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[PS5] Pretty Girls Tile Match Review

[PS5] Pretty Girls Tile Match Review
  • On April 13, 2023

Puzzle game Pretty Girls Tile Match from eastasiasoft and ZOO Corporation is ready for you on PlayStation. Learn more in our Pretty Girls Tile Match review!


Puzzle game Pretty Girls Tile Match from eastasiasoft and ZOO Corporation is ready for you on PlayStation. This is not the first single-player mahjong game in the series. Eastasiasoft and ZOO Corporation are on a roll, having released several games in the Pretty Girls series on PlayStation. I previously reviewed Pretty Girls Mahjong Solitaire as well as Bishoujo Battle Mahjong Solitaire, both on PlayStation and now it’s time to see what Pretty Girls Tile Match brings to the table.

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This time around, instead of working on finding pairs of mahjong tiles to remove them from the playing field, you’ll be selecting tiles to match three of the same type to clear them from the screen. You’ll be taking on 120 levels as you get to meet six female characters, earning points so that you can unlock additional outfits to customize their looks in the Dressing Room section of the game. There’s also the option of creating dioramas.


Pretty Girls Tile Match can be played in one of three difficulty settings. When playing in Easy, there is no time limit, and you can use the help function feature as many times as possible. When taking on the game in Normal, there is a time limit to consider and a limit to how many times you can use the help function feature. If you decide to play the game in the Hard difficulty setting, the time limit is shorter, and there are fewer uses for the help function feature. If the time limit is reached, then a tile will be automatically added to your hand at random.

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The gameplay is simple and to the point. You’ll move a cursor with the left analog stick or the D-Pad as you select tiles with the X button to add them to your hand. As you select tiles, they’ll be moved to your hand. Find three pieces of the same type, and they will be erased. You can have up to 7 tiles on your hand at any time. The help function feature gives you access to four different abilities.


You can press the Square button to select Shuffle, which will mix and rearrange all placed tiles, tiles in your hand, and tiles selected as a hold. Undo, which is used with the Triangle button, will put back the tile you’ve just added to your hand, as long as it didn’t trigger a set of tiles to disappear. Move, which is assigned to the L1 button, will eliminate a tile identical to the tile in your hand. Hold, which is used with the R1 button, will keep the leftmost tile in your hand for your next hand.

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Trophy-wise, as has been the case for other games from eastasiasoft and ZOO Corporation, this one has a full trophy list with a platinum trophy for you to add to your collection. And since this one is a Cross-Buy title, you can get a pair of platinum trophies if you own a PlayStation 5 console since you can download the PS4 and PS5 versions of the game at no extra cost. The list includes 5 Silver trophies and 10 Gold trophies. You’ll have to complete stages 3, 6, and 9 for each of the different girls. If you need some extra help, you can check out this Pretty Girls Tile Match Trophy Guide.

If you’ve enjoyed the other Pretty Girls mahjong games, then you’ll enjoy Pretty Girls Tile Match. It takes the usual formula and changes things to have you take on a match-three puzzler. You’ll also have access to four different abilities to customize your experience, along with three different difficulty settings. Pretty Girls Tile Match is available as a Cross-Buy release, so your $5.99 purchase will give you access to both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 versions of the game, with each one having its own trophy list.

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This Pretty Girls Tile Match review is based on a PlayStation 5 copy provided by eastasiasoft.

Review Overview

Tile matching game that changes the formula