3 hours since I tried first time.

Thanks for the infi and links:

Smile

June 6, 2010
3:58 AM
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Hmmm… That’s a problem. I would retry it with the same email and see if an error message comes up that you already registered. If you find this message, there’s a good chance that it was sent and is just really slow. Also, you could check your spam folder because Thunderbird, my email program, said that it might be a scam (It’s not, BTW). If none of that works, I would just re-register with a different email address.

June 6, 2010
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@Casey:

I tried again yesterday and it did say I had already fill out a form.

Nothing showing up in spam or junk mail either.

I am not sure I can create another email account. At least on how to do it. Confused

I tried to use Trashmail once but could never get it working. Frown

Got to be pretty easy for me to figure it out.

I don’t know what is going on? Maybe problems with att.net or Outlook email reader.

Email seems to be ok on most stuff. This is only about the 3rd time I have not got email back on some offer. Had a problem getting Reg. code on a giveaway. Person said it wasn’t coming thru because of being on at&t blacklist. Also never got email response from Download Junkie giveaway about a week ago. And now this.

Guess you can’t win them all! Laugh

Thanks anyway

 

June 6, 2010
7:36 AM
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If you need a good email (free) use Gmail. I have never ever really experienced problems with them and there’s only text ads which don’t get in your way. Sorry I couldn’t help.Frown

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