Mine Field Game “17 Steps” (地雷ゲーム「17歩) is a variation of Japanese Mahjong where the game is played by two players who make their best hand from a random draw of 34 tiles.
Players do not draw a tile as usual, but instead take turns discarding leftover tiles from the 34 tiles used to build their hands. Because no tiles are drawn, a hand can only be won by declaring ron on a winning tile discarded by the opponent. A winning hand must reach mangan or higher in order to be valid.
If neither player achieves ron after 17 turns, the game becomes a draw, the tiles are reshuffled, and the current wager is doubled.
|Part 1||Restricted Rock, Paper, Scissors • Steel Frame Crossing • E-Card • Tissue Box Raffle|
|Part 2||Underground Chinchiro • The Bog|
|Part 3||Minefield Mahjong|
|Part 4||The Sword is Mightier than Love • Salvation Game|
|Part 5||One Poker|
|Other||Human Mahjong • The Princess and the Slave|